Something that we all see come up time and time again on Offbeat Bride are questions about feeding wedding vendors: when should it happen? Is it something that's expected? How can vendors make sure it's understood that they are human beings and need food while working an 8-12 hour day?
This is Offbeat Empire's archive of vendors posts.
We love awesome feedback from our Offbeat Empire readers about our Offbeat Empire vendors. From Home to Bride, we pour a lot of love into every advertorial we write. That's why we're happy to share this amazing feedback from Tribesmaid stephanienjer about her experience with an Offbeat Bride floral vendor versus a non-Offbeat Bride floral vendor. (Hint: ours won!)
Wedding photographers: Ever wonder what goes through the minds of the people who chose (or didn't choose) to hire you for their wedding? Here's one awesome Tribesmaid's reasons why she knows she hired the right photographers to shoot her Toronto-area wedding. Some of the reasons just might surprise you!
You've probably heard the the tired, old expression that the wedding is "the bride's day" or "all about the bride!" That's bullshit — and that way of thinking could be loosing vendors who subscribe to that notion a lot of money. So why is it sadly an all-too-common occurrence in the wedding industry that vendors still ignore the grooms?
Wedding vendors! We already know that advertising with Offbeat Bride gets you the coolest clients. Clients that are fun, awesome to work with, and really make your portfolio stand out with their amazing fashion/venue/dessert/event choices. But did you know that your choice to advertise with Offbeat Bride also makes our readers lives easier?
If you're a wedding pro looking to get your work featured on Offbeat Bride, here are some tips to give your submission the best chance of standing out and bubbling up to become a feature.
Today is the final day of my week-long series about the market research released by Liene Stevens of Think Splendid about the nontraditional wedding market. All week, I've been putting on my demographer's hat and highlighting five unique aspects of the nontraditional wedding market. For this final post, let's talk about how much a vendors personality matters to nontraditional clients…
We're four days into my week-long series about the market research released by Liene Stevens of Think Splendid about the nontraditional wedding market. All week, I've been putting on my demographer's hat and highlighting five unique aspects of the nontraditional wedding market. Today I'mma look at the social media platforms that Offbeat Brides are using.