How To Have A Successful Wedding Season NEXT Year

How To Have A Successful Wedding Season NEXT Year

Yes, it’s wedding season. The June brides are strolling down the aisles, wedding gifts are flying off the shelves and honeymooners are heading to the airport. Has your business had a great wedding season this year? Great. But if you want to have a great wedding season next year, you need to get to work now.

Back in the day, it was easy to capture wedding business. If you owned a floral shop, catering company, bakery, wedding boutique, travel agency, event center or tuxedo rental business, you bought a booth at the annual Bridal Expo at the Pavilion at State Fair Park. That’s where you got much of your business. But today’s brides and grooms are spending a lot of time shopping online. They’re checking out venues, ordering invitations and even selecting gowns online. And if you’re not right in front of them while they’re searching during their lunch hour or at 3 a.m., you might not be busy next June.

Get Your Piece of the Booming Bridal Business Online

When future brides and grooms search online for a wedding supplier, does your business show up at the top of the search? If not, the experts at Tyler Media Digital can help. When a woman changes her status from In A Relationship to Engaged on Facebook, are you putting digital ads about your business where she will see them? When someone looks at your website on their mobile device, is it easy for them to navigate and find what they want for their wedding next June?

When potential clients do a tasting at your bakery, are they posting positive reviews about your cakes? There are great digital tools and strategies that make it easy to reach future brides and grooms, and the Tyler Media Digital team can customize a program just for you.

Whether you want to capture the attention of future brides and grooms in Norman, OKC, Moore or Tulsa, the experts at Tyler Media Digital make it easy and affordable. Contact your sales rep today, and watch increased sales walk down the aisle next June.


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