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    Saving money on your wedding
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    • 24th Jun 08, 9:27 AM
    Saving money on your wedding 24th Jun 08 at 9:27 AM
    Hi there. I'm looking for some hints & tips on how to save money on your wedding day. With todays average weddings costing anywhere between £10,000 up to £20,000, I would love to hear any tips on how to save some money so newly weds don't have to start their new life together in lots of debt.

    I'm looking for money saving ideas on all aspects of the big day including : the dress, bridesmaids, the groom, flowers, cake, venue/reception, photographs, hire car, music & entertaiment, honeymoon, food & drink and anything else I may of missed. So if anyone has any tips, or have their money saving experinces they would like to share. I would love to read about them. Thanks.
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