Wedding service provider, WeddingZ raises more than $1 Million

By | December 14, 2015


Weddingz raises more than $1 Million



Online wedding service platform, Weddingz.in has secured more than $1 Million in angel round of funding from group investors including Vice President and Managing director of Google India, Rajan Anandan.

Reema Kagati, Zoya Akhtar, Ruchi Narain, Amrish Kumar and Hrishikesh Parandekar, the CEO of Ambit Private Wealth have also participated in this round of angel funding raised by Weddingz. The company will use the raised fund for expanding its operations to some other cities, as well as for marketing and automation.

Weddingz is a four month old Mumbai based wedding service provider startup that allows customers to find and book venues as well as various wedding services. Currently, it covers 10 cities in India including Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Pune, Goa and five cities of Rajasthan.
As of now, Weddingz has already served more than thousands family and closed hundreds of booking. The company is planning to add some more cities like Kolkata, Chennai and Hyderabad by the end of 2016.



The company provides solutions to all wedding needs by using both technology and people. If you want to avail its service, then all you have to do is call and give your requirements. The startup offers more than 2,000 wedding services and 1,500 plus venues through its platform.



The startup is hoping to have more than 100 venue booking per month over a period of 12 months. it also wants to offer its service to the top 100 cities of India in future. The company will add some other services like Honeymoon packages, gift registry and others to its platform.

Indian wedding market is huge and it keeps growing as time progresses. Weddingz will face completion from some other players in this market that includes WeddingPlz, WedMeGood, Marryinaweek and PlanningWale. WedMeGood had raised more than $400K in seed round of funding led by Indian Angel Network in September. Recently, NDTV had also launched its wedding and festival planning service named Special Occasions this month.