Planning A $12K Wedding In Santa Barbara, CA | Millennial Money

11-Fev, 2021
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Kayla, 29, and Andrew Picciuto Elia, 33, spent just over $12,000 for a 18-person wedding that had a sticker price of $40,000. They got married on July 17th, 2020 in Santa Barbara, CA. The couple asked friends and wedding industry colleagues to donate or trade their services to save money on their big day.
This story is part of CNBC Make It’s Millennial Marriage series, which profiles couples around the world and details how they planned and paid for their wedding.
When Kayla and Andrew Picciuto Elia got engaged in February 2020, they dreamed of a 300-person Memorial Day wedding, complete with numerous musical acts, an epic dance floor and free-flowing wine.
But when the pandemic hit in early 2020, they knew they had to change their plans. The Santa Barbara residents decided to cancel their big May wedding in favor of an intimate ceremony and dinner with just 18 family members in July. It was still “glamorous” and “divine,” Kayla, 29, says.
The small size and mid-pandemic timing weren’t the only things that made the couple’s big day unique. They spent just over $12,500 for a wedding that had a sticker price of $40,000, thanks to help from their friends and connections in the wedding industry.
“At the end of the day, what we realized was important was family, togetherness and also food,” Andrew, 33, tells CNBC Make It. “Sharing a meal and celebrating with family and breaking bread with family were all the key elements that we wanted to include.”
Pivoting wedding plans amid a pandemic
Andrew first noticed Kayla in 2015 when she took “his” seat in a coffee shop they both frequented. But she was the one who finally broke the ice months later when the coffee shop was evacuated due to a fire alarm. “So what are you reading right now?” she asked as they stood on the sidewalk outside. (His answer: “East of Eden” by John Steinbeck.)
They quickly became close friends and started dating in July 2017. “He spoke the unspeakable and asked if I was in or out,” Kayla remembers. She was all in.
They also started a business together, Party Proper, in December 2017, providing DJ and sound services for weddings in the Santa Barbara area, which they run full-time.
At the end of 2019, they decided they were ready to get married and made vague plans for a wedding at the end of 2020. But when they found out Kayla was pregnant, they decided to speed up the timeline. “We felt an added urgency and excitement to get married as soon as possible,” Andrew says.
“We just did things in our own order, and I’m fine with it,” Kayla says.
They sent out invitations in early March for a Memorial Day celebration. But less than a week later, their home state of California went into lockdown in order to slow the spread of Covid-19. Within a few weeks, it became clear that their big wedding wasn’t going to happen.
They still wanted to get married before the baby arrived. While they knew they could easily go to the courthouse and call it a day, they weren’t sure they wanted to go that route. Would they be disappointed by a smaller guest list? Would a stripped-down version of their vision be just as meaningful?
Ultimately, they decided the wedding was about celebrating their love for each other and pivoted to a small, family-only ceremony and dinner before the arrival of their baby. They hope to be able to plan a bigger party later on. The inspiration for the event went from a music showcase with a crazy dance floor to “a desire to showcase our love for each other,” Andrew says.
“We focused on our baby. We focused on each other. We focused on togetherness,” Kayla says. “These were always values for us, but they had new significance because of the intimacy of our smaller wedding.”
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Planning A $40K Wedding For $12K In Santa Barbara, CA | Millennial Marriage

  • What’s your wedding budget breakdown? Share your story with us for a chance to be featured in a future installment of Millennial Marriage:

    CNBC Make ItCNBC Make It20 kun oldin
    • $1k for my wedding, party of 3 (including our dog). $90 for the venue. But that was our preference. We were saving up for our first house, plus I didn't want any family there to stress us out lol. I'll have to make a video about it on my channel, hmmm.

      Nefaria AdventuresNefaria Adventures15 kun oldin
    • Hey CNBC! Jenelle and I still haven’t had a wedding yet. Should we apply?

      Ver Starr - The Commuter ExperienceVer Starr - The Commuter Experience19 kun oldin
  • LOL I did my entire wedding in Canada for 32k, 190 guests. While I know a bride who has been waiting to get married and paid precovid JUST FOR A VENUE FOR 34K 😂 they aren’t allowed to break their venue contract because they’ll only receive 30% back if they do. Weddings are a rip off. Best advise to save money on a wedding is not to spend money on real flowers, just order silk bouquets etc. Most companies let you keep them afterwards

    thestylestatusthestylestatus7 soat oldin
  • They're made for each other 🙄

    Who MeWho Me2 kun oldin
  • I sincerely apologize for commenting here. I'm not a bad person, just a desperate one. 💔 Do you have an extra $1? Saving to get a working laptop - to start a homebased job (only way for me to earn again). Lost so much since 2020.

