Wedding website to make sure Britons have a Fab Day'

Irish website One Fab Day is expanding to capitalise on the £10 billion wedding industry in Britain, writes Catherine O'Mahony.

26th October, 2014
Susan Gallagher and Naoise McNally of onefabday.com. Picture: Feargal Ward

Naoise McNally and Susan Gallagher set up One Fab Day in 2009 to cater for couples who “weren’t into the beef or salmon weddings”.

The site sees its target market as sophisticated urban women and men in their late 20s and early 30s who are well-educated and have a high level of disposable income.

The website currently receives 250,000 unique viewers every month.

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