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Indian Wedding Tidbits

We recently surveyed PlanEventers on a variety of topics we find interesting. Our goal was to better understand what our audience cares about, when it comes to working with wedding vendors.

You might’ve even answered one the questions!

The infographic to the right shows what we learned, and below are our reactions to the different statistics.

50% want greater than 200 people at their wedding.

  • We found this interesting because we had anticipated that most Desis want big weddings. So this was surprising.

    30% of respondents prefer a fall/winter wedding over a spring/summer one.
  • This fact is interesting. It makes us wonder if wedding season is finally start to become, wedding seasons.

    86% of people find that the wedding vendor market is unfair and not transparent enough
  • This did not surprise us. We agree with the metric. It is one of the purposes of our existence. Our goal is to make the wedding vendor market more transparent and easier for everyone to access this transparency.So we want you to help us by reviewing vendors you have used.

82% of respondents prefer to review Indian wedding vendors anonymously.

  • We found this super interesting because we anticipated that PlanEventers would prefer to not be anonymous with their reviews. We are not sure why, so we will likely dig into this more in the future. By the way, you can leave anonymous reviews about vendors on our website :).

If you have any questions or ideas on some questions we can post on our instagram, feel free to give us a DM on our insta page or comment below.

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