#72: What should I do if I have to postpone my wedding? Featuring Rachel Silver and Juliette Dallas-Feeney of Love Stories TV
Love Stories Radio: A Podcast on Your Wedding Questions
Stressing about wedding planning in these uncertain times? This week Rachel Jo Silver and Juliette Dallas-Feeney of Love Stories TV discussed questions that have come from our community while wedding planning right now. >> Join our Slack channel (bit.ly/lovestoriesslack) to connect with our team, other engaged couples and wedding vendors.
Rachel Jo Silver is the founder of Love Stories TV, a modern media company building the first and largest library of real wedding videos to attract and inspire millennial women. With its massive collection of data-enriched wedding films, submitted by brides and filmmakers from all over the world, Love Stories TV is a hub for a fast-growing and deeply engaged community of brides-to-be and wedding film enthusiasts. Prior to founding Love Stories TV, Rachel spent four years at Birchbox where, as an early employee, she built the community—regarded as one of the most loyal and engaged in all of retail—and defined the first-in-class social strategy from the ground up. Rachel also acted as a face for the brand teaching beauty tips and tricks to it’s huge following on Facebook and YouTube. As Digiday put it, “It’s not often that a marketing employee feels like a celebrity. But most marketers aren’t Rachel Silver.” Rachel is a recognized expert on social and video strategy as well as a resource for the modern, social media savvy bride. She interacts daily with her dedicated community on Instagram answering their questions and providing tips on subjects like bridal beauty, fashion, modern wedding etiquette, and more. She is frequently quoted by outlets like Brides.com, SheFinds, Today.com, and more and is a regular contributor to Brit and Co, Birchbox, and WeddingWire. Rachel is a graduate of Michigan State University and completed her graduate studies in international affairs at the American University in Paris. Her home base is Brooklyn. Listen to the Wedding Bossness podcast here: https://linktr.ee/weddingbossness Subscribe to Musicbed - http://share.mscbd.fm/WeddingBossness Your subscription to Musicbed includes: - Unlimited music for all of your wedding films - Access to a curated roster with hundreds of artists and composers, including CHPTRS, Tim Halperin, The Light The Heat, Tony Anderson, Chad Lawson, and more. Also, browse dozens of curated playlists like Romantic, Uplifting Acoustic, Cinematic, and more. - Full clearance to upload to all social media and streaming platforms, including quick YouTube clearance with SyncIDTM. Get 50% for Honeybook by using our code: http://share.honeybook.com/boffovideo Canva: http://canva.7eqqol.net/OqKGW Get 10% off of Soundstripe: https://soundstripe.grsm.io/paulsantiago Checkout the YouTube channel for bite sized business videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs4f-7m3H2K562O3Lb01xcw/ LIKE THE PAGE! https://www.facebook.com/weddingbossness JOIN THE GROUP! /www.facebook.com/groups/weddingbossness/ The Wedding Bossness Podcast hosted by Paul Santiago BossIG: www.instagram.com/weddingbossness BoffoIG: www.instagram.com/boffovideo Website: www.weddingbossness.com Special thanks to Ning Wong for the sexy headshot Music credits: Season 1 : Isaac Joel - Azophi, Isaac Joel - Adler, Isaac Joel - Obliqua and Isaac Joel - Clavius from www.SoundStripe.com Season 2 : Yung Koolade - Rise, Isaac Joel - Two Leaf Anemone, Yung Koolade - Shee give me that good love from www.SoundStripe.com Branding was a big part of our 'significance in the wedding industry' and that includes website and SEO improvements. Shoutout to Cloud and Web Services for revamping our Boffo Video website and helping us reach so much more people! Support Wedding Bossness by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/wedding-video-boss Check out our podcast host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free with no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-ea71ad for 40% off for 4 months, and support Wedding Bossness.
Smile, You're on Camera — with Rachel Silver of Love Stories TV
Loose Threads — Inside the new consumer economy
#88. Love Stories TV broadcasts wedding videos and the filmmakers, venues and vendors that make them possible. We talk with founder Rachel Silver about how the company identified a missed opportunity in wedding videos, rather than photography, and how it grew into a platform that both empowers talent and publishes original content. The Loose Threads Podcast features in-depth discussions with leaders across the rapidly changing consumer economy.
Creating a Love Story That Lasts With Rachel Silver | Episode 07
Now You're Engaged - A Wedding Show
Rachel Silver is the founder & owner of Love Stories TV, a wedding website dedicated to showing engaged couples the top wedding films from all over the world. In 2016 Rachel left her position at Birchbox to launch her vision for a company that helps connect couples to the filmmakers they didn't even know they needed! She is obsessed with love stories told through film and is able to dive deep to let you know what to look for in a filmmaker and why it's an absolute must! Love Stories TV website & social: Love Stories TV Facebook Instagram Rachel's personal pages: Facebook Instagram Have a wedding question? Subscribe at this link to get access: Ask A Planner
In this episode you’ll hear about:-The struggles of content marketers today, and why media startups need to be especially scrappy and resourceful to succeed-The present opening Rachel sees in media companies and who the Love Stories TV’s typical user is (it may surprise you)-Rachel’s childhood growing up in suburban Detroit, where she was a competitive, synchronized skater!-How coming from a family of entrepreneurs helped inspire Rachel to eventually become one herself-The grand vision beyond weddings that Rachel sees for Love Stories TV, and why content is king when it comes to videos-Why entrepreneurs should be wary of using the “we’re the [blank] for [blank]” description when first building their companiesStay tuned until the end of the episode, where Rachel shares the best piece of advice she’s gotten thus far and explains why she’d want to interview The Knot’s Carla Roney if given the chance.