Monday, August 17, 2009

99 Cents Only Store wedding!

I love the $0.99 store, even though I spend WAY too much money there. My thought is always "Well, it's only a dollar!" so I end up with fifty somethings that I really don't need and before I know it I've spent a small fortune. But the concept of getting good stuff for cheap is enough to keep me coming back. If you love the bargain store like I do, you might like this:

Is planning your upcoming wedding too costly?

In this day where everyone is thinking about budget conscious wedding planning and do-it-yourself weddings, there is a rather unusual promotion going on in Los Angeles. If you want to get married and don't have the budget, consider a 99 cent wedding. Yes, you read that right. It seems the discount chain 99 Cents Only Stores has launched a rather unique new promotion. It will host weddings at one of its stores for a total cost of 99 cents. The weddings will take place at it's Wilshire/Fairfax location in Los Angeles, California on 9-9-09 also known as September 9th (or, as they call it the ‘Luckiest Day in the Year’).

According to the company’s website, an ordained minister will officiate at the ceremony, and all the decor will be created from items offered in the store.
Prospective couples have until 24 August to sign up for the deal.

Better hurry! But I think 99 Cents Only is exclusive to the West? Plus, in California we have In-N-Out. Sorry, other states.


1 comment:

  1. Here is another cost-effective wedding and reception - for $40.00 in ATLANTA, Georgia
    November 14th – November 16th, 2009

    “40-40-40” for the children
    ~40 weddings~ in 40 hours…. for $40 dollars

    This one helps the Atlanta Children’s Shelter

    For only $40.00/bride and $40.00/groom, you will get a wedding ceremony followed by a complete reception with 1st dance, cake cutting, bouquet toss, etc..

    The entry fee includes venue, Officiant, flowers, DJ, and much more.

    Go to: to find out more about this historic event. All advance proceeds will benefit the Atlanta Children's Shelter.


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