MSmith said:You can buy really beautiful and professional marketing cards from the new vendor to leave at bridal places, etc. re: the wedding registry...
At Consultants Corner you can just click on "Promoting your business" or do a drop down on promoting your business and then CLICK on "Licensed Merchandise Vendors". Then they will show up.its_me_susan said:I just looked and couldn't find them on the site ~ can you help direct me please? I love the Merrill stuff
BethCooks4U said:At Consultants Corner you can just click on "Promoting your business" or do a drop down on promoting your business and then CLICK on "Licensed Merchandise Vendors". Then they will show up.
jwpamp said:Try this for the Bridal Registry. I make 2 to a page to hand out to customers! Good Luck!
I pulled out the phone book, and went to the wedding section. I called any number of vendors and met with the owner of a local day spa - she has brides and bridal parties come in for a day of pampering as well as bachelorette parties - and was more than happy to take my flyers to include in HER mailings out to her brides which she was sending out this week.GeorgiaPeach said:Has anyone put together a flyer or letter to send to businesses (photographers, bridal consultants, bakerys) to generate interest in the bridal registry? Something asking for referrals?
sweet said:I've been reading about the gift registery on personal web site but still didn't figure it out!!! Can anyone help me???
I love the flyers and was thinking about talking to bridal shop owner but little bit confuse on what to say.
sweet said:Thank You so much Lisa.
it's getting little bit more clear now!! I would love for you to give me some tips on what you do for bridal shower, I was thinking of maybe doing a moving out theme show on the same patern that the bridal shower, since these days most people getting married are already moved together before the big day. What I was thinking was to propose a moving out show to people living mom and dad house's, moving to college, since getting started cost SO MUCH money...
I've been working on this idea since my youngest brother told me he was thinking to leave the parent's house soon and his friends as well, he's turning 17 next summer, I remember how I got started when I moved out and been thinking that it would had be great for me to have that kind of party, where I could have had my kitchen stuff for free!!! also remember all the gift I receive for my new place, I don't have guarantie on it and most of the stuff didn't last to long (I've been on my own for 7 years) or was not good quality. Do you know if the gift registry will work for that kind of show?