If you’re thinking about getting married, I highly recommend checking out bridal shows. You’ll find all the vendors and planners that will help make your big day everything it’s supposed to be.
A bridal show is a great opportunity to get an accurate vibe and understanding of what you need before making any decisions. Wedding planners worth their salt frequently attend bride shows and network with vendors. Why? They know that visibility is crucial in this industry!
When I started my business, one of my resolutions was to be visible. I regularly attend bridal shows and offer a complimentary zoom call to meet with my clients prior to working with them. We need people’s trust; we have so much power over what happens during their special day! My goal is for you, the client, to be convinced of my quality that only a face-to-face conversation can provide.
The reputation of my brand means a lot to me. That’s why I only take on 10 weddings per year. I want to make sure that your wedding day is everything you could ever hope for and more. I take the time to work with my clients, so I can deliver an experience tailored specifically to their needs.
I am so proud to be a part of a business that does over 80 corporate events a year as well as rentals every weekend. I’ve been able to help a lot of people financially – both friends and family. Everyone on our team has been with us for at least 3 years. Sean and I have been doing this the longest (23 years!) and in May we will be celebrating 30 years together as a married couple. Can’t believe it!
Here’s my quick tips for attending a bridal show:
- Go with your posse! Get to know your Mother-in-law to be, sister-in-law to be, welcome them to your inner circle.
- Make it an experience. Go to lunch afterwards and discuss what everyone thought and saw, take notes and remember to always go with your gut.
- When taking business cards at a show, I understand it may be intimidating, so bring a bag to put everything in and the vendors you want to follow up with fold or bend their business cards and just slip the ones you are not interested in “just being polite to” in your bag. Better yet you could always say no thank you, honesty is the best policy. :)
- And if you need an advocate or someone to help your voice be heard let’s chat, I got you!
Got questions about my services? Call me today at 724-968-7135 or sign up to my appointment for online. See you at the next show! I’d love to meet you and chat.