BIG Weddings SUCK! is a contrarian book for engaged millennials that takes on the BIG Wedding Industrial Complex and their condescending attitudes, predatory practices and upsell procedures. BIG Weddings SUCK! teaches engaged couples how to reduce the cost, energy, stress and time to plan their wedding. “I know how because I eloped before eloping was cool,” says Westfall whose website has helped over 1.1 million couples save $25 billion on their weddings. “My experience provides me with a unique perspective on Where, What, When and How Much Engaged Couples are willing to spend.” Westfall’s research shows that the more a couple spends on the wedding, the higher their risk of divorce. Why do BIG Weddings SUCK? They suck the life out of your Relationship by: 1.Sucking the MONEY out of your Wallet 2.Sucking the ENERGY out of your Body 3.Sucking your HAPPINESS and causing STRESS 4.Sucking the TIME out of your Week. As a result, the whole definition of what we call a “wedding” is undergoing a paradigm shift. The 21 Small Wedding Elopement Package alternatives presented in Dave Westfall’s book don’t SUCK because all the “wedding planning” has been done for you and all you have to do is show up with your marriage license.
The More You Spend the Higher Your Risk of Divorce
That’s right! My research showed that couples are also being discriminated against in the wedding industry based on their financial status! It is shocking to learn the number of wedding vendors referring to small weddings and elopements as ‘low end’ weddings and the couples as “working class”!
In that same study, Couples who spent less $1,000 where 53% LESS Likely to Divorce!
Big Weddings Suck! Discover How to Reduce Cost, Energy, Stress, and Time
It may surprise you to learn that almost half of all couples say planning their wedding put a huge strain on their relationship. Actually, there is a direct correlation to the amount of money spent on a wedding and how long it will last. As shown in the previous graph, a study conducted by data analyst Randy Olson found that couples spending over $20,000 on their wedding are 46% more likely to get a divorce.