This is the time of year where those proposed to during Christmastime start to plan their weddings and those anticipating a Valentine's Day proposal think about what the big day will look like. WOAH! Hold up. How much money will this cost? 

The dream part of the wedding comes easily. Just start a Pinterest board and get back to us in about 49 hours. The finance part of it is the struggle. First of all, who pays for what? How much should we pay for each service? Who has the kind of money it takes to plan a freaking wedding?

 

All this talk of Mr. Right and the simplicity of financing at Simmons Fine Jewelry just stuck with me. If the proposal part of this whole process has options that fit me best, what should I plan for when it comes to the wedding portion of it all?

 

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These are the basics. Now, let's break it down a little bit.

 

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That's for the music but how much does that DJ cost? Should you do live music?

 

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You could just download the Radiopup app in the app store and plug your phone into a speaker. I mean, who else plays ALL the music you like? Huh? Huh?

The good news is that most people pay more than we do. If you're a bride or groom or mother of the bride or the groom's parents (or, really, anyone involved in paying for the wedding), you're in luck. To get married in Idaho isn't as expensive as other states. Phew!

 

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Yep, that number is lower than many states. Get back to me after your heart attack.