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'Once in a lifetime' does not need to involve spending beyond your means for a wedding

It is often too easy to use the "once in a lifetime" excuse to spend beyond your means. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: PEXELS
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SINGAPORE - You get married only once in a lifetime, so everyone has kept telling my partner and I over the past year while we've been planning our wedding.

Eyeing a dress from a bridal boutique that costs significantly more than your other choices? Do it, says a friend, because you get married only once in a lifetime.

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