It can be hard to figure out how to save for your wedding while also paying off student loans. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to get the most bang for your buck.

Make a budget

The first step is figuring out how much you can afford to spend on your wedding. Then, create a budget that reflects your wants for the wedding and your needs for everyday spending. This will help you stay within your spending limits while still making sure you have enough money left over to pay off your loans.

Shop around

Don’t be afraid to shop around for wedding supplies and services. There are often deals to be found, and you’ll likely get better value than you would at a traditional store.

Get creative with coupons

Coupons are another great way to save money on your wedding. Look for coupons in newspapers, online, or magazines that are specifically related to weddings. You may also be able to find special deals through wedding registry companies or wedding planning services.

Use a credit card that offers rewards on wedding expenses

If you’re able to pay off your credit card balance each month, then you may be able to earn rewards on your wedding purchases or even cash back on your statement, saving you more than you might think. However, every card has different rewards, so it’s crucial you use a card that offers you the maximum rewards for your spending categories. Look for categories like boutiques, event spaces, small business services (DJs, hair salons, wedding planning), etc.

However, make sure you don’t use your credit card as an excuse to overspend and carry a balance at the end of the month! Interest charges can cause you to spend more money than anticipated making it difficult to keep your budget balanced.

Consider refinancing your student loans

Refinancing may be worth it if you can get a better interest rate on your student loans. Refinancing can often result in lower payments over the life of the loan and could ultimately result in more money available for other expenses.

Make use of family and friends

Invite family and friends who live nearby or who may be able to donate supplies or services for free or at a discounted price. You can also request cash in lieu of gifts on your wedding registry that contributes to the honeymoon, too.

Look into student loan forgiveness options

There may be options available to help you pay off your student loans more quickly. For example, the government offers student loan forgiveness programs that allow you to have your loans forgiven after a certain period. It’s essential to do your research and speak with a financial advisor before making any major decisions. However, these options can definitely help you save money on your wedding while still getting ahead on your debt.

The bottom line

There are many ways to save money for your wedding without sacrificing student loan repayments. By following these tips, you’ll be able to pay off your loans faster and have more cash left over for other vital expenses for your special day.

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