The 10 Best (and Worst) Cities to Get Married in America

Florida makes quite a showing in this list.

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Weddings aren't exactly cheap. According to , the average cost of a wedding in the United States is actually over $30,000. 

If that number makes your heart pound, you're not alone. And, as it turns out, there are plenty of places across the country where weddings are a little cheaper.

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Yes, it may mean abandoning your dream location — whether that's in , or the  — but these cities on Wallet Hub's are worth considering.

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The financial planning website compared the country's 150 biggest cities, factoring in wedding cost, the number of venues and event spaces, and the availability of hotels, to determine the easiest places to plan your nuptials. 

Taking the top spot is Orlando, Florida, with its large number of event spaces per capita, while Moreno Valley, California came in dead last based on its high wedding costs and low number of venues and hotels.

Check out the 10 best cities (and 10 worst cities) to get hitched below.

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The Best Cities to Get Married

  1. Orlando, Florida
  2. Las Vegas, Nevada
  3. Atlanta, Georgia
  4. Tampa, Florida
  5. Springfield, Missouri
  6. Cincinnati, Ohio
  7. Salt Lake City, Utah
  8. Miami, Florida
  9. Boise, Idaho
  10. Tucson, Arizona

    The Worst Cities to Get Married

    1. Boston, Massachusetts
    2. Fremont, California
    3. Oxnard, California
    4. Jersey City, New Jersey
    5. Fontana, California
    6. Anchorage, Alaska
    7. Worcester, Maryland
    8. Newark, New Jersey
    9. Yonkers, New York
    10. Moreno Valley, California
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