You don't want your wedding gift to be the one the bride and groom deem the worst they received. Here are pleasing alternatives to seven bad ideas.
Your marriage is for richer or for poorer. Wouldn't you rather know now which it's going to be?
Exotic international destinations, beach vacations and a dash of adventure are in high demand for honeymoons, but there are ways to cut costs and yet retain the excitement.
The average wedding's cost rivals the average millennial's student debt - so the financially responsible way path for couples getting hitched involves breaking with tradition.
Want to see how cultural and shopping trends have shifted in recent years? Have a look at the New York Times' engagement announcements and wedding write-ups. It's all there.
A destination wedding can get awfully expensive for guests. Here's how much of the expense you're expected to bear -- and whether you still need to get a gift.
Can you put a price on true love? A San Francisco ad exec has done just that, offering anyone in her network of friends $10,000 if they set her up with her future husband.
Want to have the wedding of your dreams without ending up in a debt nightmare? Start by forgetting the cliches and figuring out what really matters to you on your big day.
Live-streaming your wedding might seem like just another indulgence, but it could be a financial win-win for you and your out-of-town friends.
Planning a wedding is no small feat, but it's also important to start mapping out what your financial lives will look like after the big day is over.
Money is the No. 1 source of conflict for couples, so before you walk down the aisle, have a serious conversation with your mate about how you're paying for the reception.
With the average wedding costing $27,000 (not including the honeymoon), savvy couples are hunting for savings wherever they can find them.
Savings Experts show you how to purchase the perfect wedding dress that fits your budget.