More money?! But seriously… have some style.
The party should tip at least 15 percent of the total bill.
Wedding planners don’t necessarily expect any tips. Although, if you are receiving a big discount a tip will be icing on the cake for your wedding day.
Same goes for photographers and videographers, the tip is not assumed. Once again, if they are a friend or giving you a great discount, $50 goes a long way and says a lot!
Again, not necessary to tip the reception staff. Although, you probably do remember those college days when you were hustling hard at the restaurant.
If you offer a tip they probably won’t take it but will generally donate it to their church.
Makeup and hair artist:
Tip is expected here. Account for 15-20% tip or else you might not get the pretty face you bargained for!
Band and/or DJ:
$25-$50 is more than enough if they are getting the crows involved on the dance floor!
Chauffeuring that many people can be exhausting. A 15% tip is a nice gesture.
Not mandatory but if they do an outstanding job and people are awing at your florals a tip doesn’t hurt.
I know your wedding day is already costing you an arm and a leg. IF your low on budget fill your bridal/groomsmen party on some of these tips. I mean that’s the least they could do for being party of your special day ;P.