That’s What She Wed


The Big Day Gets Smaller
July 28, 2008, 12:34 pm
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Special thanks to a special tipster for sending us this article from the Washington Post called The Big Day Gets Smaller. Even though budget weddings have been around for decades, the article studies the affects of our changing economy on our changing nuptial season. This year, millions of American couples had to face the reality that certain things have to be scaled down during this time of high gas prices. The first things to go? Smaller guest lists, filet mignon replaced with chicken and much less grandiose honeymood plans. Read the full articlce to hear how this is affecting wedding vendors and to get a few budget-friendly wedding tips.

– Fear of Falling Bouquets

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Ha! I went to a wedding where they “faked the cake.” Granted, that was the only thing they cut back on. Most of my friends (mid-20’s) have had “wedding budgets” from their parent’s set aside since they were small children. Creepy.

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