Beverly Hills, California (PressExposure) May 14, 2011 -- Marriage.com is a website devoted to wedding planning. The difference between this and other wedding planning websites, however, is that this site brings the social aspect of wedding planning together, allowing brides to come together and share advice.
While many wedding planning websites offer a variety of advice online, Marriage.com, launching today, aims to bring together everyone involved in wedding planning. This social approach to wedding planning brings the popular and effective "crowdsourcing" method of compiling information to wedding planning websites.
This type of advice has proven to be very valuable in recent years. The wedding industry is currently worth $9 billion, and the average cost of a wedding has risen to $29,000. Brides-to-be are spending lots of time on wedding planning websites to try to determine how they are going to spend this money on their own weddings.
What Marriage.com aims to do is change the limited approach that brides have had to deal with in wedding planning. Before today, those planning weddings were limited to word-of-mouth recommendations and massive lists of vendors online that made it very difficult to find the best matches for them.
By making wedding planning websites social, Marriage.com will provide a platform for brides-to-be to discuss relevant questions related to their weddings with each other, and allow vendors and other wedding professionals to demonstrate their expertise and give advice to those planning weddings.
Marriage.com launches today, May 12, 2011. You can find advice from celebrity wedding planners and look at other bridal businesses while you get involved today.