Having a bit if a budget meltdown at the moment. We're getting married at the start of August and I'm really stressed with my partner about money. We've not got a lot of money and we're working to a tight budget and are having to cut back day-to-day to cover the costs. My parents have contributed, as has his mum and then we're supposed to be filling the gap (which is the majority). In the last year I have really changed my lifestyle to save money, however my partner doesn't seem to of changed anything and now we are getting to the point where we need to make final payments I'm getting incredibly stressed about it. we have chosen everything for the wedding together, so nothing has been me doing a bridezilla and demanding things. We both agreed what we would be able to save each based on our earnings and I have been doing this, but have seen nothing from him. When I quiz him and tell him. We need to start making final payment, he tells me it's fine and to stop nagging. But I've seen no evidence it's fine. In fact all I do see is him spending more and more on himself - buying bikes, joining gyms, buying clothes etc. Then today he's called me following a dentist visit to say he's arranged to get his teeth whitened, that must surely be costing in the region of £400! I'm furious, but if he's telling me to stop worrying about the money and nagging am I justified in feeling like this. Or is my fury coming from a place of jealousy because I've gone without for so long? It's now starting to make me worry about finances post wedding. We've discussed this, but again it all feels like words because the actions I'm seeing don't support this. I'm also feeling embarrassed, my parents don't have huge amounts of money and they have been going without themselves to pull together a contribution. So when my H2B turns up with a new bike (or worse still one whiter teeth) it hurts.