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Need A Tag Line For My Wedding Planning Company
Posted by Anonymous on
1/7/2013 at 8:57 AM ET
The name of the company is Just Chic Wedding and Event Planning, however I am in the process of shortening it to Just Chic Weddings. I would like to add a simple tag line, such as love~dream~plan or you love it, we plan it. I could instead add my name into it. Which is better to do? <br /><br />Thank you in advance!
1/7/2013 at 10:42 AM
If you intend to plan only weddings, that name change will be appropriate. If you hope to do a broader range of events, don't. As for using your name, unless you're widely recognized as the ultimate authority in your field, forget it 'cause your name won't add any credibility.
As for a tagline, give some thought to "You Dream It, We Create It." It's both generic and effective...as long as you include "Planning" in your company name, as in Just Chic Wedding Planners or Just Chick Wedding & Event Planners.
1/7/2013 at 10:46 AM
Heather just adds style (to your most romantic day)
Just adding style
Just adding Heather's style
Just adding Heather's style to your romance.
Adding style to your romance
1/7/2013 at 12:18 PM
Don't add your name to your tagline unless you're well known in your area - since a wedding isn't about you, it's about your clients.Instead, I'd suggest adding your region to your tagline, so it's clear where you serve.
1/8/2013 at 11:00 AM
Thank you for your suggestions. I would love to keep "planning" in the tagline, any suggestions?
1/8/2013 at 12:50 PM
Planning for your special day
Planning for something special?
Personally I wouldn't worry about using your name in your tagline or anywhere else - unless your very best clients expressly don't like it.
1/8/2013 at 1:44 PM
Just Chic Weddings
Planning for a beautiful future together
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