Bristol (PRWEB UK) 24 October 2013
Whether readers have a passing interest in the world of weddings or not, they are very likely to find The Wedding Secret’s infographic release an interesting and informative read. Everyone has a vested desire to see where they fit into the grand scheme of things, and the patterns of social ‘behaviour’, which this infographic highlights has already garnered attention on the web.
Having acquired high-quality and up-to-date information thanks to the UK’s leading producer of official statistics, the Office for National Statistics (ONS), The Wedding Secret has digested this reliable information into a more palatable form, and the ‘Marriages in England 2013’ infographic was born.
The highlighted information shines a light on the changing mores and patterns of society over the last 100 years and compares this to the very latest statistics released.
The infographic conveys popular times of year to get married, along with the most favoured time of week, particular parts of England and Wales which see the most marriages per capita, and the current social status of individuals in the UK.
Other interesting points include speculations over the powerful and sudden changes in the frequencies of marriages and the age of the couples carrying them out during events throughout the last 100 years, including world wars, the ‘baby boomer’ generations and the increasing secularisation of England and Wales’ population.
The resulting patterns and trends highlighted have already garnered a great deal of attention within the wedding industry, with multiple blogs and specialists having shared the infographic under their own steam.
About The Wedding Secret
The Wedding Secret is a brand-new online resource and community which connects brides and grooms with specialist wedding businesses in their local area.
Continuously keeping ahead of the latest trends and statistics, they are currently planning to release a number of regionally-based ‘infographics’ which focus in on the latest statistics on a more local basis.