As President Obama endorses same-sex marriage, all couples are paying more to tie -- and untie -- the knot.
She also makes a third of what he's paid. Managing money after they're married is going to require some compromise.
You don't have to break the bank for beautiful bouquets. Use these ideas to create a lovely ceremony and reception.
A national survey says catering costs $61 per person. But there are ways to feed your guests for less.
Church, courthouse and Vegas aren't your only choices. Here are some innovative ideas on places to tie the knot.
Glamorous or low-key, the ceremony can be what you want. I'll show you how to get married without breaking the bank.
Feb. 29 comes around once every four years -- along with some novel ways to save cash.
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