Peloton, Hello Fresh, Netflix and Ipsy…. Subscription based services are everywhere! Why do we love them so much? What makes them stand out from the crowd? And is there room for one more?
With wedding season in full swing, it's time to think about promoting your bridal business. When planning a wedding, couples are faced with a multitude of decisions they will need to make: venue, dress, catering, flowers, entertainment, photographer, and of course, hair and makeup. Booking hair and makeup is often one of the last elements in the wedding planning timeline, but it's far from the least important!
More and more brides are looking for a team that is experienced and specialized in bridal. How can you stand out from the competition, promote yourself, and capture the client's attention?
Did you know that in 2017, the average wedding party spent $966 on hair and makeup services? If you did one wedding per week, that would make for an annual income of over $50,000! Want a piece of that pie?
Sometimes our best ideas happen over drinks! Three years ago, I was catching up with some friends when the idea of a mobile bridal beauty company came up. As my two friends’ lives became extremely busy, I decided to pursue the idea, solo.