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13-07-2011 10:42 AM #31
Normally, 3 tier, it should be do-able minimum by... erm... half kg (top tier), 2kg (middle tier), 3.5kg (bottom tier)? I mean... i estimate based on my guts feelin' la. It still depends on the cake shop.
And it depends on how much per kg the cake shop charge you ba. Nowadays it can easily cost S$55 per kg i guess?
Be prepared that you might have to put aside a minimum budget of S$400 for your cake.
19-07-2011 02:05 PM #32
i went to many weddings so far and never got to eat a single cake! so i will want my guests to at least eat some wedding cake.. haha.
04-10-2013 04:03 PM #33
we really look for places and people that can be of great service without making us pay too much.
05-10-2013 09:14 AM #34
you can lower your expenses by searching for possible sponsors for your wedding or friends that'll be willing to help you in small expenses like printing the invitations or such.
07-10-2013 11:34 AM #35
you can save for your wedding if you prepare for it early and with enough time. that way you can still canvas for cheaper or reasonable priced packages. you can also do some lists of the things that you really need for your wedding and the not really very needed ones.
08-10-2013 11:39 PM #36
Never had a real cake in weddings too!
I think photo shoot is the most essential cos it's once a life time and it will "record" our moments together.
09-10-2013 11:18 AM #37
prioritize the things that you really need first.
23-12-2013 09:17 PM #38
Plan a budgeted wedding. I think this is the only method to save expenses.
02-01-2014 05:12 PM #39
try listing the things that you need to prioritize. that way, you can avoid overspending on things that you don't really need for your wedding. you should also check out prices for each item that you'll buy before purchasing immediately.
30-06-2014 11:27 AM #40
Yes , the best way is to create a spreadsheet and list down the items one by one (possible to estimate based on all these wonderful wedding forums). From there, you will know roughly how much to save (e.g. for myself, wedding+honeymoon will cost about $30K). Then you can adjust the wedding date according to your comfortable saving rate per month.
30-06-2014 05:20 PM #41
looking for packages would make your expenses a lot cheaper. so i suggest that you find a lot of packages to choose from.