Budget Wedding Ideas

Engagements and wedding plans have been something of a feature on a lot of the blogs I love of late and a few weeks ago I got talking to some lovely ladies about the cost of weddings over on twitter. Considering it is only one day they are pretty damn expensive and you can easily land yourself in a lot debt planning your big day. Worry not, you can get married on a budget. We here at A Thrifty Mrs believe a wedding is one day and a marriage is forever, going forward into your marriage saddled with debt because of one day seems very alien to us.
Mr Thrifty and I planned two weddings. The first a large wedding in a city centre but because we had a devastating loss we decided it was inappropriate to celebrate in such a manner. We scaled back and had a small wedding in a tiny place with very close friends and family only. So we’ve had experience of planning both sides of the wedding spectrum. Both styles of wedding can be achieved without bankrupting yourself, really, I promise – they can! Here are some of my tried and tested budget wedding ideas.

Use what you already have to decorate your venue. China, tablecloths, teapots as vases.
High street dresses as bridesmaids dresses
At the best wedding I’ve been to the bridesmaids wore black high street dresses (actually from the sale) teamed them with shoes from New Look (the same shoes in different pastel colours). The total for three dresses and three pairs of shoes was under £100.
Homemade invitations
We made our invitations (plus place cards, order or service, directions leaflets and thank you cards) ourselves. We messed about with old photos and vintage images and used Vistaprint to print out super cheap but great looking invitations. Do you have a video camera? Could you make a funny video or photo montage and burn it to DVD to send out? Use your imagination.
Decoration
Bunting - Ask friends and family to donate old clothes or scraps of fabric and sew bunting to decorate your venue.
Make it classic – Table confetti, bows on chairs, anything too fussy will date, fast.
Candles – Consider decorating your table with candles rather than expensive floral displays. We bought large multi-wick candles from Ikea, placed them on large thrifted plates and strung pearls around them. They came to around £10 per table rather than the £55 per table a florist quoted for a floral display.
Pearls – They look fantastic and really twinkly. After Christmas you can pick up huge chains of pearl garland from shops for next to nothing. No one but you need know that they’re Christmas decorations.
Jam jars – Save up jam jars and fill them either with tea lights or tiny posies of seasonal flowers. Group them in clusters or in a long line down a long village hall style table.
Flowers
I love tulips and wanted something VERY simple. Infact Mr Thrifty made my bouquet for me and had it delivered to the hotel by his mother. He bought two bunches of pink tulips from Marks and Spencer, removed extra leaves, secured with an elastic band and wrapped beautifully around the elastic band with thick pink ribbon. Bridesmaids each carried a single pink tulip. Total cost including ribbon – £9.
tealights as decorations
Lounge suits 
Mr Thrifty wore a vintage lounge suit that he picked up for £20 in a vintage shop. It was new to him and he could get plenty of wear out of it for future events. Much cheaper than hiring a mundane suit.
Arrival
The bride arrives last, no one really sees her arrive. Do you really need to spend the best part of £1000 on a car to drive you to your venue?
The Dress
Can you make your wedding dress? Can you buy a second hand or vintage wedding dress and customise? Can you wear your mother or grandmother’s dress?
Did you know it is good luck to wear an old veil? The more brides that have worn the veil the more luck. So if you believe in that kind of thing ask around your old married friends and family to see if you can borrow a veil for the day.
Cake
Our cake was a basic (but delicious) white cake from Waitrose (I don’t know if they still do them but they certainly still do other wedding cakes and I know M&S do the plain cakes too). They do celebration cakes that you can decorate yourself. We stacked three on top of each other at an angle and decorated with pearls. We also had small cookies in the shape of a bow for people to take away at the end of the night.
Favours 
Most people (especially) men will leave them on the table. No seriously, they will.
If you want to do something do it on the cheap. We gave our guests thrifted teacups (which added to the decoration) that contained a tiny envelope (made by us from wrapping paper) with hot chocolate in it and home made heart shaped marshmallows. We tied a parcel tag to the handle and wrote ‘please take me home’ and 95% were. Total cost – £65
Take inspiration from your home
Rings
We made our own in the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham. There are numerous places you can do this and they cost a fraction of the price of those that you’d find in an expensive jeweller or high street store.
What is it worth spending money on?
This obviously depends from person to person but mine are –  
The food – People have come a long way and probably spent a lot of money to celebrate your day. Give them good quality food. It doesn’t have to be fancy but it does have to tasty and great quality. People will judge your day on the food.
Photographer - Our photographer was rubbish as he came as part of a package deal with the venue. I really regret not having a good photographer.(I don’t look at ours but then, I wouldn’t look at them if they were good either.)
Shoes – You’ll be on your feet all day and way into the night. Make sure they’re comfortable.
Make up artist - I was far too wobbly to do my own make up with out botching it.
But most importantly, remember the day is about making an amazing commitment to someone you love. It isn’t really about the dress, the venue, the weather, the favours, the cars. I’ve been married for four years and whilst I still love my dress, my shoes, the venue etc. the things I remember are saying those words to a man I love, is crying when he said them back to me and laughing like a drain at the speeches. It was a blimmin’ great day but it wasn’t the best day of my life, I have a long and happy marriage ahead of me as great as it now (fetch a sick bucket) the best is yet to come.
My number one tip?
Unless it is absolutely necessary do NOT mention the word ‘wedding’ when booking anything.
TTFN,

