Iâ€™ve already replied to this thread but Itâ€™s so interesting reading through the various responses. We never considered asking either of our parents for financial support, although this may be due to the fact that they contributed toward the down payment on our home two years ago - yes we put the cart before the horse, but we wanted to take advantage of the $8K government incentive.
Posted 12 April 2012 - 06:46 PM
We are paying for our own wedding. We didn't ask our parents or anyone. My step mom nicely offered to pay for my dress, but I declined the offer. We just figured we should do it ourselves considering our situation. We are a little older, already have a house, etc.
Posted 12 April 2012 - 11:21 PM
i couldn't imagine asking for money on such a big event. If it is offered I would be more inclined to accept.
Posted 13 April 2012 - 02:19 PM
were getting married 2013 (second marriage for both of us ) and never asked nobody for anything but my dad paid for my dress on a recent trip to las vegas and offered us money towards costs and also my other half parents have matched the same amount of money so we got a good start everything above that will be paid by us x
Posted 06 June 2012 - 10:01 PM
A wedding party needs big budget.You can go to:Payday Advance for financial help. With the wedding season almost here, you might need a little bit of extra cash to get through it. Whether you are some kind of vendor trying to provide goods to the brides or the bride and groom yourselves, you might need a payday loan. These loans will help you pay some of the expenditures so you do not lose your spot to somebody else or help pay for the product before you get paid after the big day.
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