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No matter how much you budget and plan, it's inevitable: your wedding is going to take a major chip out of your wallet. And for first-time brides, it's hard to know exactly what details are worth spending money on and what can be left out. Luckily, wedding planning website Zola is here to help all new brides plan accordingly. The site recently released their 2018 Wedding Planning Survey, revealing the biggest spending regrets newlyweds had post-wedding. Zola surveyed over 750 newlywed couples to help others plan their big day. Overall, newlywed couples say that their top three biggest wedding planning regrets include: ● Over 1/3 (35%) of couples wished they had hired a videographer ● 20% of couples wish they had hired a wedding planner ● 17% of couples wish they had stressed less about hiring the “perfect” vendors Jennifer Spector, Zola's Newlywed-at-Large, adds that hiring a videographer will help you enjoy your big day with more ease. "Your wedding day can go by so quickly, the best way to savor everything is to hire a videographer," says Spector. "Your photographer might already have a videographer on their team, or recommend someone they like working with to help capture the big day without getting in the way. That way you can focus on the celebration and relive the details for years to come!" In terms of budget, newlyweds have plenty of input on how they wish they spent their money for their big day. Zola listed the following as couple's responses to their biggest wishes for their wedding day, in hindsight. Top 5 wedding elements couples wish they spent LESS money on: 1.

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