    Read my ABOUT section PLEASERead my ABOUT section PLEASE4 kun oldin
  • This was misleading because it was a tiny a** wedding. 12k for 18 wedding guests is A LOT of money. Not even going to bother finishing the video.

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    Le Quoc HoanLe Quoc Hoan11 kun oldin
  • Sorry but this is not impressive.

    Nastii NateNastii Nate13 kun oldin
  • $12,000 for an 18 person wedding (plus the couple and the kid) is still $570 per person. That would come out to over $80,000 for 150 guests.

    Juan Way TripsJuan Way Trips13 kun oldin
  • Im from the Boston Area currently planning a 20k wedding for about 9k and actually finding ways to lower the cost

    JasmineJasmine14 kun oldin
    • 1st tip guys, PAPERLESS me

      JasmineJasmine14 kun oldin
  • It only costs $250 to get married,

    chrischris14 kun oldin
  • Please save that 12 thousand go straight to the justice of the peace.

    Sweetness OverloadSweetness Overload14 kun oldin
  • Plot twist: next to wedding place, there is homeless camp.

    Thet HtarThet Htar14 kun oldin
  • Weddings are unnecessarily expensive due to venues and vendors overcharging. I spent $1k on my wedding, party of three lol (including our dog). Bridal makeup was advertised as $160, but a regular full face of makeup was advertised as $70 - there's no difference between the two, but places know they can charge 2-3 times the prices when they throw in the word "wedding" or "bridal".

    Nefaria AdventuresNefaria Adventures15 kun oldin
  • $200 was the ACTUAL price for her HAIR!

    Susan XSusan X15 kun oldin
  • Hmm so you had help from your parents and still paid $667 per guest at $12k. For $40k people usually have 150-200 people, that’s $200-$267 per head. We had everything listed for our wedding but paid no where close to the “real value” these guys listed lol. Their value at $40k is wayyyy offf

    Steven AuSteven Au16 kun oldin
  • Pandemic did not happen days after March lmfao don't try to rewrite history to avoid backlash

    DuuduuPoopooDuuduuPoopoo16 kun oldin
  • Is 12k considered small for a wedding? My wedding in total cost around 14k and I considered it my “big” dream wedding. Around 200 guests. Buffet food. No DJ but a great playlist with great speakers. Pretty poofy white dress. Photographer and videographer. I was planning to spend less but costs add up, but I consider anything over 10k a lot. I’m from Ontario.

    SafSaf17 kun oldin
  • We are a second marriage and had a modest wedding in 1996. We were ages 46 and 50 then and digging out of my husband's debts and starting over from divorce. We prioritized keeping our wedding modest and sinple, but lots of fun. We were married by my husband's friend, the judge, in an intimate immediate-family only ceremony in the hudges quarters using vows we wrote ourself. This was followed by a fun dance party at Cheek-to-Cheek (since we had met THERE at line dancing a couple of years before.) We wanted the reception to be informal and fun so we encouraged our friends to wear their line dancing clothes and boots, and to plan to dance. We hired line a pair of line dancing instructors to teach line dancing for an hour and then followed up with a couple we we knew who were DJ's. Another friend cooked the food for us as a wedding gift and her family roasted a pig and we smoked a huge steelhead salmon. I carried a dozen red roses and then those roses were our flowers in the venues entry way along with our "family trees" on a large bulletin board. Our table decorations were pink, gray, burgundy and black ballons, our wedding colors. We spent $7,000 on our wedding and this included our simple $350.00 gold wedding bands, and two plane tickets for our son's to fly in from NC and Oregon to be with us on our special day. That money also paid for my sinple, burgundy velvet wedding dress (cocktail style/tea length) and burgundy patent leather shoes. I did my own hair and make-up and my husband wore his favorite suit. The venue cost $500.00 for 4 hours and I wrote, designed and printed off our wedding invitations and addressed and stamped them myself. Another friend took our wedding photographs. We had a memorable as well as fun wedding and reception and have no regrets about how we did it. We have now been married 24 years.

