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Marry Now, Pay Later: New Services Put Weddings on Installment

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The “buy now, pay later” approach has infiltrated the wedding industry via new programs created specifically to finance events.

Angela Millin, like many brides-to-be, quickly began planning her wedding after becoming engaged in April 2021.

At the top of the to-do list was choosing a date and a venue, and setting a budget. Both her parents and her future in-laws had offered to help pay for the event, but once Ms. Millin and her fiancé settled on wedding this December at the Perez Art Museum in Miami, they became sticker shocked by the various expenses.

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