SPE recently shared data from The Knot on the average wedding cost in 2019, as well as the average cost of vendors such as florists, caterers and, of course, DJs. 

However, while the nationwide average is $33,900, each state differs in the chunk of change couples shell out for their big day. The state with the lowest average cost is Utah at $19,700, while New Jersey is the most expensive at $53,400. Ohio comes in at $29,300.

Check each state’s average cost below (excluding Alaska):  

  • Alabama: $25,500
  • Arkansas: $21,800
  • Arizona: $29,400
  • California: $39,000
  • Colorado: $30,000
  • Connecticut: $41,000
  • Delaware: $34,900
  • DC: $40,600
  • Florida: $30,600
  • Georgia: $30,900
  • Hawaii: $32,900
  • Idaho: $19,800
  • Iowa: $22,600
  • Illinois: $39,700
  • Indiana: $22,800
  • Kentucky: $23,900
  • Kansas: $22,400
  • Louisiana: $33,900
  • Maine: $33,500
  • Maryland: $33,800
  • Massachusetts: $43,600
  • Michigan: $29,700
  • Minnesota: $28,800
  • Mississippi: $23,800
  • Missouri: $26,600
  • Montana: $23,000
  • Nebraska: $23,300
  • Nevada: $22,500
  • New Hampshire: $32,100
  • New Jersey: $53,400
  • New Mexico: $25,600
  • New York: $48,600
  • North Carolina: $29,500
  • North Dakota & South Dakota: $29,200
  • Ohio: $29,300
  • Oklahoma: $21,200
  • Oregon: $22,400
  • Pennsylvania: $35,900
  • Rhode Island: $49,800
  • South Carolina: $30,600
  • Tennessee: $26,900
  • Texas: $30,200
  • Utah: $19,700
  • Vermont: $38,300
  • Virginia: $33,300
  • Washington: $25,600
  • West Virginia: $26,500
  • Wisconsin: $27,800
  • Wyoming: $19,800

Thankfully, you don’t have to break the bank with Sound Precision Entertainment, and our partner company, Cuff Link Media. Book two services to save $200 and three to save $400. For more information, contact SPE at (216) 870-4513 or scott@spedj.com. And stay tuned for more upcoming blogs based on average wedding costs! 

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