I just saw this on the Today Show this morning. If you can plan your wedding for a Sunday, you will probably get a venue for much less than on a Saturday when many hotels, banquet halls, etc. are in high demand. I imagine that it will also be easier to get the weekend you want, because churches & banquet halls will not already be booked solid on Sundays as they are on Saturdays. Personally, I think people spend way too much (over $20,000) on weddings.... (click on title for more)
For most, it would be better to spend less on the wedding and more on saving for the future (a home, education, children, retirement.) Many marriages break up over money, so putting oneself in debt for a one-day event seems counterproductive,
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