In Asian weddings, traditionally costs are shared between both families, (it is something they tend to save for), with the brides’ side bearing the cost of the wedding, whilst the grooms’ side usually pays for the reception. Modern Asian couples tend to split the wedding costs equally between the families, or offer to pay for it themselves. Since both families are involved, it can sometimes be a sensitive subject. So it’s important that both sides communicate well with each other and that it is clear who is responsible for what. With an understanding of each of the events and ceremonies that are going to take place, what they entail, and a rough cost for each one.
” it’s important that both sides communicate well with each other “
Being flexible with your budget is always a necessity. It can be difficult at times to get everything you want within a budget, so be prepared to adjust and accommodate. To help overcome this, it is vital that you prioritise exactly what it is that you want for your special day. This means choosing the most important thing to you, whether it is the choice of venue, the right decor, the best caterer, make sure this is at the top of your list when it comes to planning out your spending. That way, you can ensure that you’ll be happy with your choices when the time comes.
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