P.S. Do you have any frugal wedding tips?

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Comments

  1. I so agree that it is only one day of your life. I was definitely more interested in getting married than in the wedding. I just couldn’t have taken the stress that it has to be THE BEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE. We had only 9 guests and my dress was a vintage 50s day dress which cost £18 as it had a hole in it (I got it perfectly mended for £10!)

  2. My whole wedding cost £2,500 including a dress and sit down 3 course meal for £65. Ok it was 13 years ago, but it can be done!

  3. Great post. My friends who have married over the last few years got so stressed inviting random people because “we have to make everyone happy” It annoyed me because it was like they didn’t get what it was all about anymore. It ridiculous how much people will charge when you say wedding. I’ve always said to my other half when we do start planning ours properly, just say party when booking ha ha.
    I want to head abroad as its much cheaper. Alredy found a high street chain with great dresses and looking at high street for bridesmaids too.
    You’ve given me some gret ideas. Thankyou xxx

  4. Wonderful post. Lots of things to think about

    Do you have any photos of your day? The table decorations sound great

  5. I got married 15 years ago, register office(immediate family), reception(everyone else) outfits(made my skirt) shoes in a sale, 12.99, car (white from local hire place) flowers, rings(from Argos), honeymoon(first night in hotel, the rest of the week, short breaks at haven and butlins!) invites(bought glossy flowered paper and cut out flower shapes and made our own and stuck the flowers to DL envelopes,people though we’d had them made!) photo’s and albums etc etc, all on a budget and the final cost was less than £1,000.
    hubby’s cousin had a big fancy wedding, her marriage only lasted two years!

    Josie x

  6. So many wonderful ideas. I’ve only been to a few weddings before but my favourite was definitely the low-key wedding. They’d thought of all the little touches themselves, and they were quirky and full of their personalities, rather than being thought up by someone else. The bride and groom were also relaxed and focused on having a good time, which they definitely did!
    I’m always shocked to hear people making statements like ‘You can’t have a wedding for under £20,000.”As you’ve shown, it’s all about making the right choices and thinking about what you want rather than ‘what people have at weddings’.

    Emily x

  7. I love these ideas. I’m planning mine at the moment and can’t believe how expensive everything is! I’m going for the highstreet bridesmaid dresses as well…and home made invitations!

    Another nice idea that a friend of mine did – she asked everyone to bring along a cupcake, any colour/style etc, these were all put together on a huge cupcake stand to form the wedding cake…it looked amazing and had such a shabby chic vibe, as they were all different but beautiful! x

    • Wow, I love this cupcake idea. Because its more affordable and everyone contributes. More people need to break this myth of the perfect day involving £££’s.

  8. Think the last tip may be the most valuable of all wedding tips ever!!

    Amazed at comments saying they had 9 guests etc. Coming from a large family, 9 people wouldn’t cover my sisters & their partners…I recently wrote a ‘draft’ list of family & closest friends (ignoring any family I hate) and ti was over 100 people. Not including Alex’s friends that I don’t really know. I think I need less friends.

