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Cutting back on wedding can save big money

“One hundred guests, $4,000” seems like a nearly impossible feat for couples planning their weddings these days, but one contributor on TheStreet did it – and she is sharing her experience to help other couples budget. Abigail Dalton realized her … Continue reading

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Wedding obsession has some women planning a wedding – without the groom

The wedding industry is a multi-billion dollar industry – and it’s not hard to see why. According to a new survey by BRIDES magazine, the average wedding in 2011 dipped slightly, but still came in at more than $26,000. That’s … Continue reading

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January big month for wedding-based businesses

It’s here: the month when all the newly engaged brides from the holiday season head out and begin planning their big days. Apparently, according to the Washington Post, January is huge for wedding-based businesses: “January has become the month-long equivalent … Continue reading

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Over-the-top spending on parties and weddings seems to be the new “it” thing

Last week, TLC premiered the second season of a show which not even I, queen of the trashy reality show, cannot get behind: Outrageous Kid Parties. Here’s a little taste of what one of these little soirees entails: This comes … Continue reading

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