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Enjoy the wedding of your dreams without spending a fortune

Statistics suggest that the average wedding in the UK now costs around £18,000. Whether you've been a couple for ages and already own a house and have children, or if you're just starting out on your life together, such a figure can seem a very daunting prospect for many people in the UK today. However, you don't need to spend a fortune to enjoy the wedding of your dreams.

Firstly, have a think about venues. While smart hotels and posh country houses can seem tempting, you can often hire a local church hall or community centre for a fraction of the price and decorate it yourself to make it into the venue you've always wanted. Getting friends and family on board to help with homemade decorations, borrowing furniture and designing your own invitations are all ways to save money while still enjoying a really special day. You can also make big savings on your wedding dress and suits by shopping online, or looking in second hand shops that specialise in formal wear.

For evening celebrations, why not organise your own food and entertainment to save even more money on your big day? Your wedding is the biggest day of your life, and once you start asking around you will be sure to find plenty of good cooks, musicians and DJs happy to volunteer their time and skills to make it a day to remember.

Finally, a great way to save money on your wedding car is to check out a hire site like With a great selection of classic and contemporary wedding cars available to hire, you'll find some fantastic deals on the vehicle of your dreams so you can arrive in style without breaking the bank.

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