  9. I have made my own garter! You can check it out here http://wp.me/p1cGXx-kx. Another frugal idea is to buy flowers in bulk from Costco or Sam’s Club (whole sale stores). Or if you have a green thumb and are getting married in the summer, grow them in your own garden :)

    • Deb Howard says:

      Agree beingzhenya, am currently growing daisies for the centrepieces of my wedding reception tables. plan to do my own wedding bouquet, already have purchased the florist wire, tape and ribbons of the wedding theme online. already have dress which purchased in Australian chain store, very difficult to find just the right look for older brides like me. loving reading all the comments, love deb

  10. I have made my own garter! You can check it out here http://wp.me/p1cGXx-kx. Another frugal idea is to buy flowers in bulk from Costco or Sam’s Club (whole sale stores). Or if you have a green thumb and are getting married in the summer, grow them in your own garden :)

  11. Our wedding was expensive but this was due to the venue {we had exclusive use and amazing food!} and photographer and lavish honeymoon.
    We did make alot of it ourselves- we printed our own invites/orders of service/menu and thank you cards. I collected pine cones throughout the year which served as name settings {sprayed gold}, our ushers wore £50 suits from M&S, we made the wedding cake {I did a tier, my mum made two and my mother-in-law made one} and I made my own headdresses {I wore three throughout the day} my bridesmaids headdress and my mums hat!!
    Also we decorated the venue with pine cones and tealights in thrifted whiskey glasses and old family wedding photos in frames.
    I totally agree about favours – the men care not a jot for them and really what is the point?!! Although I love your idea!
    We had a non kid wedding and so I gave out chocolate reindeer for all the parents to take home to the kids.
    One tip would definitely be to take out wedding insurance – our gift list was with Wrapit who went into administration leaving us with only a few gifts. It was a very traumatic time having to tell guests we didn’t have their gifts but M&S wedding insurance payed out for everything! They were brilliant! Phew!

  12. We were married 14 years ago and it really was ‘the best day ever’. We got so many friends and relatives onboard to help it really got the costs down. A friend of mine made my dress (which we copied from a shop one!), I had an auntie who was a professional flower arranger, my father-in-law-to-be already had a fabulous old open-top car used in weddings previously. We got another friend to take all the photos (fab candids) and my inlaws had another friend that professionally makes cakes, her husband made us a video. I designed all our invitations with a simple black & white calligraphic design that was cheap to print. On the evening invitations I drew a caracature of the two of us.

    So my best tip to save money is work out who you know that can possibly help out. Ours loved getting involved and making our day that extra bit special.

  13. Our wedding last august incorporated many of your tips. We wanted a medium wedding on a budget and spent about 3k. We put this on an interest free credit card and are paying it off. The theme was shabby chic/vintage/handmade. It was an amazing day, and almost everything was either done by us or my mum…i made my dress and the boys waistcoats, i made 60 meters of bunting, we used beautiful thrifted mismatched teacups and plates, my mum did all the catering – an amazing tea party with cakes and scones. The biggest expense was the photographer. We had a photojournalistic photographer who was amazing, cost us nearly half the budget but was worth every penny. I have blogged our wedding, and you can see the amazing photos here plus more info: http://vintagejelly.blogspot.com/2011/01/our-wedding.html

  14. some great ideas there.. i have to admit i had planned my wedding since i was about 12 so when i met the hubby he just basically filled in the part that the groom played!!..
    if i was to re-organise my day again it would be quite different. id still have the venue because i loved it. id have a less fussy dress( although it was everything i ever wanted at the time!) and i wouldnt invite any of the hubbys extended family as they are all rude and arrogant and didnt even speak to me on my own wedding day even though i was paying for them to have a beautiful dinner!!..

    thanks for the idea for my dresser.. it funny as i had toyed with the idea of yellow.. great minds ey!

    hope the move is going well !

    charl
    x

  15. Great advice (of course)! Our thrifty wedding experiences:

    A friend who was training as a florist made my bouquet and wreath as her wedding gift.

    My husband, who’s a great baker, made wedding cakes as gifts for our best friends and for my sister.

    So, if you’re going to a wedding, think of your skills and talents and ask if you could give one of them as your gift to the happy couple.

