Wedding Dress For Happy Couple in Love

Wedding Dress For Happy Couple in Love (Photo credit: epSos.de)

Weddings are usually expensive, but a couple from Scotland has proven that you can get married on a tight budget.  Georgina Porteous and Sid Innes spent only £1 on their big day.  They didn’t have to pay for the venue, a barn behind their house.  An aunt made the cake and the guests brought their own picnic.  The groom wore a suit he had bought years before and the bride bought her second-hand vintage dress online for a pound. Even the rings were free: they were hand-made from antlers found in the garden.  The couple chose this type of wedding as part of a self-sufficient life-style.  It was a huge saving if you consider that the average wedding in Britain costs £20,000.

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Read by Annette (Scottish accent).

Study the words

Proven– demonstrated
On a tight budget– at a low cost
Big day– important event
Venue– location
Groom– the man who is getting married
Second-hand– not new, used
Antlers– the horns of a deer
Self-sufficient– not needing to buy things
Huge– very big
  

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