Easy Weddings annual wedding survey is on


The Easy Weddings Annual Survey is on

It’s that time of year again, folks! Easy Weddings, Australia’s No.1 online wedding destination is holding our annual survey of all things wedding related.

We’re asking couples from across Australia about their big days (whether they have already taken a trip up the aisle or are about to) in order to get a better picture of what Australian brides and grooms want and need when planning their weddings.

Not only does this information give us a better picture of the Australian wedding industry and help Easy Weddings improve our own website offerings, it provides our suppliers with the most current and accurate information on the wedding industry.

For example, last year’s survey showed:

– 40% of couples are budgeting from $10,000-$20,000 for their big day, with one quarter planning to splurge $20-$30,000. A further 5 per cent were predicting that their wedding would balloon to $40,000 or higher

– About 68 per cent marrying in a civil ceremony and 28 per cent in a church.

– One in five couples already have children when they walk down the aisle

That is incredibly valuable data that nobody else in Australia can provide.

We received more than 5000 entries in last year’s survey and, this year, we hope to better that.

As a thank you  for sharing their experiences, we’re giving respondents the chance to win one of five $100 gift vouchers, so feel free to pass the address (http://www.easyweddings.com.au/blogs/easy-weddings-blog/easy-weddings-annual-australian-wedding-survey-2013/) on to your customers and give them a chance to win.

The survey will close at 11:59 on Sunday, September 15, 2013 and, as an Easy Weddings supplier, you’ll receive a summary of our findings in the following weeks. We hope the statistics it reveals will help you plan your coming year.


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