Who needs wedding planner content ideas?
If you just shook your head “yes” and your inside head emoji looked like this 🤯, you’re in the right place.
But I can do one even better! Today I’m going to give you wedding posts ideas specifically curated for the month of November. This isn’t just another one of those generic monthly content lists that you see on Pinterest or in Google searches. These ideas will help you write fun, engaging content designed to attract wedding planning clients.
November Wedding Posts Ideas
First, let me just say that I believe that blog writing is the number one way to boost your online visibility. So these content ideas are blog prompts. You can then repurpose your content by breaking up your piece into Instagram and Facebook posts. Before you write one word, though, I want you to think about the keyword you want to use. This means you might need to do a little research. It is important you think locally when picking your keyword. If you need help with optimizing your blogs so that you’re getting organic traffic, enroll in my blogging course. All right, these ideas are going to be fun, so get excited!
1. Days in November
We’ve all seen the Instagram posts, “National Donut Day,” “National Dog Day,” “National Pie Day.” Celebrating certain days of the month can be a really fun way to get engagement. But instead of just sharing a picture of your dog or a Trix-covered donut, let’s relate it in a way your ideal client would actually love to be a part of. Try to come up with some rich content using these ideas.
Nov. 1 – Extra Mile Day
Have you ever gone the extra mile for a client? What was it? Could you share this experience with your readers? If this sparked some ideas, then write about it. Remember to share lots of details. I remember a time where I folded 150 napkins the night before a client’s wedding because her caterer friend no longer wanted to do the job. Now, be careful… I don’t want you to get used or abused by clients, but sometimes compassion can go a long way.
Nov. 3 – Cliché Day
A marriage made in heaven
Always the bridesmaid, never a bride
Icing on the cake
I could go on and on. On this day, publish a post about a wedding cliché. Remember, get specific. Do you love it, hate it, or think it’s funny? If I were writing it, I would use the blushing bride and use a real-life example from a past wedding. I would share where she got her dress, who did her hair, and who did her makeup. #ClicheDay
Nov. 4 – National Candy Day
Have you had a past couple or current couple do a candy bar? Or do you have a local candy shop in your area you could share with your audience? Maybe ask to interview them or maybe even do an impromptu styled shoot. I’m sure they would love the publicity. #CandyDay
Nov. 9 – Chaos Day
This is a gold mine right here. Wedding days are total chaos. You could go in a number of different directions with this one. You could write about what a wedding day looks like for you as a planner or for the couple. You could write a piece on how you’re a “chaos coordinator,” giving specific examples that happened at a wedding and how your client never even knew. These are great authority builders. Chaos never dies, so why not embrace it? #ChaosDay
Nov. 18 – Princess Day
This is too easy. Create a post around cute flower girls who stole the show. Or you could write about a bride who looked like a princess. Remember to mention the vendors who helped her look that way. You should even talk about your own fairytale wedding or the wedding you envisioned growing up. You could collaborate with your local dress shop and do a full-on story about the different Disney princesses and their dress style. Remember, have fun with it. #PrincessDay
2. Thankful Series
November is a great time to share your appreciation and give thanks to those who helped you over the past year. Use this opportunity to express your gratitude for the past year’s little moments. This is the time to show up and give credit where it’s due.
If you’re feeling really moved by this topic, you could have a whole series of vendors, clients, and family members you’re thankful for. Share why you’re grateful for those who helped you out, or even write about certain wedding day moments you were overjoyed to be a part of.
This is a great time to showcase some of your military clients. You could also discuss military wedding traditions. Highlight a vendor who has a military background. Maybe even interview or share a father-of-the-bride who was in the military and what his daughter’s wedding was like for him.
Are you planning on doing something for the community this year? Use your blog to share the event and give details on how they can help the cause.
November is a time for shopping! We have Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday. Plus, November kicks off the engagement season!
Small Business Saturday
This is the perfect time to highlight a local jewelry shop. Try to get an interview with them and share a few of your favorite rings. Tell your audience all about the shop, why you love it, and what it has to offer clients. Make sure you discuss the process or how to pick out a ring.
Help your clients out by giving them some ideas of what to buy on Cyber Monday. Bridesmaids gifts? Wedding décor? Wedding exit ideas? Highlight some ideas along with the online shops you think they should check out.
Wedding Posts Last Words
Did any of these blog prompts spark some ideas and helped get you motivated? I hope so. Remember to have fun with these wedding posts. Your best blog post will be the one you’re most excited to write about, so make sure you enjoy the topic. If you’re blogging but it’s not getting you noticed online, then it’s time to learn how to optimize your posts with the Book More Brides Blogging course.