Learn about the inspiration and vision behind BridalTweet.
If you are a Bride-To-Be, when is your wedding date?
June 28, 2008
A little about yourself and what you have to offer this wedding community?
Thanks for stopping by! I love weddings and I love social media! It is my dream to use my talent and expertise to improve the lives of Brides and Wedding Vendors! Here's my professional bio:
Christine Dyer has led the way in using social media to transform the wedding industry. Christine is the founder of BridalTweet.com, the wedding community that connects over 25,000 brides and wedding vendors each month. At BridalTweet, Christine also shares free wedding marketing advice with wedding vendors. As a testament to Christine's social media expertise, WeFollow.com has ranked BridalTweet as the #1 most influential wedding planner brand on Twitter with its 44,000 followers.
Christine Dyer also spent the last six years working at American Express and most recently was their Director of Social Media Marketing. In this role, Christine led the development and growth of Facebook fan pages, which include Small Business Saturday (1.5+ million fans) and American Express OPEN (134,000+ fans).
Christine holds a B.S. and M.B.A. in marketing from Fordham University.
Do you have a wedding website, blog, or registry link?
Hi Christine: I am trying to start a blog about wedding ceremonies and how I help couples plan the one they want to have. What do I need to do to start one on your site? Mostly, I want to point out that couples need to at least speak to the officiant before they choose. I have heard so many horror stories about officiants who refuse to perform the ceremony that the couple wants. I offer couples the ceremony of their choice, not what I call a cookie cutter. As long or short, fun or serious as they want it. That is why a lot of couples choose a JP or an Officiant not associated with a church.