From the Pinterest-inspired dream venue to that rustic tablescape (what's a table without bundles of lavender bound with twine?) to a DJ who plays just the right amount of your playlist while still appeasing the parents with enough oldies — weddings can be expensive AF. According to Ratesupermarket.ca's 2018 Cost of Love Survey, the average wedding in Canada last year cost $46,401. In the U.S., the average cost is $33,931, according to The Knot's 2018 Real Weddings Study — and that's excluding honeymoon expenses. So who exactly is footing these bills?
First, we asked six millennial women how much their weddings cost, and now we're getting into the nitty-gritty. Ahead, we asked ten more millennial women: Who paid for what at your wedding, and how did you feel about the payment breakdown?