Do You Need Help Financing Your Wedding? First Bank Can Help!

A wedding is a beautiful day filled with love and commitment. Many consider it the biggest day of their lives. It’s a day you’ll spend months planning for and the rest of your life remembering.

It’s also a day you could spend years paying for. While most couples spend less than $10,000, the average cost of an American wedding is over $25,000. Most couples need help financing a wedding and First Bank can help you take the first step down the aisle. With First Bank, tying the knot doesn’t have to mean tying up your finances.

Types of Personalized Financial Options

Here are some ways First Bank can help you finance your wedding.

  • Take out a loan. Our personal loans offer competitive rates and flexible terms and won’t burden you with debt.*
  • Open a First Bank credit card. Our rewards-earning credit card** allows you to buy what you need for your big day and then earn rewards.
  • Take out a home equity loan. These can be used to make the large purchases required for the wedding of your dreams.

Get Financial Help Beyond the Wedding

In addition to helping couples finance a wedding, First Bank can provide financial support for the ensuing marriage through services such as savings accounts, life insurance, IRAs, health savings accounts, CDs***, home mortgages, homeowner’s insurance, estate services and more.

First Bank has nearly 100 locations in the Carolinas to help couples achieve their dream. If you need help financing a wedding, First Bank can be your best man or maid of honor.


*Loans subject to credit approval. See our Terms and Conditions for complete details on our One Rewards Program. MasterCard, Debit MasterCard and the MasterCard brand marks are trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated.

**See our Terms and Conditions for complete details on our One Rewards Program. Free ATM network includes First Bank and CashPoints® terminals. Out of network terminal owners may charge a service fee. Loans subject to credit approval.

***CDs are subject to penalty for early withdrawals prior to maturity date. Penalty will reduce earnings. Investment and Insurance Products are NOT Bank Deposits, NOT FDIC-Insured, HAVE NO Bank Guarantee, NOT Insured by any Federal Government Agency, May Go Down in Value

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Cost of Wedding: http://www.costofwedding.com/