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What Brides Are Saying?

Wedding Professionals: What are you hearing from brides today? Share what you are overhearing from brides. What does their dream wedding look like? What are their needs today? This group will keep us all updated on the modern bride's needs.

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Comment by Lion Photography on February 16, 2011 at 7:39pm

What are our brides saying this year? 

Among the different offers we have, the 10% discount is the one they choose to take. Free engagement session? nein... Free Boudoir session? non...

But I agree with "Chitra" quality still rules. Just today, we got  this email .

Here is what she wrote:

"Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.  My fiancee and I would like to book you for our wedding, our hesitation was that you are more expensive than we had budgeted.  I still think your photos are the best I've seen and I think I would regret not booking you!".

So , there you have it, directly from the Bride...

Makes my day :>)

 

LionPhotography.com

Comment by The Name Change Kit For Brides on February 10, 2011 at 11:49pm

Dr. Linda- With the economy in mind, our bride clients are especially "not" wanting to spend money on gasoline or to take off valuable work time, to proceed through their maiden name change process. As such, our name change software is the happy option! With the knowledge and forms, etc. the software provides, they are not having to go into government agencies, nor take off work to do it! This is saving time and money, along with frustration. People, already frustrated with having to make ends meet, do not need to be stressed over a laboured name change!  

For the vendors information

We Just uploaded a video on the "How To's" of Bride Maiden Name Change, on our BridalTweet page. There are so many, "How To's" ! The video helps the bride to think about how much they need to know when changing their last name. In short, that they really do need expert help via software and access to Name Change Helpers. www.namechangenews.com and www.namechangemadeeasy.com 

Comment by RGH Events on February 4, 2011 at 10:21am
Comment by Chitra on January 25, 2011 at 3:41pm

sorry, my website link is, by the way:

 

http://www.innocencebeauty.com

 

 

thanks:) x

Comment by Chitra on January 25, 2011 at 3:40pm

...have found that in this current economic climate, brides to be are cutting back on almost everything, but despite the cost cuts, are still not willing to comprimise on a quality service to ensure that they get the wedding of their dreams....

 

http://www.innoencebeauty.com
Comment by Maglente on November 28, 2010 at 5:35am
Wedding now is getting expensive yearly. Brides and couples wants to share this moment for their love ones and an etiquette when you hold a destination wedding you simply host your guest accommodation..but due to budget constraints couple just they can't afford to host their special guests accommodation and other things that will occur for their guest arrival, so in responding to this WISHES in Bohol provides live streaming of a wedding over the net and now the distance is not the reason for our client's guest not to be in their wedding without the hassle and fuss for the couple budget...
Comment by Weddings On Wheels® on October 28, 2010 at 3:07pm
With the money as tight as it is in this terrible economy, I've been getting lots of requests for small, private wedding ceremonies. To fill that need, I'm introducing a low-cost, "No Frills" Wedding Service, which includes just the bare minimum necessary for a legal wedding:

* Exchange simple "I do's" (the minimum required by law) before the officiant
and your 2 witnesses

* Signing and filing of marriage license by the officiant

The fee for this service is $175.00 (plus travel fees if the ceremony location is more than 30 minutes drive from West Collingswood, NJ 08107).

Please share this information with any of your clients who may be interested in this type of service. Thank you!

Rev. Debbie Kalinowski
Weddings On Wheels
http://www.weddingsonwheels.org
Comment by Judy Arnold on October 2, 2010 at 10:17am
Thanks Michelle- I pretty much post on facebook just about everyday and that also connects me with twitter (@BrandisBridal). I post on my blog just about every week about new products, specials, ideas, etc.. As far as free listings a have a few but some require a link back. I am working on how to do that with my new and improved website. I haven't done any bridal shows as my products are dropshipped so I don't have products to show other than my website. Thanks for your thoughts/suggestions.
Comment by Simply Joi on October 2, 2010 at 10:15am
I am seeing a lots of the accessories and gifts being purchased by other family members rather then the bride and groom as their wedding gift to the couple. Mother-in-laws buying the wedding favors. An aunt purchasing the gifts for the bridal party. Family members are figuring out the bride and groom don't need another toaster as much as they need help with cutting down wedding cost.
Comment by Simply Joi on October 2, 2010 at 10:06am
Well, Judy Arnold, I think you are on the right track to getting brides to notice your business and start drawing them to your website. Have you done any bridal shows? How often do you update your blog and your social networking? Have you posted your company info on sites that allow free listings? Just a few thoughts/suggestions.
 

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