    Donna Allgaier-LambertiDonna Allgaier-Lamberti17 kun oldin
    • Ma'am 7,000 dollars in 1996 was definitely not Modest. You had a lavish wedding and that's fine.

      Fatima AniFatima Ani12 kun oldin
  • Our wedding was also in SB, $25k 50 people, so this video is nbd.

    Mercedes GLAMercedes GLA17 kun oldin
  • Wait to the leftist get a hold of this!!! You marry to raise children, because the commitment creates stability and is a selfless act sometimes obscured by the ceremony itself....what???? It was a lovely wedding and a huge thanks to the stand up guy!

    samaria haysbertsamaria haysbert17 kun oldin
  • Can’t wait for Graham to see this!

    Candice KellyCandice Kelly17 kun oldin
  • Nice work 🌠✨🎆

    Ebay AddictsEbay Addicts17 kun oldin
  • NO WAY she is 28!!! NO WAY!!!! More like 40 or even older!!!!!!!

    Lorraine A.Lorraine A.18 kun oldin
  • COVID-19 has a Silver lining.

    Darryl NelsonDarryl Nelson18 kun oldin
  • I wonder when they had the wedding and how they were allowed given that restaurants were closed? Out door seating I guess? Maybe they had connects with local government officials?

    Fernando GalindoFernando Galindo18 kun oldin
  • Graham better react to this. Maybe he can react on Valentine’s Day 🤭

    ValVal18 kun oldin
  • Yaaaaaassssss!!!! This series!!!!!!

    Dr. Tanaka DuneDr. Tanaka Dune18 kun oldin
  • Spent zero on photographer yet $2k on engagement ring. Oh well. Glad that I'm not having same brain like them. I'm planning to get married overseas, hire decent photographer, get a cheap ring ans travel a lot. No wedding party maybe just a nice dinner with our families to celebrate.

    VicVic18 kun oldin
    • They spent zero on photographer because the person was most likely their friend.

      Bee DeeBee Dee17 kun oldin
    • 2k is a pretty cheap for a ring

      Dana MarieDana Marie17 kun oldin
  • This was beautiful! I loved (and completely teared up) at the vows to their baby! That was so sweet! Congratulations!!

    Brooklyn RedbirdBrooklyn Redbird18 kun oldin
  • This is not impressive #s for any one who has a brain and can do simple math. Their 5 course meal averaged to $272 per person and the total wedding expenses averaged to $545 per guest. That's a lot to me. I hope Graham Stephan reacts to this video. I would love his thoughts.

    Side Hustle VikkiSide Hustle Vikki18 kun oldin
  • Graham will go to town on this one

    CaraCara19 kun oldin
  • So they didn't save, they just let others pick up the tab, lame!

    Joe ZazuJoe Zazu19 kun oldin
  • Wow that's great the save a tone of money. i don't know who needs to hear this, you've got to stop saving money.invest some part of it if you really want financial freedom.

    Cedric GreatCedric Great19 kun oldin
    • Mr Roland lerch is a well known certified bitcoin and stock exchange trader. He taught me all the ethics of trading i know today.

      Cleo JessyCleo Jessy19 kun oldin
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      Kelvin HowellKelvin Howell19 kun oldin
    • This Expert must be very good at what he does . Well am gonna find out myself, writing to him now.

      Kelvin HowellKelvin Howell19 kun oldin
    • How can i reach him? I really need to start investing in a good platform like his.

      Josh LoveJosh Love19 kun oldin
    • I run a grocery store in Ukraine and during the pandemic i wasn't able to run my business properly and the cost of living is really hard still i contacted Mr Roland lerch and traded with just $1000 and made $7000 in two weeks and half. Right now my passive income is higher than my grocery business.

      Steve JackSteve Jack19 kun oldin
  • CNBC did the cameraman's job 😂

    priyansu sekharpriyansu sekhar19 kun oldin
  • @grahamstephan

    Rose SchoonhovenRose Schoonhoven19 kun oldin
  • That duster😻

    rmperez529rmperez52919 kun oldin
  • They saved a ton of money!🙌🏾

    rmperez529rmperez52919 kun oldin
  • weddings must be very expensive in the US...we did a 4,000 USD wedding with 450 people in 2014

    George King'oriGeorge King'ori19 kun oldin
  • OHHH I HOPE Graham reacts to this!!!! I would love to hear his view on weddings and how much people blow on them!

