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  • 1. Setting A LDS Wedding Budget Is An Important Step For TheMormon Bride And Groom!LDS wedding budget ideas and hints for the Mormon bride and groom!Now that youre engaged, youve probably got a flurry of plans racing through your head. A LDSwedding requires purchasing big-ticket items like modest wedding dresses all the way down to smalldetails like the LDS wedding reception table centerpieces. With so many things all clamoring for yourhard-earned money, its easy to quickly get in over your head and spend way more than you canafford. A detailed LDS wedding budget helps couples planning their big day to keep things realisticand affordable, yet amazingly wonderful and special (yet inexpensive wedding).The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Prophets and Apostles have long encouragedLatter-day Saints (Mormons) to live within their means and to stay out of debt:• President Gordon B. Hinckley: "Look to the condition of your finances. I urge you to be modest inyour expenditures; discipline yourselves in your purchases to avoid debt to the extent possible"(General Conference, October 1998.)• Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin: "Remember this: debt is a form of bondage. It is a financial termite... Somedebt-such as for a modest home, expenses for education, perhaps for a needed first car-may benecessary. But never should we enter into financial bondage through consumer debt without carefullyweighing the costs" ("Earthly Debts, Heavenly Debts," Ensign, May 2004.)The cost of weddings is high, sometimes astronomically high. LDS, or Mormon, Brides often feelpressured to have a fairytale wedding at all costs, but the reality is that most people cant affordeverything they want. The solution to planning an LDS wedding on a finite amount of money iscreating a wedding day budget. Brides might hate the idea of budgeting for their wedding, but it reallydoes allow them to control their spending - instead of the other way around. If the brides or groomsfamily is helping out with wedding expenses, a budget is even more crucial because it keepseveryone on the same page.Before planning any aspect of an LDS wedding and their wedding reception, its a good idea to createa wedding day budget. The Mormon couples who are not very familiar with typical costs for weddingservices might want to do some cursory research on the Internet to get a feel for what price range isnormal for wedding flowers, wedding table decorations, wedding invitations, wedding photographers,wedding videographers, wedding cakes, and bridal gowns (especially modest wedding dresses).You will need to have a comprehensively lists with all the potential expenses of wedding planningalong with their average costs, which will make it easier for LDS brides and grooms to see what theirdream wedding will mean in terms of dollars. You should also groups the items by category to makethem easier to manage, from the your wedding invitations to the honeymoon.Nobody likes to set limits on the wedding of their dreams, especially the Mormon couple doing anLDS Temple Wedding (or Mormon Temple Sealing) "for time and all eternity." Have a beautiful andwonderful wedding day is important! But in order to stay within your means and avoid the anxiety thatcomes from taking on too much debt in the early years of a marriage, the bottom line is that you need
  • 2. to set (and keep) a wedding day budget. A budget helps you to prioritize your wants, know what coststo expect, and see what the entire wedding is going to cost. It keeps you from spending more thanyou thought you would and gives you peace of mind when planning your LDS wedding.Copyright © 2010 Celestial Publishing (WeddingLDS).All rights reservedPerth Wedding Photographer