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It’s the wedding season and wedding planners are making a killing.  A sizeable chunk of the wedding budget goes to them, and rightly so. They’ve been known to take the sting out of weddings. They make it possible for couples to simply wake up on the wedding day, slip into the dresses, walk the aisle, do the dances and take off to Maldives. No hassle. The planner takes care of the mess.

Planners are definitely a great idea, but sometimes you just don’t have that big a budget. Or maybe you want be in the of heat of the action. It’s why Iludio is interesting.

The website is a listing of all the services anyone needs to arrange a wedding. DJs, Caterers, Photographers, Venues, name it. They also have event planners listed.

The website allows  users to view vendors (people providing wedding services) and assemble a team that will make the day just what they imagined. 

The site has a clean UI and it’s easy to move around. A lot of thought went into building it, apparently. The website provides all the details of vendors (complete with their past works and reviews). Vendors can apply to be listed on the website (making it a sort of marketplace). The selection is already sizable with vendors available in places like Enugu and Nassarawa. Although, I attempted to test the limit of the site by searching for a venue in Yobe. I got none.

Check out the website here.

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