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Poles spending big on weddings: report

11.09.2019 10:00
Poles are spending heavily on weddings, and the country’s nuptials industry is growing by leaps and bounds, according to a report.
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Couples planning to tie the knot usually set aside between PLN 41,000 (EUR 9,500, USD 10,500) and PLN 60,000 in wedding expenses, and parents usually pick up part of the tab, the forbes.pl website has reported.

Thirty-eight percent of couples spend from PLN 41,000 to PLN 60,000; 32 percent pay from PLN 21,000 to PLN 40,000; and 4 percent shell out more than PLN 80,000, forbes.pl reported, citing a recent study.

Poles like big weddings; 38 percent of couples invite more than 100 guests, and 19 percent invite over 150, according to the study.

A total of 192,000 marriages took place in Poland last year, up from 188,000 in 2017, according to the country’s Central Statistical Office (GUS).


Source: forbes.pl