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249 | Minimalist Weddings

249 | Minimalist Weddings

Update: 2020-08-252
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Joshua and Ryan discuss all things weddings—debt, expenses, expectations, responsibilities, ceremonies, outfits, wedding guests, and more—with blogger, author, and matrimonial expert Jessica Bishop, and they answer the following questions:

What are the most common questions regarding weddings? (04:17 )

How do I appropriately manage my family’s expectations regarding the wedding? (08:50 )

Where do most couples go wrong regarding their wedding planning? (09:37 )

Is there any scenario where it would be appropriate to take on debt for a wedding? (12:46 )

How do I maintain a minimalist wedding despite a large guest list? (14:18 )

What are some alternatives to traditional weddings, particularly in light of the global pandemic? (14:52 )

What consumes most of the budget for a wedding? (15:24 )

What is the appropriate number of guests for a wedding? (17:25 )

How do I create a minimalist celebration ceremony rather than a traditional wedding? (19:13 )

What are the different variations of marriages? (20:54 )

What does commitment truly mean in a relationship? (23:30 )

What are some celebration event options for couples? (26:30 )

How do couples arrive at an appropriate budget for their wedding? (26:50 )

What are some of the most ridiculous things that couples have spent their wedding budget on? (27:44 )

What is the appropriate size and cost of a wedding gift? (30:46 )

How do couples set the appropriate expectations with their guests regarding wedding gifts? (31:54 )

What are the most ideal gift registries for weddings? (33:07 )

Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast

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