By now, the concept of a wedding budget sample is a little clearer to you. Let's walk through an example. We will assume that the total budget is ฤꯠ (which is below the national average for a wedding budget). The percentages above can be changed accordingly to what you would prefer to focus on during the wedding. If the DJ and lighting design are more important, then you can allocate 11% towards the DJ and lighting instead of 10%. This would translate to (ฤꯠ x 12%) budget instead of a (ฤꯠ x 10%) budget for the DJ. Prioritize the list below as to what is most important to you and then adjust your percentages accordingly.
Next, you need to have a set of goals to work towards. There is no point is starting a budget worksheet unless you have a goal that you are striving to achieve. Without a goal sheet, any extra money you do save from your budget worksheet will have no real purpose and will be far easier to spend. Having a written set of goals helps to keep you on track. Last, you need a good budget worksheet that is simple and easy to use. Having a big fancy software is not going to help you succeed any faster. Besides, there is a learning curve to complex financial software, and using a simpler form will get you real results faster and easier, plus you can save any money you would have spent on the software! Having and using a budget worksheet can take you past the stage of wishing about having more money and actually making real progress towards your goals. Start today and guaranteed within a short time, you will be setting your path to success and feeling great about having met your goals.