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Majority of Americans think you can’t have an ‘ideal wedding’ without an open bar

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Majority of Americans think you can’t have an ‘ideal wedding’ without an open bar

Majority of Americans think you can’t have an ‘ideal wedding’ without an open bar

Americans' ideal wedding costs over $42,000, according to new research.  A poll of 2,000 Americans between the ages of 18 and 55 who plan on getting married found the perfect wedding would cost $42,310,48 total.  For their ideal wedding, Americans desire an open bar.

Sixty-one percent would have free drinks at their dream wedding.  In fact, 44% would want formal attire for their wedding and 48% reveal they want a band instead of a DJ at their wedding.  The study conducted by Minted Weddings examined the wedding features that make up the perfect wedding and discovered 48% evision something different than the traditional wedding celebration.  From flowers and colors to who gives a speech and how long it lasts, Americans are opinionated when it comes to their ideal wedding.  Nearly half (49%) of respondents say white is a color they definitely want to include in their wedding while a further 36% are unafraid of having black as part of their color scheme.  And when it comes to flowers, roses top the list of wedding flowers (50%) followed by tulips (36%), lilies (35%), baby's breath (31%) and gardenias (28%) rounding out the top five.  Three in 10 said they'd prefer a more modern theme over the traditional church bells and a ballroom.  But how many people would be in attendance at Americans' dream wedding?

Just under 100.

The average respondent reveals their ideal wedding would be comprised of 92 guests total.  Forty-six percent of respondents say the father of the bride would give a speech while a further 43% say a mother of the bride speech is essential at their dream wedding.   But everyone's speech should be a tight 10 minutes or less, according to the respondents.  "Couples planning a wedding want stationary that is uniquely designed and one-of-a-kind.

From wedding websites and address collections to save the dates and seating charts, we always put design first so every couple can find their dream wedding stationery" a spokesperson for Minted stated.  Americans are not ready to compromise for their dream wedding.

Two in five say venue is a non-negotiable for their ideal wedding.   Besides the location of the celebration, 39% reveal cake is a priority for them while a further 34% say having a best man's speech is something they aren't willing to go without.   And those aren't the only wedding priorities Americans have when it comes to their dream wedding day.

A third (33%) will not compromise on the type of music played.   As a result, 72% of those studied agree that guests rely on a wedding website to provide the necessary information to plan their trip accordingly.   "Building out wedding solutions allows design-oriented couples to bring their wedding dreams to life.

Couples are looking for a website that provides up-to-date information for their wedding weekend.

We are proud to now offer beautifully designed wedding websites that are customizable and unique to each couple" added spokesperson for Minted. 

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Majority of Americans think you can’t have an ‘ideal wedding’ without an open bar

Americans' ideal wedding costs over $42,000, according to new research.

A poll of 2,000 Americans between the ages of 18 and 55 who plan on getting married found the perfect wedding would cost $42,310,48 total.

For their ideal wedding, Americans desire an open bar.

Sixty-one percent would have free drinks at their dream wedding.

In fact, 44% would want formal attire for their wedding and 48% reveal they want a band instead of a DJ at their wedding.

The study conducted by Minted Weddings examined the wedding features that make up the perfect wedding and discovered 48% evision something different than the traditional wedding celebration.

From flowers and colors to who gives a speech and how long it lasts, Americans are opinionated when it comes to their ideal wedding.

Nearly half (49%) of respondents say white is a color they definitely want to include in their wedding while a further 36% are unafraid of having black as part of their color scheme.

And when it comes to flowers, roses top the list of wedding flowers (50%) followed by tulips (36%), lilies (35%), baby's breath (31%) and gardenias (28%) rounding out the top five.

Three in 10 said they'd prefer a more modern theme over the traditional church bells and a ballroom.

But how many people would be in attendance at Americans' dream wedding?

Just under 100.

The average respondent reveals their ideal wedding would be comprised of 92 guests total.

Forty-six percent of respondents say the father of the bride would give a speech while a further 43% say a mother of the bride speech is essential at their dream wedding.

But everyone's speech should be a tight 10 minutes or less, according to the respondents.

"Couples planning a wedding want stationary that is uniquely designed and one-of-a-kind.

From wedding websites and address collections to save the dates and seating charts, we always put design first so every couple can find their dream wedding stationery" a spokesperson for Minted stated.

Americans are not ready to compromise for their dream wedding.

Two in five say venue is a non-negotiable for their ideal wedding.

Besides the location of the celebration, 39% reveal cake is a priority for them while a further 34% say having a best man's speech is something they aren't willing to go without.

And those aren't the only wedding priorities Americans have when it comes to their dream wedding day.

A third (33%) will not compromise on the type of music played.

As a result, 72% of those studied agree that guests rely on a wedding website to provide the necessary information to plan their trip accordingly.

"Building out wedding solutions allows design-oriented couples to bring their wedding dreams to life.

Couples are looking for a website that provides up-to-date information for their wedding weekend.

We are proud to now offer beautifully designed wedding websites that are customizable and unique to each couple" added spokesperson for Minted.




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