easy marketing ideas for wedding suppliers

So you want to get your brand to have more exposure and all you’re doing is posting your works on facebook and giving away big discounts! Is this you?

Sure you may be good at what you do but if no one knows you exist and your marketing lacks creativity then no one is going to book you!

Good news is, there’s plenty of time to implement these golden tips before the peak season comes so here are some easy marketing ideas that anyone can do while more brides and grooms than ever are shopping around for their wedding suppliers.

Are you ready?

Here are 65 Easy Marketing Ideas for Wedding Suppliers:

  1. Get your works featured on a wedding blog.
  2. Blog your favorite past works.
  3. Write a guest post for a blog. (See example from link)
  4. Have a raffle giveaway.
  5. Offer incentives when people book you within a certain time frame.
  6. Write a helpful wedding tip blog post for brides and grooms and publish it on your own site.
  7. Post your works on Instagram (Use hashtags so brides can easily find you. Use #weddingsph & #thetopknotters) *wink*
  8. Send tokens of appreciation or little gifts for past clients.
  9. Offer discounts or special offers for repeat customers.
  10. Offer something in return for people who recommend you to their friends.
  11. Banner ads on wedding blogs.
  12. Sign up for wedding suppliers directory listings
  13. Carry business cards.
  14. Visit venues and ask about getting on their preferred vendor list.
  15. Post your blog posts on facebook.
  16. Boost posts your blog posts on facebook
  17. Share your works on your FB stories.
  18. Boost post your instagram posts.
  19. Maximize your instagram stories.
  20. Send handwritten thank you notes when people inquire or book you.
  21. Tag and encourage your past clients to share their wedding photos/videos on Facebook.
  22. Tag friends of the couple, entourage on wedding photos
  23. Join up with some wedding industry colleagues and start a referral system for when you are already booked.
  24. Read marketing blogs and websites.
  25. Send out cute little magnets for people to put on their fridges with your branding and URL on.
  26. Twitter is not dead. Start or join twitter chats. Reply to people’s questions (even if they’re not directed at you).
  27. Go to wedding events and bridal fairs.
  28. Network with other wedding industry suppliers.
  29. Exhibit at a wedding fair.
  30. Use Facebook ads to target your ideal client.
  31.  Book a sponsored post on a wedding blog.
  32. Collaborate with some other wedding industry professionals for a photo shoot or event and then submit the results to a blog or magazine.
  33. Work on your website’s searchability (SEO).
  34. Donate your time to a charity you support… and then blog about it.
  35. Share things that make you weird, different and what you love. Like-minded couples will connect with it.30. Work on organically increasing your Facebook engagement.
  36. Run a contest where people need to engage via social media to enter.
  37. Update your website with your best work.
  38. Re-write your About page.
  39. Update the copy on your sales page. Do you have a sales page?
  40. Offer something extra that your competitors are not.
  41. Do a brand audit.
  42. Offer discounts for big orders.
  43. Create your own facebook group.
  44. Do behind-the-scenes for Facebook Live
  45. Do behind-the-scenes for Instagram Live
  46. Do behind-the-scenes for Twitter Live
  47. Rework your packages.
  48. Stay positive. Whatever you put out there reflects you and your business.
  49.  Encourage your past clients to tag themselves in their images on your Facebook page.
  50. Always strive to give the best customer experience possible.
  51. Reply to inquiries within 24 hours.
  52. Enter for an award.
  53. Work on your website’s usability and speed.
  54. Collaborate with bloggers.
  55. Introduce yourself to people.
  56. Write a DIY series that promotes your product.
  57. Utilise blog comments.
  58. Create your brand on Linkedin and engage people.
  59. Create a flipboard account for your brand and share your works.
  60. Share your blog posts on StumbleUpon.
  61. Organize live workshops.
  62. Testimonials – Display reviews on your website.
  63. Start creating your email lists and do email marketing.
  64. Pin your blog posts on Pinterest. Who doesn’t have an account yet?
  65. Don’t give up. If something doesn’t work, pick yourself up and try again.
So how about that? Are you ready to implement all these easy marketing ideas for wedding suppliers? If you have more ideas to add to the list, post your answers on the comment section below.
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