So, I’m going to do something I’ve never done before which is create an entire blog post about my services. Which, in general, I don’t recommend. I’m going to do it anyway because I have exciting news to annouce.
Recently, I’ve started a new venture that’s wildly outside my normal which is wedding planning. My business is called Lovely Ever After, and it offers a variety of services. That being said, obviously I’m not going to stop writing or editing. That’s still my main focus. This just gives me a fun, part-time job that caters to my other interests. But it also opens me up to a new writing niche which is weddings.
I’ve spent a lot of time studying weddings at this point. I follow all the blogs, and I’ve read all the books. I’m even currently enrolled in a wedding planning course at the New York Institue of Art and Design. I find weddings exciting because each wedding is different, and it takes creativity and attention to detail to produce an awesome wedding. But weddings are also complicated, and they require a lot of inside knowledge. So, I would love to be able to start writing about weddings as well. So, as of today, I am offering wedding blogging!
Wedding blogging is basically informative blog posts about various topics. If you’re a florist, you might write about the difference between fresh flowers and silk flowers. If you’re a photographer, you might offer an abbreviated shot list. Weddings offer endless topics for vendors.
If you’re a wedding/event vendor and you’re looking to jumpstart your business, a blog is the way to go. I wrote a blog post for Waypoint Writing about why having a blog is so important, so you can check that out. Basically, a blog helps you to establish credibility, improve your website’s SEO, and give you an opportunity to sell your services. I have the expertise regarding the wedding/event industry and the writing skills to produce what you need. If you’re looking for samples, you can check out Lovely Ever After’s blog.