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Five Reasons To Have A Simple Courthouse Wedding

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Five Reasons To Have A Simple Courthouse Wedding

Five Reasons To Have A Simple Courthouse Wedding

1.

You save money.

The average wedding costs more than $38,000.

2.

There is less stress involved.

3.

The process is quick and painless.

4.

Some city houses have beautiful architecture and have a rich history.

5.

It’s less traditional and personalized to you and your partner.

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