SPE recently shared data from The Knot on the average wedding cost in 2018, including the average cost of vendors such as florists, caterers and, of course, DJs. 

However, that average wedding cost is nationwide, and each state differs in the chunk of change couples shell out for their big day. The state with the lowest average cost is Mississippi at $15,260, while Hawaii is the most expensive at $37,827.  

Check each state’s average cost below, using the most current data from The Wedding Report

 

Alabama: $17,216

Alaska: $34,298

Arizona: $21,605

Arkansas: $17,433

California: $31,437

Colorado: $27,646

Connecticut: $35,702

Delaware: $28,067

Washington, D.C.: $36,082

Florida: $20,933

Georgia: $21,666

Hawaii: $37,827

Idaho: $19,925

Illinois: $25,918

Indiana: $21,004

Iowa: $23,426

Kansas: $22,407

Louisiana: $19,681

Maine: $26,211

Maryland: $33,755

Massachusetts: $35,966

Michigan: $20,942

Minnesota: $27,332

Mississippi: $15,260

Missouri: $20,058

Montana: $20,706

Nebraska: $23,488

Nevada: $21,879

New Hampshire: $33,612

New Jersey: $36,943

New Mexico: $18,470

New York: $34,315

North Carolina: $20,416

North Dakota: $26,774

Ohio: $21,478

Oklahoma: $21,032

Oregon: $26,175

Pennsylvania: $28,827

Rhode Island: $30,861

South Carolina: $20,047

South Dakota: $22,896

Tennessee: $18,346

Texas: $24,520

Utah: $27,095

Vermont: $30,257

Virginia: $29,196

Washington: $29,196

West Virginia: $18,228

Wisconsin: $23,680

Wyoming: $26,017

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