First, track your spending and expenses for the next 30 days. You can begin by recording all your purchases on a weekly expense report worksheet that you fill out each day. Save your receipts from each purchase and then record a description of the purchase, the amount, its category, and how you made the purchase; whether by cash, check, or credit card.
Now, a wedding can be very complex and has many different aspects to it. Making a wedding budget worksheet can help you stay organized and on task. The first thing you need to do is decide on how much money you are willing to spend. Figure out who will be paying for the wedding, and what everyone is willing to pay. This will help you figure out what you have to spend on each aspect of your wedding. On a budget that's tight or not, it pays to save wherever and in whatever way you can! To start your wedding budget worksheet you need to divide the wedding into categories. Try to divide your wedding up into the reception, the attire, the decorations, the music, the photography, and miscellaneous.