I am trying to cut what I can. I don't want to be married just at a courthouse, but I don't need a lavish wedding either. Just a small gathering with friends and family-maybe 50-75 people. What stuff can be cut?Answer Question
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Answer by peacefulkids at 10:04 PM on Jul. 6, 2008
Lots of great ideas from the previous posters, so I'll try not to repeat anything that was already said...
Here's a tip to save LOTS of $$ on the cake. Most professional cake designers have a fake decorated cake to use as a prop. Only one layer is actually real cake, for the bride and groom to actually cut into and serve each other. The guests are served a sheet cake, made from the same ingredients, so it WILL taste the same. But the baker/decorator does not have to make a traditional wedding cake, so it will save you tons! And no one has to know! ;) Just ask...since the baker loses $$ doing it this way, some will not offer it, you might have to ask.
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