Saturday November 28, 2020

Here comes the bride . . . and the bill

Spending on weddings is increasing again, albeit cautiously

13th March, 2016
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The average cost of a wedding is now €22,000 Pic:iStock

Such is the wedding business that economic turbulence doesn’t necessarily hit those in the sector until long after it has wiped others out.

Irish couples booked lavish ceremonies and receptions before the crash and as the country creaked to a halt, they walked down the aisle mindful that their big day would leave a big dent in their finances. If they had only known what was in store, maybe they wouldn’t have opted...

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