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Key Dates to Boost Your Wedding Business Marketing

  • Posted 3 weeks ago

Dates for your wedding business marketing calendar

As an independent wedding supplier, your marketing calendar can significantly impact your success. From florists and photographers to cake makers and celebrants, staying on top of relevant dates is a great way to boost engagement, attract potential clients and keep your socials current. Here’s a breakdown of some essential dates to mark in your calendar:

  • #WeddingWednesday: A social media staple, leverage this weekly hashtag to showcase your best work, offer promotions, or share insightful tips related to your services.
  • International Magicians Day (January 31st): Think outside the box! Collaborate with a local magician for a unique promotional offer or a styled shoot.
  • Valentine’s Day (February 14th): Love is in the air! Promote romantic packages, gift certificates, or themed offerings perfect for couples celebrating their love.
  • National Dress Day (March 6th): Partner with bridal boutiques or dress designers to showcase your offerings in a collaborative promotion or photoshoot.
  • International Women’s Day (March 8th): Celebrate the amazing women in your life and in the wedding industry, offering a special discount or highlighting female-led businesses.
  • National Bridesmaids Day (March 25th): Offer gifts or discounts for bridesmaids. Partner with a bridal boutique for a fun bridesmaid appreciation event.
  • National Proposal Day (March 20th): Target newly engaged couples with special offers or highlight your past work with romantic proposals.
  • National Flower Day (March 21st): Florists, put your expertise in the spotlight! Share beautiful floral arrangements and design inspiration.
  • World Cocktail Day (May 13th): Caterers and bartenders, showcase your signature cocktails or create a wedding-themed cocktail recipe to share.
  • National Best Friend Day (June 8th): Celebrate the bonds of friendship with packages tailored for wedding party gifts or pre-wedding pampering sessions.
  • Independents Day (July 6th & 7th): Highlight the unique value of independent businesses and offer special promotions to support the “shop small” movement.
  • National Girlfriend Day (August 1st): Encourage brides-to-be to treat their best gals with a fun offer or experience centered on your service.
  • World Photography Day (August 19th): Photographers, highlight your most stunning wedding shots or offer a mini-photoshoot special for engaged couples.
  • National Boyfriend Day (October 3rd): Offer fun packages for groomsmen gifts or pre-wedding experiences tailored to the groom and his buddies.
  • National Checklist Day (October 30th): If you’re a planner or celebrant, share your wedding checklist expertise or offer a free consultation to ease stressed couples.
  • Celebrants Week (November 15th-21st): Celebrants, promote your unique ceremonies and showcase testimonials from happy couples.
  • National Cake Day (November 26th): Bakers, dazzle with your most elaborate wedding cake designs or offer discounts on tasting sessions.

Remember: Don’t just mark these dates; use them to create engaging social media posts, run promotions, network with other suppliers, and reach your target audience with creative marketing materials.

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