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Response: Hi Nicole:
Yes, the bridal industry generates LOTS of money each year. However, I believe that included in that $40 billion is EVERYTHING....from rings, to dresses, to cake, florists, caterers, etc. Obviously, a florist will survive without weddings, likewise a bakery. But, you are absolutely correct that a lot of money is generated by the 'I dos.' Now, given the current state of the economy, I do agree with Glenna. I post on another site and there are sooooo many couples that are going back to 'the old days' of having home receptions, small weddings, etc. Of course, that is not everyone! Yes, Glenna is right....the wedding industry will continue even in a poor economy. Current statistics: The average cost of a wedding in the U.S. is $25,000 and is expected to go to $30,000 by the year 2010. Good luck with your paper!

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