Wedding planning research is getting a boost
A couple of years ago, wedding planning research got a big boost thanks to an internet video.
Now the trend is gaining traction, thanks to a new survey.
The survey was conducted by Wedding Marketing and Research and surveyed 2,000 people from across the US.
It found that 70 percent of respondents said they would spend more money on a wedding if they could know how many people would attend.
It’s a bit of a departure from the previous survey, which found that only 37 percent of those surveyed would spend any amount of money on their wedding.
However, the survey found that almost three quarters of respondents would also make a big investment in their wedding if it was more popular.
Wedding Planning Research’s lead researcher, Lauren Schulman, told Business Insider that the survey showed that people are more open to spending money on weddings.
“It’s not that people just don’t know about weddings yet,” Schulmen said.
“We’re finding that a lot of people are getting a sense that they want to do something with weddings.”
Schulman said that it’s the biggest growth that the industry has seen in a long time.
The data suggests that the trend isn’t just driven by the rise of social media.
The survey found a similar trend: A majority of respondents have never made a wedding budget before.
The next survey will be conducted in 2020.
It is unclear if the increase in spending will translate into more weddings being held, but Schulmann said the data suggests the trend will continue.
“I think the trend continues,” Schula said.
The future of weddingsIn 2020, Wedding Marketing Research expects the industry to grow by 8 percent, up from 6.5 percent in 2019.
That would represent a 10 percent increase in wedding revenue.
The group says that the rise in wedding spending is due to the fact that millennials are starting to spend money on bridal services.
They’ve seen a surge in popularity, with over 60 percent of millennials choosing a wedding photographer in 2018.
According to Wedding Marketing, millennials have more disposable income than any other generation.
“We’re seeing that millennials can spend more than those of any other age group,” SchULMAN said.
“The fact that they’re willing to spend is something that is really exciting.”
Weddings can get expensive, so if you have a lot going on at your wedding, you should be prepared.
The next survey is scheduled for 2019, so expect more data and findings on the topic in the near future.