Smart Wedding Planning: Why Getting Married After Valentine’s Day Is a Budget-Friendly Choice for Anniversary Celebrations

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    Gradiva

      Gentlemen, if you are planning a wedding, consider getting married two days after Valentine’s Day so that you can get her discounted flowers and chocolates for your anniversary.

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      Beronica

        Got married in March. Got a bunch of gold color ribbon and decor on clearance after Christmas. Worked out well.

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        Crystal

          Marry someone who doesn’t care about flowers or chocolate, and doesn’t like diamonds.
          My other half has it easy.

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          Barbara

            If you are thinking that cheaply about someone you are supposed to love before you get married it probably won’t last too long to cost you much.

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            KristenKent

              Bwahaha I was married February 16th. The church was still all decorated from there valentines supper so we didn’t have to do anything.

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              Bonnie

                Smartest ever.
                Buy rings at a pawnshop.
                Know your gems first, can get great deals.
                Diamonds are not worth much once you buy them.

                Worth a look: Transforming Discarded Valentine’s Flowers into Stunning Arrangements: A Budget-Friendly Floral Makeover

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                Rebecca

                  I don’t give a fig about Valentine’s day. I absolutely will accept and love 60% off Godiva or Lindt Chocolate.

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                  Jenna

                    Can also plant seeds prior so you have flowers for the day of. Way cheaper.

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                    Sandra

                      Shooott I’ll be head over heels with them many chocolate covered strawberries, get in my belly!

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                      Liza

                        I’ve got zero interest in marriage or even dating, but that suggestion makes me think perhaps I should reconsider.

                        I already check out the day after Valentine’s sales every year; the only thing that could be better is having someone buying the stuff for me.

                        Consider browsing: How to repurpose clearance Christmas candy and gifts for Valentine’s Day presents?

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                        Kathy

                          And don’t get married on Valentine’s Day because if you ever want to eat out with your loved one you were always have to wait in a big line.

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                          Denise

                            My husband & I got married the day after Christmas. We paid nothing for extra flowers/decorations – everything was already beautifully decorated. AND, when you get married so close to a holiday, only people who really love you make the effort on the day after Christmas!! Lmao

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                            Paloma

                              Marry someone who hates to do the gift giving thing. It’s the BEST THING EVER!

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                              Charley

                                That’s not frugal this is when it is cheap. 😀

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