We all know by now how important a well-written blog is to our business, but it is often hard to come up with topics. Below are a list of 20 topics that you could use as a jumping off point for many future blog posts for your wedding planning business blog.
Local venue feature
What to expect from your wedding planner
Real Weddings (I like to split the weddings into multiple posts, such as floral details, ceremony décor, printed materials. Etc. )
Unique guest book ideas
Cost saving tips
Why hire a wedding planner (This is a good post to have in your archives. It gives readers a reference as to why you and your services are valuable.)
Tips for choosing a venue
What is the difference between an independent wedding planner and a on-site venue coordinator? (Lots of venues advertise having a planner on site and brides do not think they need to hire a planner.)
How to create a wedding day timeline
Small touches to increase guest comfort
Seasonal color trends
Interview with a past client (If you have a client who you just loved working with and who sings your praises, this is a way to take it a step beyond a short review.)
What to include in guest welcome bags
Questions to ask before you hire your (insert wedding vendor category)
How to create a wedding budget
Creative wedding favors
Holiday themed party posts (Holidays are a perfect time to write about setting a beautiful table, or tips for how to plan a party so you can enjoy it as much as your guests.
Creating a wedding day emergency kit for the bride and bridesmaids
My goal when writing for my blog is to give the reader enough information to be helpful but not so much that they feel they do not need my services. You want to be viewed as a resource, and someone they need to create their perfect wedding day. And remember there are many reasons to blog even if you think no one is reading.
Today’s post is a guest post from Amber Peterson. Amber is the owner of Cheers Wedding & Event Planning in western Washington. She has a Masters Degree in Integrated Marketing Communications and previously worked as a marketing consultant for wedding industry professionals. Amber is also the co-founder of the Skagit Wedding Society.