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If you want to get married but you're on a budget, that means you might have to cut back on a few things and risk it perhaps not being the incredible blow-out you'd hoped it would be.
Well, fear no more, because Wetherspoon have come to the rescue. Yes, you read that right - the chain of cheap and cheerful pubs where you can get a beer and a burger (or a curry) without breaking the bank have introduced an all-inclusive wedding package.
For the reasonable price of just £3,000 - which, let's face it, is a bargain compared to what most weddings cost - you get exclusive use of The Knight's Templar Wetherspoon on Chancery Lane in London.
Up to 100 guests can then party the night away until 1am on a Saturday or midnight on a Sunday and have a three-course meal to help soak up the booze.
Speaking of booze, the package includes sparkling wine for the toast and Coldwater Creek wine to accompany the meal. And if you're desperately craving a pint of bitter, you can always pop to the bar and order one.
The package also includes table decorations - because you can't have a wedding without table decorations - and a post-meal capacity of up to 300 people.
You don't even have to sort entertainment out if you don't want to - the venue will provide a DJ to play all the cheesy hits you'd ever want to hear.
You can also arrange a live band or your own DJ, but you have to pay for either of those things yourself. Even Wetherspoon can't give you everything.
That's not all - a wedding host is also included in the cost and the chain will provide assistance with hotel bookings for anyone who needs one.
Wonder if they'll help to organise games like this?
CHECK OUT THIS MR. AND MRS. GAME AT A WEDDING:
At the moment, it's just the one location that offers this service. Presumably they want to see how well it fares before introducing it across the board at the nearly 1,000 Wetherspoon there are in the UK.
Despite that, we have a feeling it might be quite a popular option so it may well expand to other towns and cities in the not too distant future.
We wonder who's going to be the first person to book it - and whether we'll get an invite.
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