Brides Leave Economy at the Altar

Brides Leave Economy at the Altar

JustWeddings’ Love of Marriage Silences Economy

Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, December 2, 2008 — The present economy impedes many people from making decisions and taking action; but, wants to ensure aspiring brides and grooms are still saying, “I do.” The recently launched Web site pairs couples to professionally-certified wedding service providers. The business model is similar to that of Lending Tree; buyers have the ability to compare service providers. The process allows for better budgeting and more opportunities for engaged couples.

Couples desire options during current, economic times. “People are watching their budgets already right now,” states aspiring February bride and Philadelphia suburb native, Jennifer Evans. “We considered postponing the wedding in order to make it more of an experience we originally wished for. Having options enabled us to realize our original vision. Your wedding day is something no one wants to compromise; it is very fortunate that couples can find a solution if their budget poses a problem.”

Making a difference is something Allison Wisnefski, president of, originally planned. “I wanted the Web site to serve as a blessing to engaged couples,” instructs Wisnefski. “Planning your wedding is so exciting, and yet, can be so stressful. The primary purpose behind JustWeddings is to help make dream weddings happen. It makes me very happy to hear that our system is working especially well for couples in this economy.”

The system is celebrated by both couples and service providers. Dawn Yorke of Clermont’s Dawn Yorke Photography has embraced business inspired by the JustWedding system. “When a couple’s budget is influenced then my business in turn is influenced,” instructs Yorke. “JustWeddings’ system gives buyers control and confidence in regards to their budget during a time when it’s not possible in many scenarios. I am getting leads for people wanting my services despite the economy.”

Allison Wisnefski and employees gladly accept their role. “We aid in making marriages happen the way they should,” adds Danielle Hopely, Allison’s partner. “They say money can’t impact love; I am pleased that we have a hand in money not impacting the wedding day. The wedding day serves as a physical symbol of a couple’s love. All couple’s deserve the wedding they desire; we try our best to help make that happen.” is located in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. The site serves as a virtual wedding planner linking potential clients to wedding service vendors.

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