Yes. We are firmly entrenched in our niche. We recognize that there are only 24 hours in a day, and that the ever-changing wedding industry requires all of our time and our full attention. The ongoing process of making editorial contacts and keeping up with wedding trends is practically a full time job itself.
The majority of our press portfolio is online, however we have had success with print and podcasts as well. Do you aspire to broaden your marketing to television? While it is not our specialty, we are happy to recommend a firm to assist. We encourage you to visit our press portfolio to get to know our work better.
Typically, we hold our initial consultation via phone, Skype, or Facetime. We will send you a questionnaire in advance to complete before we speak so we can better get to know you and your unique needs. Our team will review your website, social media mentions, and anything else you would like to share so we can be well-versed during your meeting. You can expect your consultation to take approximately one hour. We'll run through specific questions about your needs, goals, and ideal relationship, and allow you plenty of time to ask questions. After we meet, we'll develop a proposal. This generally takes a few business days to turn around. Once you have reviewed the proposal, you'll have an opportunity to ask questions and express any concerns before signing and commencing services.
Our current clients are primarily based in North and Central America as well as Western Europe but we're available globally. While we're based in Virginia, 80% of our clients are outside of our state.
Absolutely! We offer 60 and 90 day coaching sessions, which allow small business owners to represent themselves. Included in these packages are PR tools such as sample media pitches, webinars, sample press releases, editable media lists to stay organized, and more. Services begin at $1800 USD.
We speak on a number of wedding PR and marketing related topics. We invite you to review our Speaking page for our latest topics and recent engagements. Current clients may download our most frequently requested resources (biographies, head shots, logos, etc.) on our Resources page.
We currently accept all major credit cards.
In college, Meghan decided she wanted to be a wedding planner and was going to name her company One Fine Day. Several years out of school, she was happily planning weddings at reception venues, but realized that she wanted to combine her love of weddings with her PR/marketing background. She shortened her company name to OFD as a “wink and a nod” to her prior aspirations.
If you had asked Meghan one-day after the all-nighter that is known as the Prince William/Kate Middleton Royal Wedding Viewing Party, she would have told you that you were crazy she'd host one for Prince Harry. But she did secretly tuck away her union jack décor and purchased a coffee urn, which she polished off for the May 2018 festivities. Meghan has vowed that she'll be one of the millions lining the streets in about 30 or so years for the next generation of royal's weddings!