Ohio ranks 34th in cost of weddings, with the typical wedding coming in at around $22,000.*
Pennsylvania’s even pricier, at 14 on the list with a typical wedding cashing out at almost $30,000.*
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
You can get married for as little as $100. And don’t think you’re getting some generic quickie knock-off. We’ve had so many people tell us their ceremony was the most beautiful ceremony they ever experienced.
And that’s coming (of course) from the happy couple, but also from older family members who’ve been around a wedding or two through their years.
You can start with a beautiful ceremony and add as much bling, glitz and glamor as you want.
Or none at all.
Either way, you’ll be just as married, and we’ll be just as happy to be part of your special day marking the beginning of a wonderful new life for you both.
* Source: https://www.womangettingmarried.com/this-is-the-most-expensive-state-to-get-married-in/
So here’s something a little different that a lot of couples have started doing for their small wedding or elopement…
Who made the rule that you have to have a wedding cake anyway? Why not a wedding pie?
For one thing, if you’re trying to save money, a pie is a lot more cost effective than a fancy (and expensive!) wedding cake.
And if your wedding is a small affair with just yourselves or maybe a couple of close friends or family, a pie will feed everyone without a lot of wasted food.
Plus, it’ll be unique — even though it’s starting to get more popular, a wedding pie will still set you apart as that special couple who did things their own way. (Not to mention, it’ll be a fun memory when you look back on your special day in years to come.)
Blueberry, pecan, pumpkin, banana creme, peach or good old American apple pie.
So whether you choose to pie or not to pie, just do it your way — and we’re here to help you do exactly that (but you’ll have to get your own pie!).
We’ve been blessed to provide all kinds of happy couples with respectful, caring ceremonies:
- Look for us in Mercer County Pennsylvania and nearby counties in northwest Pennsylvania and northeast Ohio.
- Here’s the phone number: 724-475-4569 (please leave a message if we can’t answer).
- And here’s the email: dr.spyder (at) icloud.com (Just replace the (at) with @.)