Never teh Bride in the New York Post!

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo says, the Manolosphere’s own treasured wedding-expert diva, the Never teh Bride (a.k.a. Christa Terry) has been interviewed for the article in the New York Post!

“Given the state of the economy, people are seeing that it’s smarter to use money they would’ve spent on their wedding on more useful, permanent things like buying a house or a new car,” says Christa Terry, author of “iDo: Planning Your Wedding with Nothing but ‘Net.

Terry says New Yorkers – who spend an average of $46,000 on their nuptials – are getting in on the trend.

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There are plenty of other cost-cutting measures to explore, says Terry. “There are so many great ways to save money that people don’t know about, starting with when and where you choose to have it,” she says.

Terry suggests checking out cheaper reception options like state parks and museums, since many of them charge significantly less than wedding halls and restaurants.

Other ideas include opting for buffet-style meals instead of full-service and choosing simpler favors, like chocolates.

But the best way to trim expenses, says Terry, is to use the Internet.

“It allows you to shop around and compare prices, so you can buy items like flowers and favors in bulk at the best prices,” she says. “Additionally, there’s such a wider variety of products to choose from, which [can] make your wedding more original than those who go the traditional route.”

Naturally, the Manolo is exceedingly proud of his wonderfully talented blogging friend.

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4 Responses to “Never teh Bride in the New York Post!”




  1. Matthew Kimel Says:

    Thats really interesting.




  2. raincoaster Says:

    Yay for Never! Don’t forget the little people!




  3. La BellaDonna Says:

    We are ALL proud of NtB, who is a most cherished part of La BellaDonna’s daily reading! Many thanks to The Manolo, who has brought such witty, incisive group of writers together and shared them with us.




  4. beryl Says:

    The trend even before the current economic crisis has been to skip the big wedding and whatever (if any) parents were willing to spend, put it towards a deposit for a home.
    How sensibly long terms is that. After early years of struggling ourselves, my husband and I can’t complain about our standard of living, but how much easier it would have been to have had a home of our own (well apart from the mortgate) instead of paying out rent to a landlord.

    Beryl













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