We believe in planning weddings from the experience perspective--the experiences that make you unique as a couple, and what you want your guests to experience, feel, think on your wedding day. When you consider this 'experience' you can then create your wedding day and budget priorities
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 16, 2009
TheWedHub.com, an online wedding and event resource is fast becoming the solution to the $15,000-or-less wedding in a perceived platinum wedding world. In fact, this is their motto. While much of the wedding industry is flooded with reality television programs and online blogs that sell the illusion of the expensive and elaborate wedding, many brides are left wondering, "What is out there for me and my wedding budget".
The overly quoted wedding spending average of $30,000 is a myth, reports Ghanaughn Brown, owner of Adam and Eve Wedding Consultants and TheWedHub.com. The truth is that "over 80% of all brides spend less than $15,000 or less on their wedding day," says Brown. There is a huge segment of the market that is not being served, or at best underserved. Not only are these brides not being acknowledged as a marketing demographic, but they are also being made to feel less valued, not important, and marginalized. Speaking with Brown, she says, "A bride once told me, you are the only wedding planner that did not make me feel bad about not wanting to go into debt for my wedding."
TheWedHub.com will host a collection of the finest pre-screened vendors, or artisans. "Even a bride on a DIY budget wants to use the finest vendors within her budget, we provide that." And if a bride wants to hire Adam and Eve Wedding Consultants for an hour's worth of consultation, she can do that. If she wants Adam and Eve Wedding Consultants to execute day of coordination services starting at $450, Brown and her girls are on it.
Even though this blog-site will cater to even the biggest wedding diva by providing helpful tips, vendor recommendations, planning advice, and design ideas, don't expect a diva-tude on there; Brown is calm and collected with a funny sense of humor, great shoes, and a confidence that shows that she has been in the practice of listening to the needs of brides.
"This new generation of brides are more hands on and take on a more sophisticated approach to wedding planning. It's not so much about the bling, and they are not afraid to say this much and no more," says Brown, owner of Adam and Eve Wedding Consultants, which was voted top 5 wedding planning firm in 2008.
"We believe in planning weddings from the experience perspective--the experiences that make you unique as a couple, and what you want your guests to experience, feel, think on your wedding day. When you consider this 'experience' you can then create your wedding day and budget priorities," says Brown.
TheWedHub.com is fast becoming the go to resource for brides that want to have a platinum-style wedding and respect their wedding budgets at the same time.