10 tips to cut wedding costs
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9. Open a new credit card.
Before you spend a dime on the wedding, get a new credit card with maximum frequent flier miles. Since a wedding is expensive no matter what, you're sure to rack up the miles. Cash them in and save on the honeymoon.