We’ve been sharing the results of our2015 Newlywed Report on the blog, and this week we’re sharing what couples had to say about how they’re planning their weddings. One of the most interesting (though not entirely surprising) things: It turns out wedding planning really is like a part-time job—at their busiest, most couples spend about 15 hours per week planning. And 80% of that time is spent planning online (hopefully on WeddingWire, natch!). Learn more about how couples plan their weddings in the infographic below. And don’t forget to check out our 2015 Newlywed Report for lots of great and useful info!
Over the next several weeks, we’ll be sharing the results of WeddingWire’s 2015 Newlywed Report. This week, we’re sharing what we learned about the couples who got married in 2015, from the average age to where they’re getting married. Here’s an interesting tidbit—the average engagement length is 13 months, and 70 percent of couples are engaged for over 10 months. However, that means that 30 percent of couples are engaged for nine months or fewer. We know there are benefits to both long engagements and short engagements—but only you can decide which is right for you! Check out the infographic below for more details and don’t forget to check out our 2015 Newlywed Report to learn more.
One of the first (of a million) questions you’ll be asked after you get engaged is: “Have you set a date?” The “when” question is a big one, so we asked 6,000 couples to share when they got engaged and married. Turns out May through October is the most popular time of year to get married (no huge shock there), but June wins the prize for the most popular month to wed—with 16% of 2015 weddings occurring in June. And the most popular month to get engaged? Turns out the holiday season is also prime engagement season—December takes the cake, with 16% of 2015 engagements happening in December. Check out our infographic below and our 2015 Newlywed Report to learn more.
We’re getting geared up for Super Bowl 50 this weekend, but in true WeddingWire fashion decided to compare the two opposing teams, the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos, in terms of their wedding stats, not their prowess on the football field. We took a look at North Carolina and Colorado’s wedding data, and created the handy infographic below. Happy Super Bowl Weekend (and happy wedding planning, too)!
Photo by Michael Segal Photography
We know. Not only is it tricky business to figure out your wedding budget, it’s perhaps even more difficult to stick to it. Not to fear, WeddingWire is here! In our latest SpringBook, we’ve rounded up our top budget advice to help alleviate your stress and enjoy the planning process. From tips from expert planners to money-saving advice for your honeymoon, even ways to help your bridesmaids save money, there lots to learn!