Ladies, Here Are The Best And Worst Cities To Get Married

February 8, 2016  |  

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I think most brides can agree that planning a wedding is a full-time job, but according to this WalletHub study, some ladies face greater hurdles than others—and it’s all related to the city in which they choose to say “I do.” After doing extensive research, WalletHub’s team of financial analysts compiled a list of the best and worst cities to get married based on factors such as average wedding cost, wedding facilities, services, activities, and attractions.

According to the study, some of the best cities to get married are:

  1. Orlando, Florida
  2. Las Vegas, Nevada
  3. Atlanta, Georgia
  4. Tampa, Florida
  5. Springfield, Missouri
  6. Cincinnati, Ohio
  7. Salt Lake City Utah
  8. Miami, Florida
  9. Boise, Idaho
  10. Tucson, Arizona

The top ten worst cities to get married include:

  1. Boston, Massachusets
  2. Fremont, California
  3. Oxnard, California
  4. Jersey City, New Jersey
  5. Fontana, California
  6. Anchorage, Arkansas
  7. Worchester, Massachusets
  8. Newark, New Jersey
  9. Yonkers, New York
  10. Morena Valley, California

Springfield, Missouri was found to have the lowest average wedding cost, followed by El Paso, Texas and Chattanooga, Tennessee. San Jose, California had the highest average wedding cost, followed by Oxnard, California and Honolulu, Hawaii.

WalletHub

WalletHub

As far as bridal shops go, Salt Lake City, Utah and Cincinnati, Ohio had the most per capita, while Glendale, Arizona and Newark, New Jersey were said to have the least.

WalletHub

WalletHub

Have you tied the knot in any of the aforementioned cities? We’d love to hear about your experiences.

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