Britons are shunning the big white wedding in favour of getting on the property ladder.
52% of the population have said they would prioritise putting their savings towards their house deposit, where as only 12% of people picked funding their wedding.
With the average cost of the wedding now hitting £20,000 – the findings from Barclays show one in ten people have decided to downsize their nuptials or delay them in an effort to save for a house instead.
With a typical house deposit now setting you back around £16,000 – it's not surprising couples are having to pick between their wedding bells or door bell.
Which would you pick between the two? Let us know your thoughts…
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