Prom season is here and high school students are all busy making preparations for that one night of great frivolity and extravagance – a memory from their high school years that they will perhaps remember the most one day.
While junior and senior high school students are all giddy with excitement, parents are most likely shaking their heads in defeat over how expensive everything is. Their children have to purchase or rent fancy dresses or suits, hire a make-up and hair team, purchase corsages, get extra allowance for dinner out with their dates, and of course, rent a limousine as the appropriate means of transportation for the night — among other things. It’s not only the fact that the cost of all these build up to a huge amount that can get parents concerned, but also, each one of them costs a lot of money on its own.
Typically, some of the expenses for prom are split among friends, so that automatically takes the cost down for every student. However, with the amount of things the young ones like to splurge on for the night, such as an overnight stay at a hotel (which has become the more popular venue for proms these days), fine dining after all the dancing, or a segue trip to a dance or concert, the celebratory costs still remain high.
Fortunately, in-demand businesses or service providers during prom season are offering budget-friendly arrangements so the young ones can still have one of the grandest nights of their lives without their parents lamenting the cash outflow that goes with ensuring that experience. Dress and suit rental shops offer affordable packages for groups of renters. Meanwhile, some flower shops offer lower prices for corsages purchased in bulk.
And perhaps the best offering for prom is the “limo by the hour”service of BBZ Limo, a top limousine rental in New Jersey which allows students and parents to better manage the cost of prom night. With this particular arrangement, it’s possible for parents to set limitations to the amount of spending that normally goes into this high school experience must-have.It’s important to mention as well that this arrangement can guarantee that the children (who aren’t sleeping over at the hotel or at a friend’s house) get home on time and safely, especially now that it’s hard to trust that the young ones will not be sneaking a little alcohol into their prom night.
It’s a given that prom season will certainly set family budgets back by a lot, so it’s a good thing that there are ways to somehow bring the overall cost down without sacrificing the memory of the experience the young ones want.