Rambling Man: Help! Can I Stop Tithing To Pay For My Wedding?

I feel like you should shake me and say “Only a bridezilla would put her wedding over the needy!”

The Cost Of Wedding Teeth: My Brief Foray Into Luxury Dentistry

Payment plans are a thing. We can make this work. Maybe I can have a “perfect smile.”

The Delicate Nature of Planning a Wedding When Your Parents Are Divorced

My parents had already been divorced for several years when I approached them with the question about how we’d pay for the wedding, but tensions between them were still quite high.

Family Weddings and My Own Ideal

When my parents got married in the 1970s, they had what my mother grudgingly conceded, decades later, was a “big wedding.” At the wedding dinner, there were 100 tables for a thousand guests in all—500 on my mum’s side, and 500 on my dad’s.

We’ve Saved Money AND Dignity Not Being Bridesmaids But We’re Rueful Anyway: A Chat

“There are snacks and Kleenex in my purse right now. I am like a bridesmaid waiting for a wedding.”

How Much Should You Spend on a Wedding Gift?

I am an excellent wedding guest. But, I am very, very bad at wedding presents.

A Wedding, Two White Dresses, and Secret Spending

It started, like so many weddings do, with a white dress. Not the wedding dress, which would come later, but a little cotton sundress I found on a rainy San Francisco day. I was waiting for my fiancé to arrive from his nonprofit job so we could walk together to Williams Sonoma and start to register for kitchen utensils. I ducked into a high-end store to get out of the rain.

Burger King Is Paying for Wedding of Couple Named Burger-King

Yes, Burger King is now paying for the Burger-King wedding, and I hope that at some point on that Skype call the Burger King representative said “have it your way.”

The Cost of Acquiring a Last-Minute Tuxedo for a Black Tie Wedding

A few months ago, a coworker of mine got married. A few months before that, she got engaged. On the morning she rolled in with one finger buckling under the weight of a god-knows-how-many-carat diamond, our six-person team huddled in a secluded office for a private, giddy, workday champagne toast.

How to Stay Married: Splurge on the Honeymoon, Not the Open Bar

“Couples who make more than $125,000 a year (combined) cut their divorce risk in half.” So, yeah. You don’t have to be wealthy for San Francisco, just wealthy for Arkansas.