After numerous years of hard work and investment, the UK's number one Wedding website has gone live and is fully up and running well ahead of the official launch which will take place on February 14th 2007.

 

 

Weddingsday, is a comprehensive and totally free online resource for couples across the UK who are looking to tie the knot. It is the brainchild of a husband and wife team who, having themselves got married in 2003, realised that Bride's and Groom's deserved better.

 

Weddingsday doesn't churn out basic, dull and biased information or charge couples for things when when they already have plenty to pay for. Instead, Weddingsday is a huge, totally free, independent website that looks to provide couples with everything they need to help create the 'Perfect Day'.

 

Owner and MD, Chris Younger, has said, 'A Wedding, and the build up to it, is one of the most fun and memorable of times in anyone's life, but it can also be one of the most expensive and stressful. When developing Weddingsday, our aim was to create a resource that allowed couples to minimise the hassle and cost and, at the same time, maximise the fun.'

 

He goes on, 'November 1st is a significant date for the company. The official launch of the site doesn't take place until February 14th 2007, but with so much already on board, we decided to publish

what was already done ahead of next year. This means that couples getting wed prior to the 14th of Feb could get some benefit. The site is still having the finishing touches added so there will obviously be some bits here and there that need tweaking and finalising, but we hope that people will already be able to see what a fantastic resource Weddingsday will be.'

 

Chris continues, 'With a contemporary look and feel to the site and a down to earth style of writing, this family-based business aims to quickly develop itslef as the place to go to if you are getting married or attending a Wedding in the near future. Think Weddings, Think Weddingsday isnít just our slogan, itís our vision'.


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