1. Weddings typically can cost you anywhere around $15,000 or more. The big question is: who foots the bill?
The 21st century has heralded a shift in the way these costs are handled. We have moved away from the days when the family of the bride would pay all costs associated with the wedding ceremony.
Today it may come down to who can afford it or, who can qualify for the personal loan from the lending institution. Weddings may, in most cases, be a one time special event deserving of all the pomp and pageantry associated with the memorable day.
However, there are ways to cut costs and still maximize the moment. Careful planning and budgeting are key to getting the most out of this experience at a reduced cost.
What should go into wedding plans? When is too much, too much?
There are many things which makes a wedding a wedding. The old adage, "Something New, Something used and something blue, is a reliable guide to save.
Knowing what you need and how much it cost compared to your allotted budget for each item is essential. Your check list should include:
-Bride Gown and accessories
-Groom's wedding attire
-wedding consulting fees
-beverage/drinks and type of wedding
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