    Also, my dress came from a high street sale and had be to altered professionally to fit, but this was way cheaper than buying your average wedding dress. My sister did the same 19 years later…

    My sister and her husband had peacock feathers instead of flowers at each table. Some would be worried about the luck but none of us were and it was relatively cheaper and a lot of fun.

  16. Our weddng cost us £800 and what I found it that a good way to help to save money is to get friends and family involved, in my experience, people want to help. Its also about deciding what is important – the venue, honeymoon, food etc and spend accordingly. I saved more money by not wearing a traditional wedding dress – I wore a Per una dress bought in the sale x

  17. I am currently planning our wedding (infact, we booked the venue/date just yesterday!).

    We are extremely lucky in that our families are contributing a great deal of the cost, and so although I do try to get the best deal on everything, its perhaps not my priority.

    I am however, very much into DIY and crafts, and so I am designing and printing my own Save The Dates and Invites and I have already bought stands for centrepeices off ebay which I intend to customise. I’m also not doing favours, but a candy bar instead which can be done fairly cheaply and I know it will at least be used, and my bridesmaids will all be in highstreet unmatching dresses. I am also saving money on the evening buffet by just have bacon barms instead of a full buffet for a fraction of the price.

    I do agree however on photography. Coming from a photography/art background it is my second priority after the venue, and just ‘any’ photographer will not cut it I’m afraid – I only intend to do this the once and photo’s can’t be taken again another day!

  18. I am helping plan a wedding at the mo. The bride has come up with a fab answer to favours. She has bought a load of sweets from Bookers and is putting them in lovely large jars with scoops and is giving each guest a little bag to help themselves to their faves. That way, those who don’t want them won’t waste them and it’s a fun nostalgic thing for most people!

  19. I agree with your tips- we had a BIG wedding on a small budget. My tips would be:
    -Respectable end of high street (Monsoon, Coast, Phase 8, LK Bennett) all do evening-dress-style-wedding dresses at about £200-400, many of which look vintagesque. Find a clever friend to tailor it just to you! I had actually saved for a big fancy dress, but loved one I saw in Monsoon and saved over £500. I got my bridesmaid dresses from Bicester Village (designer outlet mall) – LK Bennett, but more affordable.
    -Plan ahead and make: skilled friends will often be able to do the cake, flowers etc’ instead of a gift and LOVE to.
    -Make-your-own. So many tutorials out there: teacups-with-flowers centrepieces? Candle arrangements instead of flowers (v romantic and key people can keep them as gifts) etc’. Top shops for materials are ‘The Range’, ‘Tiger’ and ‘Dunelm Mill’ and even poundland for plain tealights etc’… Hobbycraft has tutorials online but is quite pricy.

    Errr, blimy, I could write a post of my own.

    One thing to find (by recommendation of someone you trust) is the photographer. Ours was great, indeed we made it onto a wedding blog (whimsical wonderland weddings) – which has some great budget tips too!

  20. It absolutely horrifies me how much people spend on weddings. One of my relatives will be spending the first two years of their married life paying off a 10 grand wedding – surely it’s far better to spend that sort of money on your actual married life together?

  21. Me and the Mr have been together since university, have 2 great kids and engaged for 3 years. When we eventually get married, necessity demands that we keep costs to a minimum and I also love the idea of making as many things as possible to give it a personal touch.
    Love your ideas and will be referring back to this post when the time comes.
    I know you are a very busy lady, but would love for you to pop over to my new-ish blog and give me your thoughts.
    Hope your move goes smoothly. X

  22. THANK YOU!

    We are trying to figure out how to make this as cheap as we can but it is already hard. We know our budget but keep finding out about things you are epxected to pay for like the bridal party stuff (I did not even know what the bridal party was!)

    We know we want to spend money on good food and ensure our friends and family who have travelled far (some really far) have a good day.

    And to be honest we do need to keep some family members happy or they will make life hell for people we care about which means numbers are higher than we expected.

    But yes, THANK YOU! I am going to start hitting charity shops once we have an idea of the theme/colour scheme and try to find stuff to make it nice and ours and thrifty!

  23. I read your post with interest and have to say i agree.
    I’m actually celebrating my 4th wedding anniversary today ( have just posted some of my wedding photos up on my blog).
    We had a friend who made our delicious white chocolate cake and another friend who made my bouquet using flowers from her garden.
    We also had our rings made at the jewellery quarter in Birmingham.

