ecuador who pays for wedding
According to Ecuadorian culture, it’s custom for the groom and his family to pay for the wedding. Corey will be paying for the entire wedding, according to Evelin.
Should parents pay for wedding?
Should I even pay for the wedding? That’s entirely up to you, of course, but you’re wondering what other parents are doing. According to The Knot’s recent survey, parents of the bride still, on average, pay for the bulk of the wedding costs. But the good news is that many couples do contribute money to the wedding.
Can foreigners marry in Ecuador?
A foreigner may get married in Ecuador but some additional documentation may be required by local authorities, we recommend you have the following handy: Birth Certificate (apostilled and translated) Previous Marriage Certificates (apostilled and translated)
How much do groom’s parents pay for wedding?
The parents of the groom are contributing financially more than they ever have before, covering 24 percent of wedding costs according to a recent WeddingWire survey. And with added financial assistance comes additional wedding planning responsibilities and input.
Who pays for wedding when couple lives together?
Yes, traditionally the bride’s parents were expected to pick up most of the tab while the groom’s parents usually just covered the cost of the rehearsal dinner. But today, more couples pay for the majority of the wedding themselves (nearly 62 percent according to a recent Bridal Guide survey).