Advertisements

Getting found on Etsy – SEO tips for wedding businesses

Selling wedding stationery on Etsy

Beth Cote from B.designs Paper runs an Etsy business specializing in wedding stationery. She sells both printed and DIY pdf files. Here she shares some of the lessons she has learned over the years.  Over to Beth…… I have run our store for about seven years now and have seen a lot of changes and … Read more

Passports to Royalty. Profile of Destination Stationery

Kate Davies is a wedding stationery designer specialising in unique designs for people getting married abroad or having travel themed weddings. She started her business – Destination Stationery – almost by accident. Here she tells her story and share her top tips for succeeding in this very competitive market. When did you start? I started … Read more

Profile – Angelic Weddings and Events

Catherine Starling started her stationery and wedding design business, Angelic Weddings and Events in 2007. Despite having to take a 6 month break in 2011 she has managed to rebuild the business. Here she shares her story to date, some top organisational tips and talks about the importance of pricing. What does your business do? … Read more

From Golf Caddy to Gift Invitations – My first year in business

In this first of a new series we talk to wedding business owners about their first year in business. This week it’s Jo Harrison, founder of Premurosa which means thoughtful in Italian. What do you do? We create unique invitation gift boxes – invitations which include a gift and can be posted directly through a … Read more

Case Study – Making Wedding Fairs Work

making wedding fayres work

Wedding Fayres (or bridal shows) can be a terrific way to promote your business. It’s the ultimate targeted marketing. But they can also turn into an expensive flop. Jacqueline Sankey of DIY stationery specialist Fuchsia Fairy tells her story of trial and error before finding her way to make wedding fayres (or fairs) a success. … Read more

Profile – Lil’Guy Wedding Stationery

This month our featured business is Lil’Guy Stationery based in Sussex, UK. Like many others, owner Kim Stewart started her business part time while still in employment before taking voluntary redundancy to concentrate full time on her business. 1.    What does your business do? We make beautiful stationery using top quality materials, Grade A rhinestone … Read more

Start a Wedding Stationery Business

If you are creative and love papercrafts, then a wedding stationery business could be for you. Here are our top tips to help you get started: First of all, is it for you? Pros: can be run from home does not require a large upfront investment. can work flexible hours around other commitments Cons: very … Read more