Your Tax Deductible Wedding

It's almost here, you're favorite day of the year...TAX DAY!!

Wouldn't it be cool if you could write it off such a large purchase? Oh wait, you can, and I am going to tell you how!

Now if you haven't already planned your wedding, then you have some extra time to make sure your wedding is tax deductible. And if your wedding is already planned or has already happened, well you're in luck. Whether you're a bride-to-be, got married last month, or married 27 years ago, I have a chance for anyone to write off their wedding. But you have to read to the end to find out how ;)

The Church

Talk to your church about their site fee. Some will allow you to make a donation in lieu of the ceremony site fee and in this case, your donation is tax deductible! And it'll make you feel good too :)

The Reception Venue

Receptions at national parks, historical sites, or museums are often tax deductible so make sure to check with your venue for details!

The Decor

Are you ever going to use your linens again? Or did you purchase any other decor items that are just going to be thrown into the recycling bin or in the back of your garage? Donate these items to a homeless shelter and put them to good use...other than dust collecting!

The Registry


More and more couples are moving in together before they get married and even if not, many of us already have the necessary household items that are generally put on a gift registry. So instead of asking guests for gifts, ask your guests to donate to the charity of your choice! While isn't a tax write-off for you, it will be for your guests AND it will be an amazing opportunity for the two of you to make a difference!

The Favors

We all know that a majority of these little trinkets are thrown into a drawer, never to be seen again. So instead of giving your guests a favor, let them know that the money that would've been used for favors was donated to a charity instead. My guess is that any guest would prefer that over a typical wedding favor :)

The Food

This isn't possible for every wedding but if you have leftover food, bring it to a homeless shelter at the end of the night so someone else can experience the delicious meal too!

You can make your wedding tax deductible RIGHT NOW!

And finally, your dress! Did you know that your beautiful gown may be tax deductible? And I can help you make your dress tax deductible today!

Love & Lace Bridal Salon is an amazing salon in Orange County, CA that I have had the great pleasure of working with for the past couple of months. Not only do they have beautiful dresses and would do anything in their power to make your day special, but are in the process of planning an amazing event for military brides!

We are now working to collect used wedding gowns for military brides to get theirs at no cost! These brides have sacrificed so much for all of us already, so the least you can do is help make her feel beautiful on her wedding day with such a special gift! And while it would be out of the goodness of your own heart, you would get a little tax deductible reward yourself ;)


Find out more!

If you have any interest in donating your gown to this amazing cause, please contact us for more information! And don't worry, you are not committing to anything - we just want to send you more information :)