$10,000: It’s The Brass Ring Of Budget Weddings. And when the average wedding in the U.S. is topping $25,000, less than half that can seem a really tough pull.
I'm Liz Coopersmith, and I'm the owner of Silver Charm Events, and a blogger for The Broke-Ass Bride and Huffington Post Weddings. I was a 10k bride myself, and every day I help my couples create wonderful weddings, no matter how much or how little they have to spend. And that's why I created The 10K Wedding Workshop. This is a nationwide program for couples whose budgets are far below the national average, from a few hundred dollars to $15,000.
I'm on a mission: Everyone should have the wedding they want. And I know how to help you have a beautiful wedding on a not-so-cute budget. I’ve been there, and starting April 26th, I’m going to give you a guided tour:
- What does a 10,000 budget look like, and where are you going to spend the most money?
- What's the easiest way to spend less money on food and catering?
- What can you do if you've already gone over budget?
- What are the questions you need to ask your vendors to get the savings and the service that you need?
- How do you pull off an inexpensive wedding without it looking cheap?
The Workshop is broken down into two online presentations, and two phone Q&A sessions, where I will answer any questions you have about your particular wedding challenges. And, each Q&A will be recorded and posted online for you to download and review later.
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The 10k Wedding Workshop will save you hundreds of dollars as I show you how to stay on budget. It will also save you the time it takes to run around finding all the wrong answers before you discover the right ones, and the stress that goes along with that.
This is exactly what you need! Sign up today at The 10k Wedding Workshop and get a $10 off on your registration by using the code 10Kten at checkout!