How do I write a wedding vendor review?

How do I write a wedding vendor review?

Now, where to begin? Here are our top seven tips for writing wedding vendor reviews.

  1. Write ’em before (or after!) the wedding.
  2. Think about the stars.
  3. Be honest.
  4. Try to work out issues before writing the review.
  5. Be specific.
  6. Give a shout-out.

How do you write a vendor review?

Use a vendors full company name and not just their first name. In your review, tell a short but personal story about what you loved about the vendor and why the experience made your wedding day better. Take the time and write a thoughtful review.

How do you follow up a wedding vendor?

Let them know where they stand. If you’re taking the time to follow-up with this vendor, then you’re probably really interested in their services – let them know that. Say something like, “We’ve narrowed down our list of top vendors, and we’re happy to say that you’re on our short-list!”

Where do wedding vendors leave reviews?

The Knot and WeddingWire are wedding planning sites that award vendors who are top-performers in their category, so give those deserving vendors a pat on the back and help them win awards that will boost their business! Facebook is another great place to leave reviews, too.

How do you write a review for a wedding photographer?

Questions to answer in your review

  1. How did you find your wedding photographer?
  2. What did you book them for exactly?
  3. Why did you choose them?
  4. What were you looking for and how did they fit the bill?
  5. What concerns, unique to you, did the photographer address?
  6. How did the experience feel?

How do you follow up with a bride?

The follow-up method should match the method the potential bride/groom used to contact you. So, if they sent an email, I would respond via email. As to timing, I recommend following up every 3 business days for 3 times total.

How much does the knot cost for vendors?

She told me that The Knot has 12 million unique visitors per month, is heavily invested with Google (so helps SEO) and that users are on the platform to book local vendors….

Tier of visibility Annual price Monthly price
Standard Storefront $9,900 $825
Featured Storefront $6,000 $500
Premium Storefront $2,100 $175