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13 Real People Share Why It Was Totally Worth Splurging on Their Wedding

GOBankingRates Logo By Cameron Huddleston of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 14: Couples are often willing to open their wallets wide for their special day. On average, U.S. brides and grooms shell out more than $33,000 for their weddings, according to wedding planning website The Knot. Whether it’s worth spending tens of thousands of dollars on an extravagant wedding — or opting for cheaper nuptials — is up for fierce debate.
But plenty of average folks believe that splurging on their big day was money well-spent. These 13 real people spared no expense and shared reasons why certain wedding details were worth the big price tag.

Couples are often willing to open their wallets wide for their special day. On average, U.S. brides and grooms shell out more than $33,000 for their weddings, according to wedding planning website The Knot. Whether it’s worth spending tens of thousands of dollars on an extravagant wedding — or opting for cheaper nuptials — is up for fierce debate.

But plenty of average folks believe that splurging on their big day was money well-spent. These 13 real people spared no expense and shared reasons why certain wedding details were worth the big price tag.

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