Today’s blog post is for all of my wonderful Vermont wedding vendors. When it comes to wedding planning, there are a lot of vendors out there for couples to wade through – and it can be extremely daunting if they don’t know where to start.
One of the best ways for couples to quickly identify who they want to work with is through reviews.
We’re breaking down how to get more 5 star reviews so you can stand out and attract more ideal clients. Reviews help couples determine if you’re legitimate, trustworthy, and in line with their values. (After all, who knows your work better than the couples who have worked with you?!)
However, if it feels awkward or time-consuming to ask clients for reviews, then keep on reading– this post is for you.
How To Ask For A 5 Star Review
Sample Email Script
Reviews are not only great for potential clients, but also for supporting other vendors
One thing our members love about our Vendor Guide is the chance to meet and work with other professionals in the field. If you’ve had a great working relationship with a wedding vendor, consider leaving them a review! (and ask if they can do the same) Here are a few examples:
“I’ve had the pleasure of working with [VENDOR] for a few weddings. She goes above and beyond not only for her clients but also all the other vendors at the event to ensure the big day runs smoothly on all levels. No detail is overlooked! [VENDOR] has a unique gift, and those who get to experience it firsthand are richer because of it! “
“I am always put at ease when I learn that I will be working with [VENDOR] for a couple’s special day. [VENDOR] and their team provide some of the best [XX] out there. I cannot recommend their services enough.”
“Whenever couples ask me about photographers/florists/caterers/etc., [VENDOR] is always the first person I recommend. He really takes the time to learn about each couple and their vision. His attention to detail and creative eye are unparalleled. And the photos/flowers/food? Always breathtaking!”
As your new glowing, 5-star reviews come pouring in, here’s how to make the most of them:
- Use them across your website or mailing list
- Include them in your Welcome Guide or other sales materials
- Screenshot them and share on Instagram or Facebook, Linkedin, or on your website.