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What to do with having issues in planning a wedding
I am engaged and will be getting married in August 2016. My groom to be lost his job in January 2015 and became employed October 2015. I would like to know if we should continue to plan for the wedding or hold off until we can manage our bills again. Recently, we had a argument about him making a commitment to change and begin to assist with the saving of the wedding. I was able to help with his bill management for the month of December so that it will allow him to have an extra $200 which was suppose to go to the wedding account. My groom to be did not put the money in the saving account but spent the money on Christmas gifts instead for me. I would like to know if I should be angry at him for not following through with the plans or just be calm about everything. I just do not what to do because I feel a little betrayed about him not saving any money and I have been saving the whole year without his assistance. This was the only time I asked for his assistance since he started working. Please help me with organizing my financial planning for my wedding as well as budgeting for my household bills.