Everything is so expensive nowadays — like really, really, really expensive. Like, astronomically expensive. Like, so expensive you wish your turn up game wasn’t so strong last weekend (turn down for what — your finances, duh). Like, so expensive you have decide between buying a six pack of avocados and putting gas in your car. Like, so expensive you want to cry. Like, so expensive your student loan company practically owns your life for the next five decades. Like, so expensive that your debit card is beginning to feel like a gift card — you’re not sure how much is on it, but hey, give it a try anyway. Whatever the case may be, the point remains that modern day life is really expensive.
And one of the most expensive aspects of modern day life is pulling of a wedding ceremony and reception. Even reading that last sentence can make you cringe in understanding and maybe even regret. From finding the right rock, to buying the perfect dress and having it tailored, to putting down a huge deposit for the best venue, to hair, make up, the tuxedo and everything and anything in between, it’s easy to see how and why weddings are so expensive and financially draining. According to recent wedding statistics, the average cost of a wedding in the United States sits pretty at a cool $26,444. But brides and grooms to be typically spend anywhere between $19,833 and $33,055! Keep in mind that these figures do not include the cost of a honeymoon.
The financial stress that comes with planning a wedding as well as the financial stress that can occur afterward once reality sets in can be extremely trying and difficult for a newly wedded couple. In fact, it can be downright depressing! As such, it’s important for brides and grooms to find ways to budget and reduce the cost of their nuptials in order to avoid any unnecessary financial stress and strife. After all, what’s the point of celebrating the union of two people only for occasion to be a stressful and draining experience? Always remember that there is no monetary value on love, and the amount of money you spend on a wedding has nothing to do with the amount of love between you and your partner.
How couples can save
Who says brides and grooms to be can throw a fabulous wedding ceremony and reception and still be frugal? There are plenty of ways that couples can save money on their wedding costs, from foregoing the diamond ring, to cooking instead of using a cater, to renting a wedding dress, and more. But perhaps one of the easiest — and most elegant — ways to save money on throwing an amazing wedding ceremony and reception is to take advantage of specialty linens.
Specialty linens such as wedding tablecloth rentals, chair cover rentals for an event such as a wedding, and other kinds of fabric rentals for weddings are super affordable way to decorate and enhance the beauty of any kind of venue without breaking the piggy bank or compromising on elegance, taste, style, or beauty. Specialty linens can be used in a variety of different ways to spruce up a venue — even if it’s just your mom’s backyard — to give off a luxurious or expensive feel without the hassle or stress of all that expense.
Other benefits of specialty linen rentals
Aside from being extremely cost effective, specialty linen rentals are also versatile in terms of texture, color, style, shape, length, and feel. This means that regardless of the venue or the budget of the bride and groom to be, there are linens available to fit within their needs. Money need not be a concern when it comes to creating a theme with specialty linens. They’re also a great way to transform ordinary folding chairs and tables into designer inspired centerpieces.
Last but not least, linen rentals are sustainable. Unlike paper, linen is washable and decreases the need for trees to be cut down.
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