One of the worst industries ever known to Americans had to take a pause from preying upon the insecurities of middle-class folks who are suckered into playing and paying for pricey "queen for a day" extravagances . . . Here's what locals hope is a return to "the new normal" and continued opportunity to fleece the fathers of overindulged 20-something white women.
OLATHE, Kan. - The wedding industry was one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. In April, a Lending Tree of engaged couples found 63 percent of them decided to postpone their weddings, but customers of one local venue learned moving their dates to 2021 wasn't an option.