Redmond, WA (PRWEB) July 20, 2010
With an average wedding costing $20,000 or more, today’s couples want a beautiful wedding with enough money left over for a beautiful life. “That’s what A Grand Wedding.com is all about,” says Georgie Hockett, the co-founder & Original Bride of A Grand Wedding.com.
A Grand Wedding.com is the only web site featuring wedding professionals with a service or product priced at a thousand dollars—or less. “You’ll never see the words ‘budget’ or ‘bargain’ on A Grand Wedding.com,” says Hockett. “We’re not encouraging ladies to be Do-It-Yourself Brides either. We’re encouraging them to use professionals who offer exclusive or petite packages through A Grand Wedding.com.”
A Grand Wedding.com also features Buy, Borrow or Share™, a revolutionary way for brides to purchase—and sell—wedding items. Hockett explains, “Brides can sell or rent out wedding items; so a former bride can make money off of things just sitting in her closet.”
Lastly, A Grand Wedding.com boasts a “giving back” program, AngelBride®, where engaged couples share their stories and users vote for their favorite couple. The winning couple gets professional wedding services donated to their wedding.
“Because of the recession, I think everyone has a new sense of honesty when it comes to their finances,” says Hockett. “Most people don’t want—and can’t afford—to spend tens of thousands of dollars on one day. A Grand Wedding.com is for brand-conscious brides who want a beautiful, meaningful wedding with a realistic price tag.”
A Grand Wedding.com, currently serving the Seattle and Portland markets, plans on being national by 2013.
About a Grand Wedding.com
A Grand Wedding.com is an “online talent agency” of the best wedding vendors with a service or product priced at $1,000. A Grand Wedding.com also introduces BUY, BORROW or SHARE — a revolutionary way for brides to purchase, rent or split the bill on wedding items — and AngelBride®, where wedding wishes are granted with donated, professional wedding services. The A Grand Wedding.com concept was created Georgie Hockett and her husband, who paid for their own wedding. “We wanted a marriage, not just a wedding,” says Georgie.