Bridesmaid's gifts, Transportation, Stationary _ 2% each Rentals, Miscellaneous _ 3% each Flowers _ 10% Photography _ 11% DJ entertainment and Lighting Design _ 10% Bridal Attire _ 12% Reception _ 45% These figures can be a good starting point for budgeting your wedding. Obviously, nothing is set in stone but if you follow a budget, you should be around the figure you would like to keep the total cost at. The percentage is based on the total cost. So, if you would like to spend ฤꯠ total on a wedding, űꯠ (ฤꯠ x 45%) shall be allocated for the reception. The responsibility of cost for a wedding is stated by tradition. There is no right or wrong way to figure costs. It is a matter of choice and it's something that you should discuss with both sets of parents. More than likely they will incur some of the financial burden. They will also want to be involved in your decision making process.
Worksheet _ Income Tracking Worksheet _ It is important to know where you are financially. So, filling out a income tracking worksheet will do just that. This is a worksheet where you place all of your income. If you are married or have a partner that contributes to your monthly finances be sure to include their income as well. Only put regularly occurring income on this worksheet such as regular paychecks, child support and alimony. Do not include bonuses or other irregular income.