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We've learned a thing or two in our many years as wedding planners and event coordinators. Here are a few expenses most brides forget to include in their budgets when deciding on wedding prices in NJ.
Chances are pretty good you set some money aside for your hair styling and your makeup. However, you may need more than one beauty treatment or trial before you are comfortable and happy with the way you look. Do you have enough money set aside for extra beauty treatments such as getting your nails done or getting a tan?
Your Bachelorette Party
Even if you have money set aside for your bachelorette party, set aside some more. Bachelorette parties seem to get bigger and more expensive every year. More groups like planning big weekend getaways such as going to Vegas with the girls. While the maid of honor and bridesmaids are supposed to pay for the party, you may have to chip in.
With so much going on, the marriage license is one aspect of wedding prices in NJ a lot of people do not think about. Depending on where you live, this license will cost you between $20 and $100. This is something you will usually pay for before the wedding. Keep in mind, you do not get a copy of your license just because you filed it and got married, you have to pay for a copy of the license too.
Do not forget about the stamps you are going to need for the invitations, save-the-date cards, RSVP cards, and thank you notes. Chances are pretty good you are going to go through a lot of postage before the wedding is over.
Even if you think you have every possible aspect of your wedding planned out, it is a good idea to have some emergency money set aside for unexpected expenses. If you end up not needing or using the money, you can just enjoy spending the money on something fun with your new husband.