The wedding supply industry is booming.
While most of the world focuses on the wedding supply market, there are still plenty of companies catering to those in the industry.
Here are the best wedding supply suppliers in India and around the world.1.
WeddingSupply.com IndiaThe online marketplace WeddingSupping.com, one of the largest online wedding suppliers in the world, has seen its share of controversy over the past few years.
While many are quick to point out the lack of diversity in its supply chain, many in the wedding industry are quick, though, to point to the lack, too, of diversity within its sourcing practices.
While it has its own supply chain that does not conform to most wedding supply companies, it is by far the largest wedding supply chain in India, and it has been doing so for years.
The company, which was founded in 2009, started by managing director Suresh Kheru, has grown to become one of India’s largest online vendors.
While the majority of its product is still sourced from the US, it has started sourcing products from countries such as Brazil, Argentina, and China, as well.
The company has been in business for more than two years and its stock has grown rapidly since it launched in 2014.
It has since become one the top wedding supply brands in India with a stock price that ranges from Rs 1,000 per stock on a daily basis to Rs 2,000.
However, this doesn’t mean that it is immune to controversy.
When it comes to sourcing, the company has had its share as well, as a number of major companies have pulled out of the business.
The last company to withdraw from the market, WeddingSupp Supply Group, was forced to make its stock available for sale through the Indiegogo campaign in April 2017.
In a move that shocked many, the entire stock was pulled off Indiego on June 12, 2018, for a mere Rs 50.
The fact that the company did not respond to queries on the issue on its website is a sign that it has changed its practices in the past two years.
However a report by the Indian Wedding Convention (IWC) claims that the stock of WeddingSupp a few months ago went up by 50 per cent.
While there is no evidence to substantiate this claim, the fact remains that the market is not exactly in favour of companies that pull out of supply.