With a credit card, you will be able to charge any amount up to your credit card’s spending limit. Then you will be able to pay off that amount at your leisure. Keep in mind, interest rates may apply (they can be 15% or more).
Agreeing to work with wedding professionals and purchasing wedding details will likely be some of the more expensive purchases you will make in a row. Though you may experience a bit of sticker shock, one bonus is you will be able to rack up points with your credit card very quickly.
If you dispute a charge on your credit card with your credit card company with a valid reason, there’s more of a likelihood your credit card company will take your side and return your funds. That’s great news!
Paying for your wedding with a credit card (or shopping with a credit card) can feel like you’re spending “imaginary” or “free” money because it’s not immediately leaving your checking account. As a result, you may find you quickly spend much more on your celebration than you initially intended.
Most credit cards require you to pay interest on any funds you do not immediately pay off each month. Although some credit card companies may offer 0% interest, that’s typically only available for a period of time — and interest can add up.