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“I feel like all the things I would change are small details.” Paying for a venue with a kitchen can save you a lot Daspin’s other regret: Choosing a venue without a kitchen, leading to more food costs than expected since it all had to be cooked elsewhere and catered. She and her partner ended up being $2,000 over budget. If she could do her wedding again, she would consider a cheaper venue, but because they wanted to have it in New York options were limited. “In hindsight I would have tried to choose somewhere low key like a family’s backyard to have the wedding to save money on the actual location expenses,” she said. Abby Mills held her wedding in Brooklyn in May 2016. Guests may prefer to drink and dance than eat dessert Abby Mills, a 31-year-old digital product designer in Brooklyn who married in May 2016, said she and her husband Jeremy spent a larger portion of their budget on food. But she would have skipped dessert if given the option again: her guests were far more occupied with the open bar and dancing to partake and didn’t eat all of the sweets. “Moral of the story: know your audience,” she said. Daspin modernized her grandmother’s dress for her wedding. Different ways to make a splash with your dress Clare Redway, a marketing director based in Brooklyn who married in June 2016 said she wishes she spent more on the wedding dress, or at least found a more unique one.

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