Marriage rates may have fallen from its peak in the mid 1980s. But people are still getting hitched to the tune of approximately two million marriages a year according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Since 1970, the cost of getting married has almost doubled to $24,000 – the average cost of a wedding in today’s dollars. Depending upon where you live and the financial resources available to you, you may consider this figure to be a lot of money to say, “I Do,” or a drop in the bucket. Either way paying for a wedding is a costly endeavor and saving for it can seem daunting. Here are a few suggestions to help you realistically save for your wedding: (Continue Reading…)
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I think the best way to save is to stick to your wedding budget no matter what. I’ve seen a lot of couples who used their creativity to come up with a wonderful wedding without having to spend a fortune.
Weddings are very expensive and to think that it will only be celebrate for one day. But there are lots of ways to save and spend less than throwing much dollars on that day. Just like on wedding gowns, there are lots of designers out there.