  24. This is all so true, I put lots of this into practice at my wedding. I really hope this helps some brides-to-be out there to save some money and relax a little!

    (love your blog by the way!)

  25. The best favour I had at a wedding was a handmade tiny envelope with the name of a wedding/love related flower on(mine was cupids arrow) and inside were some seeds for the plant. I still have the plant in my garden 10 years later and love it.
    Gillx

    • WOW!!!
      This is one thing I’ve never thought about!! We plan on growing flowers in small pots to decorate the tables, that guests will be able to take with them when they leave..but seeds? Same concept, different approach.. love it, thanks! (adds note to notebook..)

  26. I got married on a California cliff-top at sunset, with only my brother-in-law and his wife there as witnesses / best man / photographers.

    We always knew that whichever country we got married in, there would always be one side of the church with more people than the other, so we decided to just get married without all of that. I have no regrets (although my mother-in-law wasn’t happy).

  27. Anonymous says:

    You can see all about our environmentally friendly wedding day here: http://www.concrete2jungle.co.uk/?p=3445

  28. Bookmarked this post! I am engaged, goodness knows when we will be able to afford to get married. We are all for a budget wedding, for us it’s about our family and friends having a good time and us all having a jolly good knees up!

    Some great tips in there!

    Rebecca xx (ohpanda.blogspot.com)

  29. thank you for the awesome tips, we do plan on making/thrifting/roping in other people as much as we can for our wedding, it’ll hopefully save us pennies and make it a much more special day, but i totally agree with spending money on the food and photos!

    as well as jam jars with candles in we’re planning on having tin cans with holes punched in, and fishbowls filled with those battery powered led fairylights, lots of twinkly light sources for our evening art gallery wedding.

    Cate, x

  30. Coming a little late to this post, only just discovered you Mrs Thrifty.
    Have a look at this link to paper heart bunting we make by the yardful for celebrations, no tutorial but you just need lining paper, brown paper, a ruler, a stapler, some string and a punch (our one is Martha Stewart) and a few hours with friends punching and stapling should do the trick.
    http://www.coolcrafting.co.uk/the-gallery

  31. Yes, we got married, second time round for both of us, on a very limited budget.

    Bridesmaids dresses – From a High St retailer, can’t remember which one.
    Invitations – From a stall in a covered market.
    Decorations – Only what the club put out, baloons etc.
    Flowers – Artificial, made up by groom with pretty ribbons from market haberdashery stall. we’ve still got the brides ina vasr in the bathroom, looks so pretty.
    Suit – Light grey, bought new from Tesco, sale.
    Dress – High Street store.
    Cake – Sainsburys celebration cakes, 3 sizes, club stewardess provided stand. Pottery bride & groom ornament, it’s on our corner unit now.
    Favours – Made by groom, material and ribbon from market haberdashery, mints by Asda.
    Rings – Beleive it or not, pawnbroker, high quality but about a quarter of new price.
    Food – Our local club, the srewardess is famous for her buffets, really good, set the room out very nicely.
    Drink – Bottles of decent pink sparking wine, a trip to France provided that at about a tenth of the English price.
    Disco – Local dj.
    Photographs – We gave every couple a throw-away camera, asked them to take pics and give us the camera back when they’d used all the pics. A guest whose hobby was photography took a load of pics and had them put on a disc for us.
    Taxi – Guest with a nice Merc, just a ribbon on the front.

    Total cost was about £800.

  32. Anonymous says:

    Really great article with very interesting information. You might want to follow up to this topic!?! 2012

  33. Be wise. If you have a family house , you may use it if it has a huge garden. An alternative choice is a village hall which can be rented for a low rate.

  34. Anonymous says:

    Love the comments on here. My wedding was very low budget too. The reception was in a village hall, and all the guests brought a tray of food for the buffet. The bridesmaids dresses were borrowed, a friend did my hair and makeup, and my dress came from Monsoon. Another friend made the cake, and I sold some second hand furniture to pay for the flowers. You don’t need a lot of money to have a wonderful day.

