A new report from the Center for Responsive Politics shows that in the past three years, the industry has paid for almost half of all weddings, a figure that is a fraction of the total wedding spending.
The report estimates that, since 2009, the wedding industry has received more than $4.4 billion in government subsidies.
And, in 2015, that figure increased by nearly $1.3 billion, bringing the total for subsidies to $7.4 million.
The report, titled The Wedding Industry Is Getting Government Help to Pay for Its Wedding Venues, found that in 2013, more than 4.7 million Americans were in a wedding venue, which is roughly 3.2 percent of all people who attend weddings.
By 2015, it had risen to 7.2 million.
And by 2019, it was nearly 9.3 million, a huge jump of nearly 4 million people.
This means that, in 2014, the largest wedding venue industry was the largest group of Americans in a venue.
And it’s growing, with the industry now being responsible for nearly half of the weddings in America.
The Center for Data Analysis found that by 2019 the wedding venues industry had increased its annual revenue by nearly 30 percent.
That is the largest growth rate in the industry since the industry was founded in 1876.
The wedding industry is getting government help to pay its weddings, the report found.
It estimated that in 2014 the industry had paid for nearly 4.5 million weddings.
And in 2019, the total paid for by the wedding venue was more than 5.3 percent of the wedding spending, up from 3.8 percent in 2014.
That figure, the Center found, represents the most significant increase in the total amount paid by the industry.
And that’s because the industry is responsible for more than half of weddings in the United States, with nearly a quarter of those weddings being held in state-run hotels.
This is one of the ways that the government has helped to fund weddings.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that about 30 percent of weddings are conducted in venues.
The rest are held at private homes, and only about 3 percent are conducted by a wedding photographer.
The Center for the Study of Women in Higher Education estimates that one-quarter of American women in their early 20s will be in a marriage-related venue.
This is not surprising given the economic importance of the industry to these women.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the wedding wedding industry pays more than 7.7 percent of married workers’ wages.
And the report estimates the total industry has been responsible for over half of that total, receiving more than 2.4 percent of total wages paid to married workers.
The largest wedding venues are private clubs, according to the report.
This means that the industry spends a significant portion of its money on wedding venues.
In 2019, a study from the Bureau of Economic Analysis found there was an increase in wedding venues spending over the past year, which led to an increase of $2.5 billion in spending by the hotel industry.
That figure is the biggest increase in spending from the hotel sector in three years.
And the report also estimates that in 2018, the biggest single venue spenders were the hotel operators themselves, with over half the spending coming from hotel operators.
The hotel operators have spent nearly $3 billion on wedding-related events in the last three years alone.
In the report, the Bureau for Economic Analysis also found that a large portion of wedding-based spending goes to weddings in states where marriage equality is on the ballot.
In states where same-sex marriage is legal, more people are attending weddings at a wedding site, the survey found.
In 2016, a majority of Americans were attending wedding venues in states with marriage equality.
By 2020, that number was down to 49 percent.
But the majority of those same-day weddings are held in states that don’t have same-stalking laws.
This includes states that do not have any anti-discrimination laws that prohibit discrimination against gay and lesbian couples.
In 2018, just over half (51 percent) of same-dealing weddings were held in those states.
This number has dropped significantly since 2009 when just over one in 10 same-seeking weddings were in states in which same-sessions were legal.
While there are some notable exceptions, like Texas, where a ban on discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity does not apply to the public accommodations business, the majority are held only in states for which marriage equality has been declared legal.
There are also some other surprises in the report: In 2018 the largest venue spender was the country’s largest hotel operator, Hilton Worldwide.
But, by 2019 that figure had declined to just under two percent of overall wedding spending by Hilton.
That’s the smallest amount of hotel industry spending that the Bureau has found that was directly responsible for the growth in the overall industry in the three