With COVID-19, big weddings give way to "planned elopements"

Jun 26, 2020
Couples are still celebrating, but they are opting for small gatherings. There's a financial advantage, too.
A couple is married with just an officiant as friends join via Zoom in Virgina.
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As wedding events drag on for months, emotional and financial costs rise for guests

May 24, 2019
Engagement parties, bridal showers, destination events — it all adds up. But they can be hard to resist.
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The Conversation: Wedding bells and wedding gifts

What kinds of gifts have you requested of others?
What kinds of gifts did you ask for or register for?
Kristofor Husted

Your Wallet: The high price of matrimony

It's wedding season ... how much are you shelling out?

What happens when two bank accounts get married

Apr 10, 2015
A couple discusses their financial approach to tying the knot.

Your Wallet: Wedding bills are gonna chime

Whether it's yours or someone else's, weddings can be expensive.