    Samantha MeronSamantha Meron19 kun oldin
  • 2:11 they were pregnant???

    Himmel SamuelHimmel Samuel19 kun oldin
    • @Himmel Samuel what?? You’re reply is irrelevant.

      Diamond AndersonDiamond Anderson16 kun oldin
    • @Diamond Anderson things can be normal and trendy but not accurate, that's what I'm saying when u get a massage and get charged up the therapist don't say we got charged up even though he/she charged u up

      Himmel SamuelHimmel Samuel17 kun oldin
    • What’s the question here? It’s normal for a couple to announce “they” are pregnant or expecting. Of course she is carrying the child but she didn’t get pregnant on her own.

      Diamond AndersonDiamond Anderson19 kun oldin
  • I love a shotgun wedding!

    CC19 kun oldin
  • So I think they did fairly good except for the food costs… Until I saw at the end they are planning on throwing a bigger wedding later this year... I don’t see a reason for it tbh, your potential guests, understand the circumstances... no need to try and prove yourself

    H LevinH Levin19 kun oldin
  • Love this channel so much!!

    shakira naeshakira nae19 kun oldin
  • What I liked about this the most is that they leaned into their resources and asked for help. I had a non traditional wedding in 2014, so many offered to help us make it great. Our wedding was a two day event that cost us $3k and had approx 80 guests.

    Amber EAmber E19 kun oldin
    • Good for you. 3K seems much more reasonable.

      SpunkymunkySpunkymunky19 kun oldin
  • 300 guests? Ew

    Paul HoPaul Ho19 kun oldin
  • Can't wait for Graham to react!

    Andres GalindoAndres Galindo19 kun oldin
  • Wait -- so after spending $12k on a wedding that they're perfectly happy with, they're still planning ANOTHER wedding for 2021? Seems a little excessive especially after they claimed to have had a "financial awakening" this year, and still needed financial help from their parents to do this first wedding... But to each their own I guess lol

    PKPK19 kun oldin
    • no!! not to each their own, this has to be stopped before it spreads 😂😂

      Blu CowBlu Cow7 kun oldin
    • I need to make a video: For 22 people in south Florida I had my brother’s full roof top wedding near the ocean/city view with cocktail 🍹 hr/ reception in a beautiful ballroom/ Amazing plated two course meal / center pieces / linen and tables etc. The full wedding- 2,500.

      Alicia RodriguezAlicia Rodriguez15 kun oldin
    • Bc of how much they spent I thought this was the second bigger wedding at first 😂

  • this is honestly very misleading.. I thought I would be able to relate to this couple having the same budget.. but not even close..

    Sydney MaigonSydney Maigon19 kun oldin
  • Invites were pretty. I’d feel bad running it though a shredder. Send me a txt or email to save money

    Joy AustinJoy Austin19 kun oldin
    • Lol

      La CasavlogaLa Casavloga19 kun oldin
  • I’m cheap. Take pictures and go on a vacation.

    Joy AustinJoy Austin19 kun oldin
  • Is it me but does 12k for a wedding seem "fair" now a days ?

    Days with DayVidsDays with DayVids20 kun oldin
    • No I find this really expensive.

      Lea AustermühleLea Austermühle17 kun oldin
    • @Cara Yeah aha. True.

      Days with DayVidsDays with DayVids19 kun oldin
    • Not for 18 guests 😅

      CaraCara19 kun oldin
  • They keep acknowledging covid but any crowd footage shows people right next to each other & no masks....So you should really add on the hospital bills to the cost of this wedding.

    10 O'Swords10 O'Swords20 kun oldin
  • I got married last year it was epic and expensive. I make $35k in two weeks while trading so I couldn't bother spending somewhat $40k above. I don't regret it.

    Robertson TemsRobertson Tems20 kun oldin
  • 12,000? No, thanks. In Covid times they could have spent way less than that.

    Nicole LaneNicole Lane20 kun oldin
  • They spent $333 per person on food. That is astronomical.

    Amanda WalkerAmanda Walker20 kun oldin
  • $12,000 Wedding? New Millennial Money episode/series? Well, guess I'll be watching this again on Graham's channel in like a week...

