300 dpi 4 col x 8.75 in / 196x222 mm / 667x756 pixels Ana Lense Larrauri color illustration of the cost of a wedding; bride and groom prepare to kiss while holding a dollar sign. Miami Herald 2006 <p> KEYWORDS: newlyweds newlywed wedding cost price krtbusiness business krtnational national krtnamer north america krtpersonalfinance personal finance krtusbusiness u.s. us united states krt beso boda bride bridegroom dinero finance financing finanzas grabado groom illustration ilustracion kiss matrimonio matrimony mi contributed money negocios novio coddington larrauri 2006 krt2006 price
300 dpi 4 col x 8.75 in / 196x222 mm / 667x756 pixels Ana Lense Larrauri color illustration of the cost of a wedding; bride and groom prepare to kiss while holding a dollar sign. Miami Herald 2006 <p> KEYWORDS: newlyweds newlywed wedding cost price krtbusiness business krtnational national krtnamer north america krtpersonalfinance personal finance krtusbusiness u.s. us united states krt beso boda bride bridegroom dinero finance financing finanzas grabado groom illustration ilustracion kiss matrimonio matrimony mi contributed money negocios novio coddington larrauri 2006 krt2006 price Ana Lense Larrauri Miami Herald staff
300 dpi 4 col x 8.75 in / 196x222 mm / 667x756 pixels Ana Lense Larrauri color illustration of the cost of a wedding; bride and groom prepare to kiss while holding a dollar sign. Miami Herald 2006 <p> KEYWORDS: newlyweds newlywed wedding cost price krtbusiness business krtnational national krtnamer north america krtpersonalfinance personal finance krtusbusiness u.s. us united states krt beso boda bride bridegroom dinero finance financing finanzas grabado groom illustration ilustracion kiss matrimonio matrimony mi contributed money negocios novio coddington larrauri 2006 krt2006 price Ana Lense Larrauri Miami Herald staff

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