Hello, my partner and I are looking to get married this year.
We recently lost his mother and it made us realise that we wanted to get married whilst we still have everyone else still here as we don't want to lose anyone else who we are close to. We don't want a fancy wedding and I do not want to get ourselves in to any debts. We know a photographer, someone to do our invites and cake and someone who can also do the flowers. My partner is catholic and so we will be married in a church and we were thinking of having the reception in either a village hall or a local pub as we just want it to be a nice and chilled day for everyone to party. We worked out there will roughly be about 80 - 90 for the ceremony and about 100-110 for the reception. We are going to have a buffet and possibly a hog roast. I am going to try and DIY other things and source out decorations etc from charity shops or places like the range, b and m. I just wondered do you think £4,000 will be enough for this type of wedding? Any help or advice would be lovely as I don't really have the first clue on how to plan a wedding x