By Paul Pannone
May and June wedding activity reports say volume is down this season, as wedding plans shift to the fall months. Traditional weddings that occur in June still pay a premium but the shift away from late spring and summer months leaves many couples with more choices and the opportunity to bargain down prices for better value.
Discussions with wedding vendors do not wish to admit they’re ready to bargain but many caterers say they’d rather book their rooms early than be left stranded with an empty time slot. “We’re happy to shave a few dollars off the price but we’d rather throw in added items,” some told eWNz.
Limousine use for both proms and weddings is way off this season, as parents are unable to afford the luxury. Dress sales are also down, along with flowers and tuxedo rentals.
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