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: How can I find out exactly how much I paid my investment adviser? How do I stickhandle a complaint against my adviser? What to do when your financial advisor changes firms What are the top complaints Canadians have about banks? Planning for kids when buying a home Should I put my kids on a budget, or let them make their own money mistakes? Have you asked your financial advisor these tough questions? How to survive the Great Canadian Salary Slowdown What’s the No. 1 money lesson to teach your kids? How to move your money between RRSPs and TSFAs Front Street Capital, Aston Hill to combine: What you need to know Are today’s kids the most spoiled generation ever? Pay attention to these financial lessons from the very rich ‘Give yourself a Rick Ross spending account’ and other millennial budget tips 'Battle of the Brides' showdown in Russia How can parents save on phones and computers for their kids? Three costly mistakes seniors make How can parents push back against big school supply bills? Outcry over thousands spent on photos prompts minister to review policies Why Marisa Tomei is working to empower the visually impaired 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?