2019’s Best And Worst Cities To Get Married In

When picking your wedding venue, your first instinct might be a place that is nearby and accessible for your guests. Although taking travel and convenience into consideration is important, finding a locale that won’t break your budget is just as crucial. And considering the average wedding cost jumped from $27,000 in 2017 to $44,000 in 2018, it’s never been more paramount (or difficult) to save every penny.

Enter finance website WalletHub which compared 180 cities across the United States across 27 key indicators, including wedding friendliness, average wedding cost, stunning venues, event spaces, and hotel availability to find which city was the best bang for your wedding buck. And it turns out, surprisingly, tying the knot in a city wedding is not as unrealistic as one would think. According to the website’s study, the top wedding-friendly cities are also some of the biggest urban landscapes in the country.    MORE

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