It really shouldn’t matter how big your wedding is!
The important thing is that it is right for you as a couple.
SADLY, THE BIG wedding vendors refer to small weddings and elopements as the “Low End” of the wedding industry, or the low hanging fruit. In other words, why bother with them. This condescending demeanor and attitude may lead you to the question whether a small wedding or an elopement is a valid way to get married. Must you give in to the pressure to have a traditional BIG wedding in order to consider yourselves married? Do all weddings matter? Yes, yes they do.
Surprising Cost Insight
The data is in. According to a new study, the higher the cost of the wedding the higher the risk of divorce! The average cost of a BIG wedding is $25,000 or more. Couples that spend over $20,000 on their wedding are 46% more likely to divorce. Contrast that to the average cost of an all-inclusive elopement package of $1,000 to $2,500. The eloping couples spending less than $1,000 to get married are 53% less likely than average to get divorced. Now that matters.
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