Transcript for 'The Bachelorette': Desiree Hartsock Siegfried Reveals Wedding Secrets
It is wedding season and couples everywhere are looking for ways to have their dream ceremony without breaking the bank. Former season bachelor Desiree is here to help you sharing secrets from her but book called "My fairy tale wedding." Congratulations. Thank you very much. Not only that but a baby on the way. Congratulations. Thank you. So tell me about your fairy tale wedding. You know, it was everything that Chris and I wanted. We had an intimate setting in California. And all of our closest friends and family so definitely was very special. I want to hear details because we'll give great tips and last night. So "The bachelorette," break it down for us. Oh, man, I feel like it's becoming the Chad show, don't you? Yeah. He's a little aggressive. Yes. He's starting to get a little violent so I hope he goes home pretty soon. Do you think he will. Yeah. Absolutely. If you had to guess so let's get to it. Come on, everybody. We are moving, we are grooving. It's all about things right now so let's start with we've got brides-to-be in the audience and our first is Margaret. Have you a question for Desiree. My fiance and I are having a hard time doing financial budget costs and looking to invite 150 guests. What advice would you have for us. A lot of times it's important to research your average cost in your area to make sure you're itemizing everything you need. The average -- I always recommend doing the chunk of your budget which is going to be the venue and catering, 45% so to cussing on that first and the photo and video because at the end of the day you're taking home a marriage and the photos. Yes and that's your memories. Make sure you research who does it too. Yes. Done one too many stories on "Gma" about things not going exactly right. Yes. Regarding the photographer and everything else. We have a table set up. This is to just talk about color. Yes. So many different ways to go with not only invitations but flowers and decor. Yes, so since summertime is many coling around coral and Navy are very popular color scheme and so what we have here is we're piecing together how to bring together your colors into your reception so you can tell that with the coral and the Navy. Yeah, there's a theme happening. Yes, yes, and so from the ceremony to the reception you can go with your base color which right now would probably be the coral. Yeah. Because that's really popping and for the ceremony it's the first thing you're seeing and then you're sigh tieing that into the flowers with an accent color and also the complimentary color of a Navy tux. He looks great in another question. So we have another question. Danielle wearing the color of the dress in yes, she is. What is your question? I'm wondering how soon I should send out save the dates for my wedding. I suggest sending them out four to six months before the wedding. If it's a destination definitely use six to eight weeks -- month, not weeks. Are you thinking about a destination wedding? Maybe. Then you need to book. Desiree, thanks. Keep us posted on the baby. Five months pregnant so -- in October. We'll leave you alone and let you have time with your baby but please Tay in touch. Everybody in the meantime, her book is called "My fairy sale wedding." Ladies, listen up, it's available right now and "The bachelorette" airs right here on ABC and coming up we're excited because our buddy jack Han ma is
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