Amun-Ra : $50,000 Wedding Ain't Worth It!

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First of all, If I am paying 50k to 75k for a wedding, I will already have purchased a house and created money for the future kids and myself and da wife. Usually you will not spend that kind of money on a wedding and be broke thereafter. Also you can purchase wedding items from Blacks, there are brothers and sisters in the wedding buisness. :)
 

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that's true but only a hand full and there are many that don't think
ahead as you are and they just jump the broom for that moment of sweet
beauty it's to much for a few hours today living just too high for that kind
of spending , but i feel you big time

Did you know there was like 80% of the couples who felt they would be set
and had all the twist and turns worked out and once married they found
themselves in debt within the first year which have started family problems
i've witness it more then i like to see .
 

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I would not spend a lot on a wedding. It indeed is not worth it. I think it's more for show than anything. It's not going to make your wedding anymore memorable than it would be if you spent $10,000. If it does make it more memorable, then maybe there's something wrong with the relationship. A wedding above all should be about the two people getting married, not the show that goes along with it. All these big time celebrities spend millions on their weddings and turn around and divorce a year or two later. There are way too many things you can do with that money...and if anything...save it. You can never have too much money in the bank. To throw it away just because you can (at the moment) is foolish. I understand that people want someting to remember, and that's all good and that's their business, but after it's all said and done, you'll might miss that $50-$100k more than you remember where it went. Nothing is guaranteed. Money comes and goes no matter how much potential and money making savvy you may have. Ever heard the saying :happens:
 

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that is so true kente.....big spending on a wedding is not worth the
later problem many have and will face in life , simply too much i agree
it should be about the two in question not the top choice fancy wedding
and glamor

And to think for a few hours whewwwwww!!!
 

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$$RICH$$ said:
the price to pay !!!
stakes too high
it's now days all about the beauty of it
and what cost most to make it a day to
remember but when it clash down a wast
of money just to say i do and then i don't !
Some women spend elaborately because they want to show off they have a man.

If a couple wants to spend a lot of money put it in a house not in a ceremony that's going to last one day!
 

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