If you're planning on tying the knot in the next five years, you'll be doing a lot to boost the economy.
Industry research group IBIS World reported Tuesday that thanks to an improving economy and an increase in disposable incomes, the $50.6 billion wedding industry is expected to grow 2.3 percent over the next five years. IBIS identified five sub-industries that will see a particular increase in profits.
Click through the slideshow below to find out which industries will profit most as people spend more on their "I dos."
Lingerie, Swimwear and Bridal Stores
Lingerie, swimwear and bridal stores are expected to earn $17.9 billion in 2018, a 4.4 percent increase over 2013 earnings. Overall, spending on clothing makes up 9 percent of wedding industry revenue.
Florists can expect to earn $9 billion in 2018 -- 2.1 percent more than 2013. Ten percent of florists' revenue comes from weddings, and flower sales make up about 5.1 percent of the overall wedding industry.
Caterers are likely to bring in $8.9 billion in 2018, an increase of 2.3 percent over 2013 earnings. Catering makes up 25.6 percent of wedding industry spending. Within the catering industry, engagements and weddings are expected to account for about 30 percent of revenue.
Photographers' revenue is expected to rise to $10.5 billion in 2018, an increase of 1.8 percent over 2013. Spending on photography makes up 13.5 percent of the wedding industry's revenue.
Taxi and Limousine Services
The taxi and limousine services industry is expected to bring in $12.7 billion in 2018, growing by more than 3.2 percent over 2013. Transportation services generate about 7.1 percent of the wedding industry's revenue.
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