Why planning a wedding is more expensive in 2022

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2022 is projected to be the busiest wedding year since 1984 as couples who postponed their 2020 nuptials compete for venues and dates with others who’ve gotten engaged since.

Prices are also up. Experts noted that both inflation (the consumer price index rose 7.9% annually in February, the fastest pace since January 1982) and high demand – driven by COVID-19 disruptions – are causing wedding prices to surge this year. 

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