    MatchaMoney - Financial EducationMatchaMoney - Financial Education20 kun oldin
  • If they're going to have Millennial Money Marriage episodes the next steps should be Millennial Money Child Bearing episodes followed by Millennial Money Divorce episodes. Considering the statistics, you could have the same couples for each of these versions.

    tcgtpltcgtpl20 kun oldin
  • Sooo it was a budget because they work in this industry and had connections? I would have liked something that showed what more people could do to make their wedding affordable

    krisiscorekrisiscore20 kun oldin
    • @La Casavloga I agree. It is.

      s pantss pants15 kun oldin
    • @La Casavloga since they are in the industry I would assume they will also be sending folks their way for business 🥴🤷🏽‍♀️ but yes people should be paid for their services

      Malikah HuntMalikah Hunt15 kun oldin
    • Agreed! I was hoping that was what this video was going to be about

      Nurselife WhitNurselife Whit18 kun oldin
    • I had a few of my friends that did their weddings in their backyards, but they had really good wedding planners with amazing setups.

      noelj317noelj31719 kun oldin
    • Right. I feel like asking people to donate their services feels a bit tacky to me. Everyone deserves to get paid for their trade. Especially since the wedding industry took such a big hit, I’m sure those vendors could’ve used that $.

      La CasavlogaLa Casavloga19 kun oldin
  • I got married for $2,400 at a resort in Mexico!! Well done you two!

    Todd Baldwin - Millennial MillionaireTodd Baldwin - Millennial Millionaire20 kun oldin
  • Graham, whenever you're ready.

    Life With CathLife With Cath20 kun oldin
  • I wish I could have a wedding in Santa Barbara...

    jaybeebabeejaybeebabee20 kun oldin
  • I hope Graham sees my comment.

    Amber EAmber E20 kun oldin
  • They found love in a coffee shop, it’s hard seeing other people living you dreams

    JewelsViewJewelsView20 kun oldin
  • Everyone here wants a cheap wedding. I want a big wedding with all my friends and family. I think you should do what suits you. But shouldn't be judged for wanting a big wedding either. It's a culture thing too. It brings all your friends, family and community joy and closer together. You get to celebrate your love and bring so much joy. A special day with good food, beautiful clothes, dance and song, flowers and gifts, color and sweets and family and friends.

    MridulMridul20 kun oldin
    • I'm ok with a big wedding if you can afford it and still have enough savings afterwards.

      Miss Honey Never CameMiss Honey Never Came20 kun oldin
  • Trapped him!

    Luxe By LoLuxe By Lo20 kun oldin
  • You guys should do a millennial money but with a couple with kids. Maybe even make a new series about it.

    joao lisboa da silvajoao lisboa da silva20 kun oldin
  • Very happy they only spent 12.5k on the wedding instead of 40k. 40k invested would grow to $160k by the time the child is 18, enough for college, to start a business, and more. Don't throw away your child's future for a wedding day. Don't do a second wedding. Put that money towards your own and child's future.

    DominickDominick20 kun oldin
    • Yeah but they don't have 40k 😊

      CaraCara19 kun oldin
    • Okk granpa

      Himmel SamuelHimmel Samuel19 kun oldin
  • Fellow introvert here. I am also waiting for the day a women approached me and asks what type of book I am reading 😊

    Josh PackerJosh Packer20 kun oldin
  • That’s still way more than I would spend on a wedding, but as long as they didn’t go into debt to pay for it, good for them. The fact that they want to do it again in 2021 is a bit much IMO-that money could be put to much better use. But like I say, as long as it’s their money....

    Drew ConwayDrew Conway20 kun oldin
    • It's not their money. The video says they had financial 'help.'

      SpunkymunkySpunkymunky19 kun oldin
  • 😍😍😍this video got me emotional

    ritiksfilmsritiksfilms20 kun oldin
  • Now do divorce

    Financial ShinaniganFinancial Shinanigan20 kun oldin
  • If you're reading this you have potential to create great things. Yes. You.

    The Primest - The Money ChannelThe Primest - The Money Channel20 kun oldin
  • Graham would have the wedding actually make him money instead of pay for one 😂

    Get Your Money’s WorthGet Your Money’s Worth20 kun oldin
    • Oh I hope he sees this 😂

      LisaLisa15 kun oldin
    • @Joy Austin Iced coffee LOL

      Samantha MeronSamantha Meron19 kun oldin
    • I don't know if you would want to review this because the pressure would then be on him to step it up to "Graham's girlfriend" 😅

      noelj317noelj31719 kun oldin
    • With a coffee bar.

