- A couple has inspired people after they reduced their wedding cost from £14,000 to £1,105
- The couple, Rebecca and Glen Maxwell, got married in cute jeans and T-shirts paired with trainers to reduce their cost
- Rebecca and Glen said they realised that an expensive wedding was not for them once they started planning it
A European couple identified as, Rebecca and Glen Maxwell, has inspired many after tying the knot in T-shirts and jeans. The couple decided to wear T-shirts and jeans to reduce their wedding costs.
They paired the outfit with cute trainers. The couple customised their T-shirts and trainers with the words bride and groom.
In the photos, the bride was spotted with her bridesmaids who also dressed in T-shirts and trainers. They also told their 40 wedding guests, including the best man, mother, and father.
The couple, who got engaged in August 2016, started planning their expensive and big wedding immediately. As the planning continued, they realised that the massive wedding was not for them.
In an interview with Metro UK, the cost of the wedding only gave them stress instead of making them excited about their union.
According to the couple, the original wedding cost was £14,000 (N6.2m), but they were able to cut it down to £1,105 (N400k).
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian student from the Mankessim MA. School in the Central region has gained traction again following another adorable creative drawing of highlife artiste, Dennis Nana Dwamena, famed as KiDi.
The young boy first gained social media stardom when an artwork he designed of the late Ebony Reigns was shared in a popular Facebook page.
YEN.com.gh reported earlier that Kwabena Atta Kakra, a teacher of the boy posted the toddler’s drawing in the group which went viral not long after the post was shared.
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