I’m Lauren Fraser, the former national wedding magazine writer who landed the Google #1 spot for an article covering 110 wedding entertainment ideas.
Since May 2017, I’ve been putting pen to paper for business owners who are pushed for time and struggle to find the magic words.
But I don’t only specialise in wedding copywriting that shoots to the first page of Google.
I bring several years of experience working on the inside of a national wedding magazine, editing the real weddings pages, proof-reading to perfection and feature writing that earned me an award nomination to each wedding copywriting client I work with.
Make me your on-call wedding copywriter and I’ll help:
- Enable your wedding business to be found online
- Entice your target couples to click, click, click to your site
- Enchant them by matching your service to their needs
- Encourage them to take action, whether that’s getting in touch, requesting a quote or making a booking
With a passion for sparkling prose, an addiction to all-things weddings and a bubbly, bring-it-on attitude, I’ll work behind the scenes to ensure your wedding business takes centre stage.
I work with wedding venues, destination and UK wedding photographers and wedding planners and vendors to attract couples with the right wish-lists and budgets for their services. I also provide wedding copywriting for industry leaders, including Country House Wedding Venues, Wedding Ideas magazine and Propose PR.
5 minutes with me…
I’m a homes, interiors and gardening addict, which makes my favourite kind of post my monthly subscriptions to Country Homes & Interiors and Gardener’s World magazines.
I’m lucky enough to share my home with my fiancé and our retired-racer-turned-marathon-snoozer, Peggy, an 11-year-old rescue greyhound. (Check out what she gets up to over on Instagram. Yes, I’m that kind of dog mum!)
If I could only eat one thing for the rest of my life, it would be roast potatoes. I’ll take them hot or cold, but they have to be crispy.
Slippers and socks should always go together. Cosy feet = happy me.
My own desert island dream involves less of the sandy beaches and more of the wet, windy, rugged landscapes of the Scottish islands… here’s to calling one home someday.