Did you know that the number of wedding budgets that were over a million dollars doubled between 2011 and 2012? Although most people will spend less than that on their wedding, there’s sometimes a thin line between budget smart, and disaster. For example, The Huffington Post just had an article up about wedding disasters to learn from. One woman met a new baker who would provide cakes for about half the cost of everyone else. She put $200 down, only to discover that the vendor had disappeared when it came time to finalize the cake. To avoid this kind of mistake at your wedding, here are three tips for getting the most without spending money on a fraud.
1. Find Great Companies to Work With
The mistake the above woman made was not calling around for references or choosing a business that