Asking for gifts can be uncomfortable enough, and many people hesitate to add expensive items to their wedding registry to avoid seeming like a jerk. As long as there are some low priced items on your registry, you should not hesitate to add big ticket items that you truly want and will use.

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If the bride/groom to be are older, own a home, or have been living together for years, they likely already have fully furnished their house. As well, many young millennial couples are opting for alternative registries. Do them a favor, and get them these gifts instead of adding more clutter. These 9 subscription packages can make great gifts for anyone who doesn't need any more stuff.

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With the average wedding budget over $25,000, it is critical to take advantage of every opportunity to save. While it is possible to spend practically nothing on a legal wedding at city hall, these tips can help you put on your dream wedding without breaking the bank.

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Pinterest and Instagram are full of do-it-yourself wedding decoration ideas. However, many of these aren't as easy as they look. We have found some inexpensive, truly easy ways to add a classy touch to your wedding.

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With wedding expenses as high as they are, it’s important to take advantage of every opportunity to save. After your wedding, consider donating leftovers and lightly used items to charity. Not only will you help the less fortunate, you can potentially reduce your tax bill by $1,000s.

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While prenuptial agreements are commonplace in tabloid marriages, they can be of benefit for many engaged couples, maybe even you. Asking for a prenuptial agreement may be an uncomfortable conversation, but it may save a great deal of headache and heartache down the road.

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