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CT Makes list of priciest states to have a wedding

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True love might be priceless, but a wedding in Connecticut will leave your wallet hurting.

Connecticut weddings are ninth most expensive in the U.S., averaging $41,745, according to a new survey of 13,000 brides and grooms by The Knot.

The national average is $29,858, and larger cities can cost nearly triple that, the report says.

The most expensive place in America to get hitched is Manhattan ($86,916) followed by Long Island ($57,343).

Here is the list provided by The Fairfield Voice

  1. New York City (Manhattan): $86,916
  2. Long Island: $57,343
  3. North/Central New Jersey: $51,287
  4. Chicago, IL: $48,449
  5. NYC Outer Boroughs: $48,449
  6. Santa Barbara/Ventura, CA: $44,214
  7. Rhode Island: $42,469
  8. Westchester/Hudson Valley, NY: $42,444
  9. Connecticut: $41,745
  10. Philadelphia, PA: $40,350
  11. Los Angeles: $38,735
  12. South New Jersey: $38,620
  13. Washington, DC/Northern Virginia/suburban Maryland: $37,487
  14. Southern Florida (Miami, Fort Lauderdale and surrounding areas): $37,210
  15. Boston: $35,512
  16. Houston: $35,475
  17. Louisiana: $35,008
  18. Lehigh Valley/Poconos, PA: $34,488
  19. San Francisco: $33,836
  20. Orange County/Inland Empire, CA: $32,021
  21. Baltimore: $31,964
  22. Chicago Suburbs, IL: $31,489
  23. Detroit: $31,044
  24. San Diego: $30,885
  25. Maine: $29,854

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