This is Surrey WeddingShow247’s monthly round-up. Take a look at some of the industry insights that were shared on our platform over the last month. We have hand-picked some of the highlights. For a full look at what is going on explore the blog and seminar room.
1. Written by WeddingShow247 – Building an effective marketing strategy in a virtual exhibition community platform
Are you wondering how to market your wedding business? Do you have the tools and resources to get started, but don’t know where to start?
There is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to marketing your wedding business, as the approach and goals will be different for every brand. However, there are some general tips that can help build an effective strategy.
2. Written by Buzz Music Group – The best wedding ceremony songs – Wedding processional ideas for an unforgettable entrance!
Are you looking for the perfect wedding music to walk down the aisle to – something that creates a sense of occasion and reflects you as a couple? Grab a cuppa or, sit down and relax and listen to these suggestions. They have been compiled from years of experience playing at weddings and we offer you a classical and a pop list to browse
3. Written by BusyBrides – 3 reasons why every couple should look into hiring a wedding planner
If you are planning a wedding and wondering whether you need a wedding planner, then read on to make a more informed decision. It can be very tempting to save money and try and plan everything for your wedding yourself. However there are many reasons why hiring a wedding planner may turn out to be your best wedding planning decision yet.
4. Written by Milli Beamer – The evolution of wedding music: From traditional to modern trends
Have you ever wondered where the infamous ‘Wedding March,” aka the “Here Comes the Bride,” music originated? That specific piece of music is from an opera by Richard Wagner called Lohengrin. The tune was written in 1850 and was first used as a wedding march in 1858 for the royal wedding between Princess Victoria and Prince Frederick William of Prussia. You may be surprised to find out how other wedding music traditions started.