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Tips for Cutting Down Your Wedding Guest List

Whether you're having an intimate backyard wedding or a black-tie, ballroom affair, everyone has budget constraints-and you might not realize how much they impact your guest list until you start planning.

Below, find our top tips for cutting down your guest list in a way that makes sense.

If you're running into conflicts curbing your guest list, consider who's paying.

If your parents are paying for the wedding, they get to have more say over the list.

If you like, start by making as big a list as you can-the "Fantasy list," if you will.

Then get ready to wield the pen as a hatchet and whack that list into shape, cutting ruthlessly until you're within budget.

If you have your heart set on a tiny country inn but plan to invite 200 people, your dream venue may not fit everyone on your guest list.

Figure out which is more important to you: more guests or a specific venue.

If you felt guilty every time you ran into someone you haven't seen in years and aren't planning on inviting, you'd end up with a mile-long guest list.

If you look at your guest list and see a large number of guests 10 and under, consider having an adults-only wedding.

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