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Money Never Enough For Your Wedding

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9 out of 10 brides have always grumbled that their money is never enough.

They are always looking forward to their next payday and the next and the next.

They have never known how to get more cash into your purse and knew nothing about loans such as parents’ loans, online payday loans and loans from the bank.

Me too, during that time while I was preparing my wedding.

If you have never planned your own wedding before, you can’t really understand the frustration that we have gone through.

Imagine this! You need to fork out US$2000 for a deposit of a wedding venue plus the food, the transport and such.

But your bank account only has $2200 and your next pay day is half a month later.

You have no choice but to fork out the $2000, leaving with yourself 200 dollars to survive for the next 15 days.

It is not impossible to survive on just 200 dollars but what happens when the photographer needs you to pay another US$500 as a deposit and if no, he will not take up that job.

You really like the photography style of his and you are now swarmed with worries on where to get the money.

Your heart beats faster and you realised that wedding planning is not the best occassion of your life after all.

If you are feeling chest crampness and wedding anxiety, you are not alone.

And it is not the end of the world.

There are many ways to getcash advances. You can get them from parents, siblings, ask for earlier pay (which hardly works) or apply for online payday loans.

How online payday loans work is that you get to apply it online and you are connected with lenders. The best thing about it is you get the money to be deposited into your bank accounts the next day.

And it can certainly tie you over till your next payday, at least for the time being.

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