Before you say “I do,” take a moment to ask “How are your finances?”
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.