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This is a great idea if you want a big dress for your ceremony and a sleek sexy dress for your reception.


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fuckyeahweddingideas:

A heart shaped lawn for the ceremony?!!!

fuckyeahweddingideas:

A heart shaped lawn for the ceremony?!!!


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great idea for your something blue!

great idea for your something blue!

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In 2012, the average cost of a U.S. wedding is between $26K-$27K (honeymoon not included). While this number varies by region, season, day of the week and style, it accurately portrays what most planning couples ultimately spend for their big day. This dollar amount is a logical indication and baseline for an average 2012 wedding budget.
Did you know nearly 50% of all couples will end up spending more on their wedding than they had originally budgeted for?  Think about that for a moment.  Roughly 2.6 million weddings are performed each year in the U.S. and almost half of them will fail to stick to their intended budget. Knowing what other couples are spending is helpful in creating a realistic wedding budget that can successfully be followed.

Weddings By the NumbersAccording to TheKnot.com, New York City (Manhattan) topped the rankings in 2010 as having the highest average wedding budget ($70,730) of any other U.S. city while Utah has the lowest average wedding budget ($13,214). For more basic but in-depth wedding information, check out the inforgraphic below from

Source: Wedding Stats

lacedinweddings:

In 2012, the average cost of a U.S. wedding is between $26K-$27K (honeymoon not included). While this number varies by region, season, day of the week and style, it accurately portrays what most planning couples ultimately spend for their big day. This dollar amount is a logical indication and baseline for an average 2012 wedding budget.
Did you know nearly 50% of all couples will end up spending more on their wedding than they had originally budgeted for?  Think about that for a moment.  Roughly 2.6 million weddings are performed each year in the U.S. and almost half of them will fail to stick to their intended budget. Knowing what other couples are spending is helpful in creating a realistic wedding budget that can successfully be followed.
Weddings By the Numbers
According to TheKnot.com, New York City (Manhattan) topped the rankings in 2010 as having the highest average wedding budget ($70,730) of any other U.S. city while Utah has the lowest average wedding budget ($13,214). 
For more basic but in-depth wedding information, check out the inforgraphic below from


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fuckyeahweddingideas:

I love these DIY gold confetti napkins!

fuckyeahweddingideas:

I love these DIY gold confetti napkins!


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