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Name And Slogan For Online Wedding Business

Posted by Anonymous on 250 Points
Hi, I'm new to the forum and my name is Kat.
I am in the process of starting an online business. I want to sell wedding supplies (decorations, favors, guest books, etc) for as cheap as I can while still making a profit. I also want to provide consulting through email and IMs. I want to help people who want to plan their own wedding, but just need a little help. I currently live in PA, but my family and I are moving in October, because my husband is in the Navy. We're planning to go to the Norfolk, VA area. Once I've been in the area for a while and have done my research, I plan to help men/women in the military who are getting married in the area and fully coordinate the wedding (but that is a long-term goal). I am looking for an interesting business name and slogan. Thank you in advance.

  • Posted on Member
    For a name, consider: The Happy Bride or The Smiling Bride.

    For a tagline to go with it: All the help a bride could want.

    The two elements work well together. Give 'em some thought.

    Hope that helps.

    Phil
  • Posted by pamelah on Accepted
    Bliss
    Wedding supplies and planning

    Ala Carte
    Wedding supplies and planning

    Big Dreams
    Full-service wedding supplies and planning

    Ever After
    Wedding supplies and planning

    A Wonderful Wedding or
    Wonderful Weddings or
    Wedding Wishes
    One-stop wedding supplies and planning

    Of course, these could already be taken.
  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Member
    Remote Weddings
    Wedded Simply
    iWeddings
    iDo Weddings
  • Posted by telemoxie on Member
    I think you need to rethink your plan just a bit. Many folks go into business for altruistic reasons, but at the end of the day, you need to make money. It is nice to sell things for the lowest price possible, but that is a tough way to make money.

    I do not know the wedding business very well, but I would be willing to bet that you could make more money coordinating a single wedding for wealthy family than you could for coordinating a year's worth of weddings for military folk, whether you that in person or online or by instant message.

    If it were me, and I was starting a business in times like these, I might begin with a broader focus, such as event planning. This gives you the potential of repeat business, corporate business, and still allows you to have a wedding division.

    If you like, you can make lots of money on the corporate side, and then provide discount or free services to military folk.

    I am not a branding expert, but if this was my opportunity, I would have at least two entities: an overall umbrella event planning agency, and the blushing bride's division.
  • Posted by k.pohlman on Accepted
    Memory Makers

    "Making Your Dreams Come True, on A Budget"

    "Whatever Your Budget, We'll Make Your Dreams Come True"

    "Everything You Need To Make Your Dreams Come True"

    "Complete, Affordable, Everlasting"

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