Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SAN RAMON, Calif. - Jul 06, 2018 - Summer is here and it is wedding season. Weddings can be very expensive for both the couple getting hitched and the guests attending. From invitations, location and catering to photography and music, the costs add up for the hosts. Guests have to factor in travel and hotel costs, especially if the wedding is in another state or country. They also have to budget for the special wedding gift and any other wedding-related events, such as the engagement party, bridal shower and more. Financial Education Benefits Center (FEBC) has a membership program that could potentially help reduce expenses associated with attending weddings, such as grocery and wellness benefits that would help members save up for their special day. FEBC is a membership benefits company offering health and financial wellness benefits.
“If you’re looking to lower your daily expenses, FEBC could offer you savings that may increase your savings amount,” said Jennifer Martinez, manager at FEBC. “If you wanted to splurge on something special for your wedding, that may be possible by using FEBC discounts on groceries and other living expenses, such as entertainment and health. Why pay top dollar on daily expenses if you don’t have to?”
People normally don’t factor in health expenses when they are budgeting for their weddings. However, they may want to clean up before their big day. FEBC offers savings in certain plans ranging from dental, prescription, vision and more. They may find that they need healthy, alternative ways to cope with their stress. Seeing a chiropractor, trying alternative medicine or even implementing a new fitness plan could greatly benefit someone experiencing stress from wedding planning. FEBC provides discounts on a variety of these services in some plans.
If you wanted to splurge on something special for your wedding, that may be possible by using FEBC discounts on groceries and other living expenses, such as entertainment and health. Why pay top dollar on daily expenses if you don’t have to?
Weddings don’t have to break the bank. Hosts can look into several options to reduce their costs, such as what Huffington Post recommends: nix wedding favors, use an inexpensive DJ or online streaming service for music and go digital with invitations. Some couples may really want live music, but if they have a limited budget, they could focus on reducing other expenses to splurge on a band. Other ways to save money are to use DIY tactics, such as with the wedding decor. The bridal party could help make DIY flower arrangements with flowers bought in bulk or look into ideas for homemade signs to help guests find their way around the venue. Lastly, members could have a surplus in their budget from using FEBC benefit savings on their daily purchases. Their extra funds may help them save for their honeymoon or another important aspect of their event.
“Getting married can be very expensive, but there are so many ways to reduce the costs. Whether you want to go traditional or modern, you don’t have to be scared of the financial burden if you start a budget early and stick to it,” added Martinez. “Work with your partner and identify what matters most to you both for your big day. Save for those things and look into cutting costs on the non-essentials.”
About Financial Education Benefits Center
Financial Education Benefits Center is located in San Ramon, California. The membership company has already helped thousands save money and obtain the necessary education required to live a financially healthy life.
Financial Education Benefits Center has partnered with several name brand third-party companies to expand the financial and educational products and services available to its members and to provide a variety of wellness services as well.
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