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Wedding - Niche Market #28

RT Cunningham | February 10, 2021 (UTC) | Blogging

weddingThe wedding niche market isn’t very large. In fact, it’s one of the smallest. That doesn’t mean it isn’t worth pursuing as many families will pay huge sums of money to pull of the perfect wedding.

The Wedding Niche Market

The major category includes the following subcategories. Other niche market subcategories may also fall under this major category. You just need a little creativity.

I Know Little About Weddings

And that’s as it should be. I’ve only been married once, and I’ve been married for more than 36 years. Memory may not serve me correctly, but I can only remember attending six other weddings in my entire life, three of them in the Philippines. My older son, Joe, was married in the United States. My younger son, Jon, was married in the Philippines.

None of the weddings were extravagant affairs. The people involved in all of them weren’t upper middle class or wealthy people. I’ve known more well-to-do people who’ve had full-blown weddings with hundreds of guests, but because of where I was at the time (each time), I couldn’t attend even I wanted to. (I never wanted to anyway.)

From what I’ve observed, most people rent tuxedos and wedding gowns. They probably can’t justify buying something they may only wear once in a lifetime. Other than military dress attire, I’ve only owned one suit, which I used for only one occasion. I bought it more than 25 years ago, and I have no idea what I did with it after I retired from the military. I’ve never owned or even rented a tuxedo and I wouldn’t even know how to tie the bow tie.

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