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With wedding season looming, "prenup season" is upon us

Apr 10, 2023
More regular Americans—especially Millennial-aged—are opting for prenuptial agreements.
According to a survey conducted by Harris Poll in 2022 of 1,073 married or engaged adults, 15% reported signing a prenup. A similar study done by the same agency in 2010 reported only 3% of Americans had signed one.
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Business for mini weddings is booming

Jun 6, 2022
“The supply chain for floral is just crazy right now," said Gretchen Culver of Minne Weddings.
Gretchen Culver, owner of Rocket Science Events and creator of Minne Weddings.
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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.

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Your Wallet: Wedding bills are gonna chime

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