From booze-related budgeting to DIY plans gone wrong, we share the top ten hidden costs to watch out for 1. The registration costs Youve listed all your dream wedding ideas and associated costs in your budget, but have you considered the essentials? Registration costs can add an extra 600 plus on the total cost of your wedding and its not an optional extra either. 2. DIY decor The DIY wedding day a great idea for those of us on a tight budget - or is it? All those DIY details may seem like a fantastic idea, but have you really broken down all the costs? We dont just mean the costs to do things once either. If youre lacking in the crafting skills department, you may need enough materials to cover multiple attempts. View photos 3. Hidden supplier charges Unfortunately, not all supplier charges are 100 per cent transparent.
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Photo-7611109.104705 - San Antonio Express-News Image 22 of 29 The entrance to The Prairie by Rachel Ashwell. The entrance to The Prairie by Rachel Ashwell. The entrance to The Prairie by Rachel Ashwell. Photo-7611110.104705 - San Antonio Express-News Image 23 of 29 The Prairie by Rachel Ashwell The Prairie by Rachel Ashwell The Prairie by Rachel Ashwell Photo-7611111.104705 - San Antonio Express-News Image 24 of 29 George Ranch Historical Park Half an hour from downtown Houston, the George Ranch Historical Park in Richmond dates back to 1824 and features a white clapboard chapel built in 1900. Original wooden pews seat 200 in addition to the ranch's other historic venues and outdoor options, plus cowboy-friendly add-ons like historic wagons, bales of hay and even armadillo races. 10215 FM 762 in Richmond; 281-343-0218; georgeranch.org/rentals . The white clapboard chapel at George Ranch was built in 1900. Photo-7611113.104705 - San Antonio Express-News Image 26 of 29 Briscoe Manor The Briscoe family came to Texas as one of Stephen F. Austin's original 300 settlers and opened Briscoe Manor on 50 acres of land west of Houston in 2006. The property is home to a herd of 10 longhorns and touts sprawling live oak and pecan trees around its limestone buildings, which include a 300-seat chapel, open courtyards, a ballroom and lakeside ceremony space.
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