New Wedding Trend Brings Ceremony Script Writers to Public Attention
Added: (Sat Jan 09 2010)
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Reece Manley and other major authors are beginning to put their talents into the new, hot trend in the wedding industry – wedding scripting and professional vow writing. Wedding scripting first hit the trends in 2009 and in 2010 they will prove to be the indispensible component for every elite bride.
Dallas, Texas - January 08, 2009 -- “Wedding scripting is a beautiful, beautiful process,” says Anne Days, famed Wedding Planner. “It is done as much for the couple as for those attending the ceremony. With a good wedding writer, you can be sure each word is perfect, each phrase meaningful.”
WeddingWriter.Info opened this month to handle the demand for quality wedding writing, ceremony scripting and even emergency vow writing for Grooms or Brides. Weddings are remembered long into the future. However, a more interesting statistic – 89% of brides can recall their wedding vows ten years after the wedding date, according to TRI Research. Grooms? They come in at a sentimental 45%. Wedding writing is an important part of the wedding industry because it helps to guarantee the vows are perfect.
“The way I help a bride or a groom is to begin with a conversation with them. I get to know them, the way the express themselves, the way they feel,” says Reece Manley of WeddingWriter.Info.
“From there, I draft anything from a vow, a set of vows or a whole wedding ceremony including pastoral comments. It can really be a small part of the ceremony or it can assure the whole ceremony is perfect. Prices are affordable as well, I just provided a groom a beautiful wedding vow for just $69.00 including the rush fee and the phone time.”
WeddingWriter.Info also recognizes the need to have a good feel for the wedding industry as a whole. Their site will soon future planner referrals as well as free vow samples. For now, if any help is needed, visit the site at www.WeddingWriter.info.
Reece has written vows for over 200 couples, including many nervous grooms and blushing brides. He has scripted several weddings for clients including one at the Waterford.