Margot’s Wedding readers are confident, cool and sassy. They don’t follow trends or look to others for what’s ‘in’. They know what they like and they want their wedding to reflect their wholehearted style.
I understand the importance of marketing your wedding business to the right couples… because I’ve been there. From 2009-2014 I was a supplier. I offered hire items, catering, wedding favours, vehicles… hen parties… I even had a pop-up bar at one stage! I still look back fondly to the creative couples I worked with, they inspired me and made me fall in love with the industry. I also did a couple of weddings that did not inspire me at all! As the years went on it became my passion, and my job, to match up the right brides with the right suppliers. If you’re reading this page I’m guessing you don’t offer weddings in golf clubs, stretchy chair covers or Rolls Royces? I strive to make ‘our kind of brides’ fall in love with everything we stand for at Margot’s Wedding, and put YOU under their noses. I’m a matchmaker for the wedding industry (weird).
The content we put out on the blog and our social channels doesn’t appeal to the sugared almond gang… and that’s fine! I want you to breathe a sigh of relief when you find out about us and put your faith in us when it comes to marketing your business; whether that’s online advertising or exhibiting at our fairs. I believe the key to successful marketing is consistency. If you’re constantly seen, on various channels, your brand will become imprinted on people’s brains and when they need you, they’ll know where to go. There are opportunities with us for promotional blog posts, mentions via our social networks, inclusion in our supplier directory and online sidebar adverts.
Please contact me for rates and to discuss ways in which we can work together.
I’m looking forward to hearing from you!
Founder and editor Helen Ruff runs a closed group on Facebook for wedding suppliers. She does a live broadcast every Friday at 10am in Margot’s World of Weddings. The short videos offer a weekly catch up and valuable lessons she’s learnt from ten years in the wedding industry.