At least this newlywed couple won’t have to worry about finances.
A wedding is simply a big party that starts the moment you say, “I do.”
Planning a wedding is a full-time job, and staying within a budget can definitely add to the stress. It’s the reason the bratty-bride cliche was born.
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If you’re on a tight budget, there are dozens of ways to save on your dream dress.
Whether you’re a bride-to-be or a dreamer with no wedding plans yet, you can still look realistically at costs.
Remember how a your dad would advise, “Shop before you take the first loan you’re offered”? Bankrate remembers.
Given the zeros behind a walk down the aisle these days, not to mention the fact that parental money is often involved …
Now couples can register for creative alternative wedding gifts such as home down payments, charities or a honeymoon.
Planning a June wedding? Don’t forget to insure it! According to the Insurance Information Institute, by the time you’ve finished paying for the flowers, rings, parties and pictures, the average American wedding costs $16,000. That means you’ve likely bet $3,000-$6,000 in nonrefundable deposits that your big day will come off as planned. Wedding insurance is