Episode 6: Minimalist Weddings and Robot Takeovers

This week we’ll be discussing the average cost of weddings and honeymoons, planning them out, and what we did and how we would change it if we could do it again.

Also, a quick discussion on Rob’s “fear of robots” due to the fact that he recently got around to reading I, Robot by Isaac Asimov.

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Bushkill Falls

I, Robot by Isaac Asimov at Amazon

Who Would Build The Roads?



2 thoughts on “Episode 6: Minimalist Weddings and Robot Takeovers”

  1. Found the comment section! Thanks for clarifying in this episode! 🙂

    My wife and I were told by the pastor during our premarital counseling that our objective should be to plan for our marriage…not as much our wedding. 6 years later we wish we would have taken this advice and applied it. We spent the “typical” $25,000 on our wedding with little help from our families. This drained us and created a lot of stress leading up to that night. I only really remember two things from that night, how beautiful she looked walking down the aisle and our first dance together.

    We both agreed recently that we could have had the same experience for us with a much smaller wedding. I can count on one hand how many times I’ve watched our video and will say that it wasn’t worth the $4,000 we dropped on it. I think we spent a lot just to please the guests…good food, great music, and top-notch venue.

    Anyway, I hope you guys keep this podcast going. I find that my work day goes by fast with some friendly voices.

    • Sorry it took me so long to find your comment and approve it. Yeah, appeasing the guests sounds a lot like what we did as well, except it was more for some family members.

      I’m really glad to hear you’re enjoying it so far! We’ll actually have the episode answering your email(s) up tomorrow morning!

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