Flourish is the theme for this year’s wedding dresses, but how many brides are going to spend so much money on a wedding dress?
A new survey shows that the bride and groom are spending an average of $13,000 on their wedding dresses.
The average bride and bridegroom spend $15,000.
The bride and the groom are also spending $1,600 on a reception gown, $1.4 million on their engagement ring, and $1 million on a bouquet.
Wedding dress prices have increased for the first time since the 1970s, according to a new survey conducted by consulting firm AIG.
AIG’s survey of nearly 1,000 brides, brides-to-be and brides who are in the wedding planning business found that wedding dress spending is up $2,000 over the last year.
The increase is due to two factors.
First, wedding gown manufacturers are making more brides dresses and bridal gowns.
Second, the bride-to to-be is spending more on wedding gowns, with an average $10,000 extra on her wedding gown, according, to the survey.
The survey found that the average bride- to- be spent $3,800 on her bridal dress.
This is more than the bride who is in her 20s and is planning to have a child.
The report comes on the heels of a survey released by the International Academy of Wedding Design that found that brides and bridegrooms are spending more money on wedding dresses than ever before.
According to the report, the average wedding gown costs $1 the bride, $9,600 the groom and $8,400 for reception.
Wedding gowns are also going up in price, with the average gown cost increasing by $400 to $1k.
The annual average cost of wedding gown has increased $9.4 billion since 2000.