Tradition and emotion often cause people to overspend. Who says you should pay 3 months' salary for an engagement ring? Here's how to anticipate and cut the costs.
Personal finance is an unromantic topic. But don't wait until after the invitations are printed to find out if you're fiscally compatible.
If you're planning to get married, know that you may be targeted with inflated prices, disappearing deposits or claims of discounts that really are too good to be true.
Breakfast at Costco may not have the same ring to it, but we wondered: Can a Costco diamond ring hold up to one from Tiffany's?
From the save-the-date to the tabletop, we'll help you reduce the cost of your nuptials with these do-it-yourself suggestions.
Throwing a bachelorette party soon? Try one of these unique ideas to save some cash and create great pre-wedding memories.
Planning a wedding? You can hold the event in a spectacular location without paying thousands of dollars. Some are even free.
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