Attending a wedding? Here's how to save some cash Add to ... Featuring video from CTVNews.ca Published Tuesday, Jun. 25, 2013 12:25PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jun. 25, 2013 12:30PM EDT It's not just the bride and groom who have to budget. Guests must manage their costs too Watch More Video: Just how much less money do we spend in retirement? Endless love: Regina couple celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary Why people in their 30s seriously need to develop a financial gameplan Cashing in: Why the payday loan industry is thriving in B.C. Bank of Japan goes below-zero to revive economy but will it work? Three ways to teach kids about money Do I have to live like a monk to save enough for retirement? Should everyone save 10 per cent of their income? How to take control of your personal finances in rocky economic times How to manage your investment portfolio when the markets are tough Hard times: Why homelessness is on the rise in Saskatoon How do I know if I should avoid RRSPs like the plague? Steve Carell on how 'The Big Short' makes the finance world 'sexy' What’s the profile of someone who should definitely use RRSPs How the low Canadian dollar is a boon to Toronto's movie-making industry Why diabetics with dry skin need to be extra careful in the winter Why do so many retirees hate RRSPs? Vancouver inventors devise new jeans specifically for climbing and yoga Should you use your home equity to pay off your credit card debt? Tips on building a budget that will work for you Comments AA More Related to this Story Money matters Carrick on money: Thanks for the wedding gift, cheapskate Brides reject wedding guest’s gift basket, feud goes viral Is this the best wedding photo ever?