People alway call and ask me what the average price of a wedding is and Parade Magazine typically does state by state research on this every year! Now remember this is an average, which means you are getting base everything depending on your guest count and location. I gotta be honest this really is not an average for an Indian Wedding unless its an Indian Wedding that only has one ceremony that goes straight into a reception and only has a max of 100-150 guests. This would also mean no Sangeet/Garba events pre wedding day. An average DC Indian Wedding with 150 guests going from ceremony to reception is really more like $50k. Now this of course is determined by what your likes and dislikes are, and which venue you are looking at. Either way its good to get a glimpse of where you stand by taking a peek at this map.
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