"When a friend asks you to be a bridesmaid, she's really saying 'Give me $1000 & get ready to look pregnant in an empire waist dress.'"
We asked recent brides to share their biggest money mistakes.
It may seem unfair, but there's a reasonable explanation.
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According to the Wedding Report, a compilation of statistics and market research for the wedding industry, couples spent
Brides and grooms spent an average of $28,427 on their weddings in 2012 -- the highest amount since 2008, according to an
Summer wedding bells may be ringing, but today's young people are getting to the altar years later than their parents did. But these days when a wedding finally happens, it has turned into a bigger deal than ever before.
Weddings can be expensive, but you don't have to break the bank.
And I don't mean they have a ball park budget they need to narrow down, I mean most haven't even considered how much their grand plan will total up to when all is said and done.
With the hundreds of details that go into planning the big day, costs can easily get out of hand, and it's no surprise that half of all couples go over their wedding budget.
You would be surprised how many people that you don't expect to make the trip decide to make your wedding their big vacation of the year.
She is seeking $95,000 in damages. The Tribune shared a portion of the letter Buttitta sent to Salerno letting him know about