• The DIY Wedding

  • How to Bootstrap Your Way to the Perfect Wedding
  • By: Jennifer Cox
  • Narrated by: Alison Pitt
  • Length: 29 mins
  • Categories: Home & Garden
  • 2.0 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It's your wedding!

Weddings are a multibillion-dollar industry. Couples spend thousands of dollars on huge weddings, often with borrowed money. The first step in the relationship is into debt!

In this book, this social norm is turned on its head. I am going to describe exactly how you can have a beautiful wedding and, in some instances, save money. It's most definitely possible, and I am a testament to it. I was able to plan and have my wedding for under $1,000. It is tough, and you will have to be creative, but it's most definitely possible!

To start your marriage off in the best possible way, listen to this book today! You're about to learn how to save money on:

  • Invitations
  • Rings
  • Venue
  • The dress (it's possible!)
  • Much more!

©2015 Diego Tarnas (P)2016 Leopard Publishing

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it deserves 0 stars

I wasted a credit buying this book. it gives no new information for saving money, other than vague inclinations, and in other areas it doesnt save at all. such as, suggesting an all inclusive wedding. nah, bruh.