The Sharing Economy Trend Comes to Weddings
By Staff Writer
Wedding ceremonies have never been just about making a commitment to your future spouse. They celebrate love, but also families and communities. It has been tradition for years for brides to wear their mother’s wedding dress, a set of jewelry from a grandmother or best friend, or to use a family member or close friend’s home as a venue—“something borrowed, something blue,” right? However, at some point, certain stigmas developed around borrowing or sharing anything for a wedding that wasn’t purely for sentimental value. People weren’t proud to be saving; it was an admission of poverty. But, with the advent of the sharing economy in recent years, people are becoming more focused on getting the most out of their money and cutting excess out of both their lives and their weddings.
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