We will ask you a few questions so we can best understand and recommend how to be in the best financial shape for your wedding.
Did you know?: The average American wedding costs $30,000.
Tip: The safest way to pay for your wedding is a credit card. This ensures your vendor payments are accounted for if anything goes wrong.
This will help us understand where you are in the planning process.
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This will help us determine the best rewards type for you!
Tip: Credit cards with an annual fee usually have added perks such as travel insurance!
If you are unsure, it is okay to guess. PS- this will not affect your score!
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