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Melat Nebiyu’s full wedding ceremony

The planning of a wedding can be really daunting at first. The majority of people haven’t given much thought to the budget, even if many have spent a lot of time thinking about the intricate details of how their perfect wedding would be organized.
When you start thinking about guest lists, venues, and photographers, it could be difficult to decide how big to make your budget goal—especially if you’ve never had to do any of this before. To figure out your wedding budget, you can generally apply the calculation below: Increase your yearly post-tax income by 40%. This gives you a figure based on 20% monthly savings over the course of two years, beginning with your engagement and ending with your wedding. Then, you can include any financial support from relatives. The goal is first to calculate how much you can afford to save between now and the day of your wedding before thinking about what you want to buy with the money. Especially if you’re wondering whether (or how much) parents should contribute to a wedding, it may be helpful to have an understanding of how other couples manage their wedding money when you first begin preparing. The annual Brides poll found that up to 70% of couples received partial or full financial support, while 27% of couples paid for their own wedding expenses. Who will pay for what will depend on the circumstances of each household and the fluctuating costs? Even in the past 50 years, there have been major changes to the traditions surrounding marriage and wedding ceremonies. Although it was once common for the bride’s parents to pay for a low-key ceremony and celebration for their daughter, times have changed significantly. Couples today tend to be older and to have maintained full-time employment for longer periods of time. They can, therefore, contribute their own funds to the cost of their wedding.

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