Example: Market size 150,000 or less on a yearly subscription model ($60 per year) for a total of $9 million annual revenue at most. Costs estimated to be less than 500,000 annually.
Having raised over $100 million in angel and VC funding for startups I've founded and a couple others I've advised, I have some related experience in addressing this question.
The company you outlined above seems more like an angel or friends and family deal for a lifestyle business than a VC financing round for a technology startup.
VC's want to see a billion dollar market opportunity potential, and a company that has a chance of reaching at least $100 million in revenue by year 5.
I'd be happy to talk further with you about fundraising options if you'd like to give me a call sometime.