Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Have a wedding? Need one? Bridal Brokerage...

What to do when the venue and caterers have been paid for with big upfront deposits, and at the last minute it doesn't seem like such a good idea to tie the knot?

What to do if you need a wedding in a hurry, and aren't fussy about the details of the reception?

It sounds like a missing market, and Bridal Brokerage is prepared to be the market maker, standing by to take your orders on either side...

Over 250,000 weddings are called off every year.
We purchase cancelled weddings and resell them to new couples.

Sellers recover deposits and upfront costs hassle-free.
Venues and providers enjoy uninterrupted business as usual.
Buyers find beautiful, pre-planned weddings at a fraction of the price.

Register with us and help us build a new market for weddings.

HT: Benjamin Kay


michael webster said...

How the market for vows unravels, from the founder:

"Still, she said her vows - and ended up divorcing her husband three years later.

She later told her friend, Lauren Byrne, how she wouldn't have gone through with the wedding,
if she knew her parents could get some of their money back."

That strikes me as a correct observation.

Wedding Andy said...

You have a really good idea here. People do cancel.