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WEDDING FOREX FOR COUPLES

Are you planning a destination wedding, or working with a wedding planner based overseas?

Perhaps you’ve fallen in love with an overseas supplier and want to fly them to you for your wedding day?

The above scenarios can come with added stresses. It can be difficult negotiating fees when sending money abroad, especially when using your bank to make your foreign currency payments. You don’t know what the wedding venue or supplier will be receiving at their end, and as a result, you might end up having to make another payment with another charge. You worry if your money will get there, and whether it will be secure. Wedding Forex eliminates these stresses. Our trusted source will get your funds securely to the wedding venue or supplier you are paying. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service, and will track your payment every step of the way to give you peace of mind. 

By using Wedding Forex you can secure a live rate, which fixes that rate until you are ready to pay. You can secure your rate BEFORE you make your international transfer. You know exactly what you are going to pay and what your supplier will receive. Once the rate is booked in, Wedding Forex physically purchases the currency for you on your behalf, so this rate never changes. 

Planning a wedding gives you the chance to express your love for each other and your style as a couple in a creative and unique way. Why throw away money to the banks when you can spend it on the things that will make your wedding day totally unforgettable? Using Wedding Forex can save 4-6% compared to the banks – that’s a huge amount of money. We promise to charge no more than 1% above the interbank rate* to ensure you get the best exchange possible.

GUESS WHAT?

NO HIDDEN COSTS

At Wedding Forex we only charge a £10 processing fee for any payments under £3000,

much less than your normal high street bank.

*Interbank Rate – The interbank rate is a mid-market rate used by banks to measure the movement in foreign currency markets. This is a non-tradable rate, which is simply used to measure market movement. 

Photography Credit - Neverending Magic