I been with my love of my life for 4 year coming up in May 31th and we been wonting to get married for a very long time and thanks to money we have not got married so please help us
It depends whether you just want to be married or have a nice wedding?
You can get married for a few hundred quid but if you want a big wedding then you’ll just have to keep waiting and saving every penny you can.
4 years isn’t a long time really.
Help with what? Do you want ideas of how to plan a cheap wedding or everyone to chuck in a tenner and pay for it for you?
Not sure what they are asking for here... advice or donations
Cut out the things that aren't important.... go for cheap places.... I got a cheap new dress off eBay, three months from setting the date I was getting married, I loved every minute x
Save like the rest of us
.....this is a joke, right?
Elope. I went to Gretna and got married spent all in all 1000. Which included everything. Me and my husband are short on cash and we did that. Now we're so happy we did.
I've been with mine for 6 years just gone we've been engaged for 3, weve waited patiently for finances to become more stable, we have finally set a date for May 2020 which will Make our relationship 8 years and 2 weeks.... patience is a virtue and if you want the wedding of your dreams then it's worth the wait, trust me xxxx
We don't have the money but we're doing things bit by bit atm
Only costs about 40 quid to get married with just witnesses in a registry office during the week
If your after a huge bash then saving and making sacrifices is probably the best place to start
Cheeky cow! Work, save and pay for it!
If you don't have the money you can't have the wedding , my H2B has worked his backside off and even sacrificed his beloved bike to pay for ours x
Save!! we have been engaged for 15 yrs been together 16 yrs and we have 2 kids, we are finally getting married in 2020. We are saving for it as well as doing things ourselves which is working out cheaper for us
My partner and I have been together for 6 years already and got engaged Christmas 2015. . we finally set our date end of last year for August 2020... We have two young children are renting and only he is working ATM ... We scrimp what we can and do little bits here and there ... Family is helping on both sides but if you want it you've got to work for it .. start saving those pennies!! Ain't no freebies in love it's all hard work!!
Get married in your local registry. You can have just two witnesses, costs £50 with your marriage certificate. Have a get together after. We were together 12 and half years, engaged for 9 and half, got married last week. Only had a big do because we could finally afford it. Had the legal bit with two witnesses then had a normal day where our best friend performed our blessing.
Save your pennies - there’s no rush if you love each other and do want a big day! If it’s important to just be married go for something small.
Getting married isn’t about the money, lavish weddings etc.
Get married at the registry office to cut down or save HARD like everyone else to have the wedding you want.
Be happy that you have someone to love and loves you enough to want to marry.
You don’t need a wedding to show you love someone ✌🏻
Wow... there are these things called savings accounts. If you go to a bank they will open one for you. Move money into it like the rest of us do!
We’ve been together 18 years and tying the knot next year after 3 children and 2 mortgages!! We are saving up for it the normal way, cutting back and putting money aside!!
Registery office on a Wednesday???
Save like the rest of us!
registry office 2 witness and a meal after just 4 of yous
I might set up a justgiving page for my wedding😂😂
( joking obviously).😂x
If you want a wedding of your dreams then start saving. If you don’t have the money that means there will be no wedding. But you don’t have to prove to your man how much you love him by getting married. Some people do. It’s your opinion weather you want the wedding or to just keep showing him the way you already have been. My wedding is July 1st 2020
Does anyone actually vet these posts/requests before they go out?
Do you want a wedding (get saving) or a marriage (registry office)?
Sometimes I think UK bride post these just to cause a stir so everyone comments and it gets more traffic on their page....
We waited 9 years to be able to have the day we wanted....
It doesn't need to cost a fortune, that's just personal preference.
If you're desperate to marry the person you love then it doesn't matter how it's done... A registry office is cheap and easily arranged with 2 witnesses - that's all you need to get married. The rest is your choice 😊
If your really poor ,set up a JustGiving page ?
So really they've been together 3 years and 3 months.....
Always one who sinks lower than the rest, we all worked hard and SAVED
We've been together 10, have an almost 8 yr old son and only just got married 26th July.
It was amazing, we enioyed every second.
But isnt the be all and end all of a relationship! We were basically married anyways without the paper.
Iv been with my partner 10 years and we got engaged about 6 months ago we finally have our wedding booked for June 2020 we would have been together 12 years by then we have 3 children and rent...he works 48 hours a week to pay our bills and I have 3 jobs and work over 60 hours a week to pay bills and be able to pay for our wedding...only 650ish days left then I can drop back down to one job...if you want something that bad you work for it!!!
By the time we get married, we'll have been together 5 years, it all takes time and patience.
We plan to marry in 2020 and when to the day comes all the waiting and saving will be worth it x
No problem, just send your 16 digit card number, expiry date and security code....I'll get the money over to you tomorrow 🤣
If you want to get married, start saving. No one else should have to pay for you.
You can only have what you can afford so be realistic. Register Office wedding then work on how/if you celebrate. Unless of course you want all the pomp n ceremony of a royal wedding. Just so you know you don't get a higher success rate the more you spend
This is a joke obviously?