Valentine's Day is Sweet for the Wedding Industry
Jan Hurst says that on Valentine's Day six million Americans expected to be proposed to or to propose. This bodes well for the wedding industry, and jewelers may have already reaped the rewards of that romance. The wedding 'industry' includes florists, chapels, ministers and officiants, calligraphers, stationers, musicians, wedding gown purveyors, venues, caterers and many more businesses, large and small.
Louisville, KY, February 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Jan Hurst is a calligrapher who keeps an eye on everything 'wedding' for obvious reasons. She recently read the statistic that 6,000,000 Americans would be proposing marriage or would be proposed to on Valentine's day this year. Because her business is chiefly wedding calligraphy, this is sweet music to her. As a part of her Valentine's Day she visited several florists in her region, leaving candy kisses and her latest brochure so they will remember her when brides want referrals to the best wedding calligrapher in the area.
Hurst says she loves the wedding business because she interacts with (mostly) young women who are at their happiest, if perhaps their most stressed. She enjoys being able to calm the nerves and does her part to make the ramp up to the brides' special days a bit easier. Being very well trained in her field allows her to offer beautiful and graceful lettering options for menus, programs, invitations and envelopes. She works with stationers and people in the printing industry to offer brides the very best combination of wedding stationery and calligraphy. Hurst says she really hopes most of those 6,000,000 Americans on each end of those proposals ended in happy 'yeses'. Not only is the romance indicator high, but it's good for the economy.