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Pallas Athena Wedding Gown, Size: 6, Pearl/Sequin Beading. Color:Ivory (Lot 25)
U.S. General Services Administration
June 25, 2015 The agency regularly auctions off surplus government items and is now conducting its first online auction of bridal items. If you need to accessorize, there are also veils, tiaras and bouquets.
March 26, 2015 NPR's Frank Langfitt, who has been driving Chinese people around Shanghai to meet a variety of people and better understand the rapidly changing country, takes his experiment to a whole new level.
Jennifer Miller and Michael Bennett were married at the Smithsonian Natural History museum in Washington, D.C., using PopWed Co.
Maggie Winters/PopWed Co.
July 6, 2014 In these pop-up weddings, locations are never booked, planning is minimal and fingers are crossed that you don't get asked to leave before you finish the ceremony.
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"Bridezilla" or tornado?
July 10, 2012 The public health gurus are using weddings as teachable moments for disaster preparedness. Plan ahead, prepare an emergency kit, and stay informed, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises. But that's just the beginning.
April 3, 2012 An economist, a tailor, and a fabric seller weigh in on why wedding dresses are so expensive. And I find out whether I paid too much for my dress.
November 22, 2011 For today's show, we've collected four Planet Money radio stories that never made it to the podcast.
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August 5, 2011 A better question, according to one economist: Why are brides willing to pay so much?
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December 13, 2010 How to spend less, figure out who to invite and avoid wedding-related fights. Complete with gratuitous economic jargon.
August 12, 2010 California could reel in $492 million in business spending if it allowed gay weddings to resume. A judge Thursday delayed gay weddings until at least Aug. 18.
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