If you’re planning to get married anytime soon you’ll want to allow yourself plenty time to think about the event you want to throw. Minted polled 2,000 Americans who have had a wedding in the last year and found planning takes 528 hours or 22 full days.
It was said that the average engaged person spent 12 hours a week planning their wedding, and finding the perfect venue came in as the top time-consuming activity. Twenty-five percent of those surveyed said this was the most challenging part of the planning process. Eighteen percent also said they clashed about arranging the catering, and 19 percent disagreed over who would be in the wedding party.
The average couple said they had four disagreements with their partner over the course of planning their wedding, but 23 percent said they had zero disagreements. And it’s not all bad news, as 94 percent said having the help of their partner made the whole thing a lot easier and more enjoyable, and 46 percent said they wouldn’t change a thing about their special day.
How much time have you or did you spend on planning your wedding?