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Why do we spend so much on weddings?  

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Is it a waste of money or utilization for celebration 

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I think it is a waste of money. I agree it is a big day and there is nothing wrong to celebrate it but spending extravagantly just for the sake of it , is not justified. Instead of spending exorbitantly on a single day, one can try to wonder if carrying out all traditions is actually necessary, like the invitations for example. Today, cards can be replaced by digital mediums. There are numerous other ways to cut expenses, if one is willing to do so.

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Most of the time,it is the thought of showing off.Even peoplw with average income bring out luxurious marriage events.They try to satisfy others.A nd many people fell into the pit of debt ,later.

Some people want to have their big day,an actual big day with too much prodigalities .

Maybe our mindset requires much changes,or the unwritten norms must require some serious check.

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Because it is a best day in person’s life.On this auspicious day everyone wants its to be as great as possible everything should be perfect and managed accordingly especially for bride’s father its a matter of pride for which he has been waiting for a long time and he spends large amount of money to make the day special and memorable.

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It’s definitely waste of money. We need to redefine our customs and traditions. Having a small get together with loved ones and spending on them on your big day (wedding) is any day better than wasting money on a wedding where thousands of people are invited which just come to the wedding for the sake of attending it. 

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There are a number of reasons behind this  insensible indulgence. It all starts with media influence. Media industry, particularly the film industry runs on the notion of love and happy endings. They sell romantism and it ends with a lavish FAIRYTALE wedding. This is the first bait that becomes one’s dream and we want to spend lavishly on our weddings. 

The second is the exclusivity of that day. Most people think and hope that they’ll marry only once and making the day memorable is one way. 

Last and not the least, it is a pretentious occupation. Everyone gets married ( nearly everyone) and out doing the others in preparation is a vice that comes along with it.

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There are a number of reasons behind this  insensible indulgence. It all starts with media influence. Media industry, particularly the film industry runs on the notion of love and happy endings. They sell romantism and it ends with a lavish FAIRYTALE wedding. This is the first bait that becomes one’s dream and we want to spend lavishly on our weddings. 

The second is the exclusivity of that day. Most people think and hope that they’ll marry only once and making the day memorable is one way. 

Last and not the least, it is a pretentious occupation. Everyone gets married ( nearly everyone) and out doing the others in preparation is a vice that comes along with it.

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There are a number of reasons behind this  insensible indulgence. It all starts with media influence. Media industry, particularly the film industry runs on the notion of love and happy endings. They sell romantism and it ends with a lavish FAIRYTALE wedding. This is the first bait that becomes one’s dream and we want to spend lavishly on our weddings. 

The second is the exclusivity of that day. Most people think and hope that they’ll marry only once and making the day memorable is one way. 

Last and not the least, it is a pretentious occupation. Everyone gets married ( nearly everyone) and out doing the others in preparation is a vice that comes along with it.

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There are a number of reasons behind this  insensible indulgence. It all starts with media influence. Media industry, particularly the film industry runs on the notion of love and happy endings. They sell romantism and it ends with a lavish FAIRYTALE wedding. This is the first bait that becomes one’s dream and we want to spend lavishly on our weddings. 

The second is the exclusivity of that day. Most people think and hope that they’ll marry only once and making the day memorable is one way. 

Last and not the least, it is a pretentious occupation. Everyone gets married ( nearly everyone) and out doing the others in preparation is a vice that comes along with it.

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There are a number of reasons behind this  insensible indulgence. It all starts with media influence. Media industry, particularly the film industry runs on the notion of love and happy endings. They sell romantism and it ends with a lavish FAIRYTALE wedding. This is the first bait that becomes one’s dream and we want to spend lavishly on our weddings. 

The second is the exclusivity of that day. Most people think and hope that they’ll marry only once and making the day memorable is one way of feeling it’s exclusivity.

Last and not the least, it is a pretentious occupation. Everyone gets married ( nearly everyone) and out doing the others in preparation is a vice that comes along with it.

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