Study: Couples Who Throw Big Weddings Have Happier Marriages

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Study: Couples Who Throw Big Weddings Have Happier Marriages

A new study of married couples found that pairs who threw big weddings, defined as having 150 guests or more, reported having happier marriages than those who had weddings with 50 guests or fewer. What do you think?

  • “You can’t even put together a decent registry with 50 guests.”

    Danielle Vonn
    Urban Farming Expert
  • “Without a doubt, the more emotionally and financially entangled you are in your distant relatives’ lives, the happier you become.”

    Carter Benson
    Airport Shuttle Driver
  • “I hope this doesn’t encourage some couples to throw lavish wedding ceremonies beyond their financial means.”

    Rob Tollinger
    Suitcase Packer