      Joy AustinJoy Austin19 kun oldin
  • Because of covid, none of our families could come to the US. So it was just us and one witness. Got the rings of Etsy and reused clothes we already had. We went to eat well afterwards. Total maybe 250$. We're still planning on some sort of celebration after all the pandemic situation is over tho.

    Laia Ferrer ArgemíLaia Ferrer Argemí20 kun oldin
  • We were going to have a cruise wedding in March. 2 days before we were supposed to set sail, Cruise lines were paused. Our families and friends ended up helping us plan a wedding in central FL for less than $2,000 and I wouldn't have had it any other way.

    LostMySauceLostMySauce20 kun oldin
  • I got married for $250 at Circus Circus in Las Vegas. The rings were maybe $100, bought downtown in the wholesale jewelry district of LA. I had just finished my doctorate. We sold all our possessions and took the money to travel around the world for 3 years. It was awesome. Wouldn't exchange that to host an event.

    SpunkymunkySpunkymunky20 kun oldin
    • That sounds wonderful! We went to the courthouse with two witnesses ($237) and had 3 honeymoons. One local, the other two in different countries. Ten years later it's still working out.

      accidentsafeaccidentsafe19 kun oldin
    • Brilliant

      Joy AustinJoy Austin19 kun oldin
    • Best way to do it ever! I know a couple that had a 35k wedding. The husband wanted to have a cheap beach wedding but the wive had something to prove towards her family. They were broke and miserable after the wedding because they used all their savings.

      Miss Honey Never CameMiss Honey Never Came20 kun oldin
  • Planning my wedding at the moment 🙋🏻‍♀️ 👰🏻‍♀️

    Money Talks With A German AccentMoney Talks With A German Accent20 kun oldin
    • @Jessica Gonyao Thank you and congratulations to you, too! 🥰

      Money Talks With A German AccentMoney Talks With A German Accent19 kun oldin
    • Congrats!! Me as well:)

      Jessica GonyaoJessica Gonyao20 kun oldin
    • @Tamara Rene Thanks a lot! ❤️

      Money Talks With A German AccentMoney Talks With A German Accent20 kun oldin
    • Congratulations 🎊🥳

      Tamara ReneTamara Rene20 kun oldin
  • People still chose to get married?

    electrikoptikelectrikoptik20 kun oldin
  • Graham gonna have a heart attack hearing this. He would make it $1

    Elite InvestorElite Investor20 kun oldin
  • A livestreamed, smartphone filmed wedding on a budget? Brilliant.

    Nguyening Lifestyles - Finance, Food, and FamilyNguyening Lifestyles - Finance, Food, and Family20 kun oldin

    Ver Starr - The Commuter ExperienceVer Starr - The Commuter Experience20 kun oldin
  • Every family has a person who breaks the chain of poverty. I hope you will be that person!

    Taresh The EntrepreneurTaresh The Entrepreneur20 kun oldin
    • Stop copying this comment...

      Bell ManBell Man19 kun oldin
  • Pog

    Sam PoorSam Poor20 kun oldin
  • Definitely would not spend $12,000 on the wedding though!

    Life of Kairo - Million Dollar HustleLife of Kairo - Million Dollar Hustle20 kun oldin
  • We’ve had to postpone our wedding 3 times because of travel restrictions 😂

    Life of Kairo - Million Dollar HustleLife of Kairo - Million Dollar Hustle20 kun oldin
  • Our 2020 80k wedding ended up as 80k anyways but delayed the major expenses to 2021 for the big reception, now a 1 year anniversary party. We’ve been planning it since 2018, so we’ve managed to spread out our payments where it’s not as overwhelming as it sounds. But still a little overboard...

    Get Your Money’s WorthGet Your Money’s Worth20 kun oldin
    • That’s almost a house in my area

      Joy AustinJoy Austin19 kun oldin
  • I feel like if I do get married I would skip the wedding or at least do one for super cheap

    Martin Su - Stock and FinanceMartin Su - Stock and Finance20 kun oldin
    • Just go to city hall

      Nicole ANicole A19 kun oldin
  • A new series??!! Holy smokes Graham get ready

    Sam LuiSam Lui20 kun oldin
    • 😂 I used to watch graham but I stopped bcs he gets annoying and posts too much.

      H LevinH Levin19 kun oldin
    • He’s already watching 😂😂 in few hours he will upload it

      Faustin AmbokoFaustin Amboko20 kun oldin