The cost of a wedding in the 21st century can be quite different from when your parents or grandparents had to plan for theirs. One of the biggest debates is, who pays for what? Traditionally, certain types of expenses were divided between HIS & HERS families. This was also possible, because the cost of a wedding was much different. According to an article by Quartz, the average wedding cost in today’s dollars, during the depression-era, was $6,481 versus $29,858 today. So, how do you do it in the 21st century, when so many couples are taking on majority of the financial burden? We’ve broken it down for you, so grab your pen and paper and follow along to make your list go smooth!
We have enjoyed our season so much and we wanted to share just a few of the weddings & the couples we got to share it with!
We hope you enjoy these wedding photos from over the last few months and some of the amazing shots their photographers took!
Haven't gotten married yet or don't see your photos? Don't worry, we'll be doing this again, so be sure to have your photographer send us your pictures!!
You’ve picked your date, now time to tell others to save it too! This post is dedicated to all things stationary, paper and pretty! We hope you find something you love to help set the mood for your special day.
A recent Mixon Brides' Invitation: Photo by Ana Polak Atelier Photography
5 Things All Brides Should Do the Week Of Their Wedding
It's the final countdown, the week of your wedding, brides. You can see the aisle at the end of the tunnel! Things may start to pile up on your "TO DO" list this week, just when you thought you'd handled it all. Stress may start to creep up when the little things show up; from guests arriving, wanting to spend time with you, to finishing projects at the office. We know all too well it can be a busy week, but here are a few things of "MUST DO's", to help clear up any anxiety the week of your wedding.