Brides everywhere are focusing as we speak on what to wear on their wedding day, what food to serve, what songs to play, what to give the wedding party, honeymoons, bachelorette parties, and seating arrangements. Every one of us has been to a wedding at some point or another, some more than others. Maybe you've even planned your own wedding. If you have, you know how grueling, lengthy, and costly the process can be, ending with the ultimate reward of a beautiful wedding.
This Topic Tuesday, we'll be covering the Weddings topic on Zujava, which is bound to pick up some extra traffic in the upcoming busy months for wedding planning ahead.
As writers, we can help to alleviate some of those grueling nights searching for the ultimate dress, what to serve, or what to play at the wedding. No matter what topic you currently write about, weddings can be tied in, in some way, shape or form.
Travel writers will find a top list of honeymoon destinations to be a valuable asset to soon-to-be-newlyweds.
Sports writers can offer up fun games for bachelor parties or sports themed wedding showers.
If you write about educational topics or history, brides and grooms can draw influence from famous weddings of the past.
Entertainment writers and reality TV viewers might be familiar with some of the latest wedding events to grace the small screen.
There are infinite ways to write about having a green wedding, as the idea of cutting back and helping the planet seems to be resonating with a continuously growing audience.
Writing about weddings can also increase your reader base. If you're a niche specific type of writer, branching out into the wedding topic by weaving in what you already write about can lead to some crossover traffic. Once you think of a topic, it can likely span across several leaves, whether it's planning a trip, wedding shower party themes, menus, or song lists. (This tip will work for just about any niche. Just head on over to the topics page to get ideas on what crossovers might work with best in your niche.)
What about you? Are you planning a crossover into the wedding niche, or do you currently write about weddings? Attending or attended any memorable weddings that would be leaf-worthy? Share in the comments below!