An example of planning your wedding for under $5,000
This urban chic styled wedding shoot in Denver, CO is the envy of many because of it’s beautiful feels, but also the affordable price tag. We’re going to break down the budget and prove to you that a $5,000 wedding is more than doable, it’s beautiful.
The biggest cost cutter for this wedding was opting out of providing dinner. A great option instead is to get discount codes for neighboring restaurants. Between the ceremony and the reception, let your guests go to their restaurant of choice. Provide a list of delicious spots nearby for them to choose from.
The ceremony was held at the newly redone Confluence Park. For $250 you get a public parks permit and access to the space for the day.
The cake, accompanied by tiny cupcakes, is from Little Bites Bakery and costs $300.
Flowers from Rooted Floral + Design included a beautiful bouquet for $120 (which was reused for the cake and centerpieces at the reception) and a bundle of eucolyptus for DIY decorations for $50.
The weather was cold and windy so the bride grabbed a cute fuzzy coat from her closet and ditched the heels for boots to keep her feet warm. The dress is from A&Be Bridal Shop in the Highlands and is a two piece set that can be worn again.
The invites were hand written by Oak + Pen. Each invite cost around $2.25.
The reception was at Galvanize Platte a short walk from Confluence Park. For the space, the couple paid $3000. The space came with a built in speaker and dance floor, use Spotify to save money on a DJ. A crowdsourced playlist and a friend in charge, the dancing won’t stop.
Photography Kenz + Nick Photography / Flowers and Design Rooted Floral + Design / Dress A&Be Bridal Shop / Sweets Little Bites Bakery / Venue Confluence Park & Galvanize / Hair and Makeup Elle.b Salon / Jewelry and Accessories Metal Mark Fine Jewelry / Invites and Calligraphy Oak + Pen