First, when it comes to a budget you have to have an idea of what amount of money you are going to make each year, month, week, and even day in some cases. You also have to know how to properly use extra money that was not figured into your budget. It is always better to figure on making less and spending more than making more and spending less. Second, if you struggle with budgeting, then using budgeting worksheets might help you. These can be printed out or just kept on your computer if you prefer. Most of the budgeting worksheets that are out there will break everything down into the categories for the bills that you need to pay. This is very helpful and will allow you to stick to the budget you set up for yourself.
Last but not least you have the following categories: food, beverages, cake, decorations, music, photography, video, invitations, transportation, accommodation for the couple's wedding night, attendants' gift and miscellaneous costs. Keep in mind that the cost of the food and beverages is determined by the number of guests you invite to the wedding. When you start making a wedding budget, it's probably best to decide on the amount of money you've set aside and then determine the expenses and the number of people to invite. Otherwise, you will risk overspending.