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Reception After Wedding, Is It Neccessary?

hi friends, pls i will like to know ur views on this my topic couse to me i see it not been neccessary in the sence that ,after church programe, one can easily entertain guest and let them go to there houses instead of wasting money on reception venue an other expenses on it.

pls ur comment(s) are highly welcome.

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thanks everybody, but it seems its only females that are talking here.

pls i need mens opinion too.

my view is, the fact that church entertains people right there in the church after harvest/anniversary,

so i see nothing stoping our newly wedded couple frm doing the same and save the money or better still invest it for there unborn children.

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i love dancing, so my answer is yes

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I'd say . . .cut ur coat according to ur size.

if u can afford, why not? no need to be selfish, besides its ur day and u would wanna share it everybody.

if u cannot . . then make everyone go to the various houses after the wedding or u just have a very nice wedding and reception for just close family and friends.

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Wedding Reception Tips for Brides Upon a Budget

I would have one for sure. Most important thing is to keep costs low.

If you want some advice, read this.

http://www.articleassets.com/Article/Wedding-Reception-Tips-For-Brides-Upon-a-Budget/22853

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You dont hav to if you dont want to

My cousin had refreshments in the church gradens where everyone took pictures and said hi, lasted for about 1hr or 2 and then we were all gone, twas a very cute and classy ceremony too

receptions can get really crazy esp with the amount of money spent on them

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its not a waste of money abeg,its a once in a life time event,so its worth it

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It is not necessary as the main thing about wedding is the exchange of rings and marital vows in the Church and after that you can entertain the guests present in the Church premises or at home. People are using reception in a rented hall after wedding to raise fund which I termed fund raising ceremony.

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