Reason 3: Save Big Money

Unless you live in an igloo, you've probably sweated a little over today's economy.

It is becoming less common that the brides' parents foot 100% of the wedding bill as has been traditional. Today, more and more couples are the ones receiving those wedding-day bills. If you are one of those couples, it's probably become pretty important to prioritize your budget and to realize what aspects of your aisle-walk really mean the most to you (and your wallet).

Here are a few interesting statistics I just received today via The Wedding Report:

Areas of spending decline from 2007 to 2008:

  • Wedding dress fell by 31%
  • Rehearsal dinner fell by 34%
  • Spending for a DJ fell by 6%
  • Bridesmaid bouquets fell by 36%
  • Gifts for attendants fell by 38%
  • Wedding invitations fell by 34%
  • Engagement ring fell by 30%
  • Photographer fell by 26%
  • Videographer fell by 24%
  • Wedding cake fell by 33%
  • Wedding favors fell by 9%
  • Reception food service fell by 53%
  • Limo rental fell by 24%
Overall spending on weddings is down 24%.

I think it's safe to say that the times are a-changin. So what do all of these statistics have to do with Love Is Blooming? It's pretty basic: if you want fresh flowers, be prepared to make that a BIG priority in your budget. It's not uncommon for a florist to charge a minimum of $150 or more for a bridal bouquet. That doesn't even take into account the season: out of season = big bucks.

So here's a wedding stimulus plan that's going to be a great deal. For an UNlimited time only I am offering custom designs, perpetually seasonal blossoms, and the perfect wedding flowers for a price that any American can afford!