Here’s what to consider as you plan your wedding… and create a plan to pay for it.
Getting married and planning your wedding is a big deal. But that doesn’t justify spending more than you can afford… or sabotaging all your other savings goals for the sake of throwing one giant party for hundreds of people.
People were really interested to know how much Eric, as a financial planner, would spend on his own wedding — so we decided to start talking about it to give people a new perspective on how much to spend and the whybehind that rational.
In this episode, Kali and Eric both shared some of their thoughts on how they planned their wedding, how much they spent on it, and why they determined the budget they set was the right one for them.
Jump into the episode here, or check out detailed show notes and takeaways below:
Further Reading & Resources Mentioned in the Show
- Read the original blog post we wrote when we were planning for a wedding… and figuring out how much to spend on ours.
- Special thanks to Matt Goren of Nothing Funny About Money for sharing his interview with Eric. Connect with Matt on Facebook or Instagram.
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