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The American Way of Weddings In our society many youngsters are having sex before marriage It has become such a regular occurrence that many people no longer deem it commonplace Rather than promote abstinence many people spend their time promoting safe sex It is a fact that many youngsters have come to the conclusion that marriage is not for them They feel that it may only end up in divorce so why even bother But when two people are in love and decide to get married it can be one of the most beautiful things in the world Deciding to get married is a very serious decision There are may aspects of life that one has to pay attention to when making such a decision They are the emotional aspect the mental aspect and the financial aspect To have and to hold from this day forward for better or for worse for richer or for poorer in sickness and in health to love and to cherish till death do us part These are the vows that a man and a woman take to become married But even before they take these vows they have to focus on all three of the aspects of life and marriage that are mentioned One of the most important is the financial aspect The American way of weddings can leave many young couples in debt before they even start a life together The simplicity and magic of a wedding that once was has now been turned into tiresome and lengthy planning and praying that everything turns out right That magic that once belonged to the couple-to-be now belongs to the wedding industry On average Americans spend anywhere from 5000 to 20000 on a weddings No longer is it just the bride and groom and few of their family and friends Now a wedding can consist of anywhere from 75 to 188 guests The bride has a maid of honor
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