This is just a random ramble about stuff going on to do with the wedding.
January/Feb stuff has been sorted and will be done middle of February. I need extra hands in Bradford for a mini period of time for help with the making of invitations and other things like favour bags etc but keep a check on your Facebook for that invite!
The big spends for Jan wage and February month are:
Reception Tables (depending on whether I like rectangular tables or not)
Sounds good to me. Check check check check. Or rather cheque cheque cheque cheque. *sigh*
For those marriage hopefuls who are on a budget and are paying for the wedding themselves the best and first thing you should do is sit down and decide on an actual monetary and realistic budget. Don't say you're going to make it a £10,000 budget if really you can only afford half that. Write down the list of things you need to buy and when you need to buy them and roughly how much they are going to be (Tip: Websites are really good for this type of thing because they really do give you a ball point general figure of what you should be going for per guest on invites/food etc.).
Writing down when you're going to buy things gives you a focus for the month and a tick list to make sure you can afford something. Getting freebies from other people also helps too because that way it keeps your costs down and ASK people if they know of places that sell/hire things for cheap. I found out the other day that Otley Waitrose does free glass hire with a cheap deposit (only if you break something). So we'll be taking advantage of that!
I told you this was a proper wedding ramble. Its only because I don't have anything proper to focus on until I get paid!
P.S. It's my Birthday on Monday.
111 days until the Wedding!