  35. Anonymous says:

    We moved into an old mobile home on over an acre. Instead of an expensive venue, I spent money sodding grass & landscaping to make a wedding and reception venue in the back yard. I have drapes on the front porch covering ugly poles, pastel quilts over the banister and a daybed on the front porch for a shabby chic welcome. I have shabby chic signs made to note the wedding. The backyard is the main focus. I painted furniture & wicker rockers to use as buffets and cozy conversation centers. Seating will be hay bales with tablecloths tied with baby’s breath and the hay will later be fed to the horses! I will be hanging large painter’s tarps over one view to hide. I have large paper flowers and picture frames to put intermittently on the canvass painted the same satin finish white. I work on fabric flowers nightly. I have spray paint in my wedding colors and will have a mismatch of vases and pots all painted in pastels to match for a coordinated eclectic look. I also have things friends have given me from their weddings. I have tons of white Christmas twinkle lights. I have very old doors to use as a back drop for the ceremony. I have a local band booked. The men will wear black jeans and solid shirts. I am printing the invitations on a picture taken of wedding decor to keep with the theme. I have a friend performing the ceremony. I have asked people to help serve the buffet as part of the wedding party. I have a very talented friend who is a professional photographer. I am trading babysitting for the pictures. Unfortunately we don’t have a High Street in California!

  36. Just found this post while browsing Google for affordable wedding tips, I made my own rings too! We had a cake competition which also covered desert, I made my own dress and bought bridesmaids dresses on ebay. I think over the past couple of years this sort of wedding has made a huge resurgence and there is a bit of a backlash now to a lot of the overpriced, over the top an over pushy wedding industry. I do agree on the things you said it was worth spending some money on; photography & food in particular but I’d also add music & booze in there too (atmosphere is everything) I’ve recently started a new blog http://www.prettythrifty.co.uk all about affordable weddings. I’ve loved reading your blog for a long time and finally got down to starting my own!

  37. We saved money by combining our cake cost with our table decoration cost. Instead of doing a big elaborate cake we did a bunch of mini cakes and had those in the center of each table. The guests didn’t have to wait in a long line for a piece of cake, and we were able to do multiple flavors that way. We didn’t do any other table decoration (other than table cloths). The price of all the little cakes was the same as one big elaborate cake would have been, and we didn’t have to buy table decor! Win win!

  38. Alee Gee says:

    Totally agree on the “w” word when ordering!! ( Final tip) my daughters cake at a wedding bakery was 400+ dollars for 100 people. We called a place and asked for a stacked cake for a party of 100. It was only $175. Simple ruffled frosting, Bavarian cream between layers and we bought a cute cake topper and placed it ourselves. PS we did purchase a cupcake first to make sure it would be delicious!

  39. I loved reading this post. I’m currently planning my wedding and have been so shocked to learn prices as soon as he ‘w’ word is used! Will definitely be making my own invites and bunting etc, I think it makes it more special doing things yourself. xx

  40. Roxanne says:

    We had a very small, intimate wedding! And didn’t spend more than $1,000.

    Military base chapel: less than $50.
    Wedding dress: SaboSkirt $60
    Veil and shoes: $80 David’s Bridal
    Groom’s suit: already had it.
    Groom’s shirt: J.Crew clearance $12
    Bouquet, floral arrangement and boutonnière: $100
    Cake: we did a cupcake 3tier and the top tier was a small cake for just the groom and I. Probably spent $100.
    Hair: $30 local hairdresser
    Makeup: free at sephora!
    Photographer: $250
    Tulle for the guest seats: $5-10
    Unity candles $20
    Favors $30

    That’s about $700 total! :)

  41. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to get a good quality meal for your wedding guests, you just have to rethink what kind of meal is wedding appropriate. I served a Qdoba buffet at my wedding. Everyone loves Qdoba (especially in the south west US), and it works for meat eaters, vegetarians, and those who are gluten free. And it all cost $10 a head. Afterwards, everyone told me how awesome it was, and what a genius we were for thinking of it.
    Wedding meals should be delicious, but they don’t have to be fancy. It’s not like it’s your last chance to have a fancy meal, why buy one for a hundred friends and family? Just get something simple that everyone likes, day to day. :-)

  42. I found a website called Little Borrowed Dress for my bridesmaids to rent their gown for the day. Instead of renting a super pricey venue, (since our wedding guest list was short) we rented a house for the weekend instead and brought in a caterer. We ordered our wedding cake from Walmart :) &I found my dress on eBay for $40 !

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