Event & Wedding Venue Brochures

You’ve built out a stunning event venue and it’s ready to host weddings, graduation parties, corporate events, retreats, mitzvahs…but the phone doesn’t ring and the calendar sits unbooked.

What to do?

First, let’s get that website copy polished and optimized to attract more leads to your site.

Next, let’s take a look at your event or wedding venue brochure.

After the initial contact from an interested couple, are you emailing them a polished, professional venue brochure? After site visits with event planners, are you providing an informative and attractive event deck, laying out your capabilities and capacities?

A carefully written and beautiful brochure underlines your competence and professionalism. It tells the seasoned event coordinator that they can trust you with their biggest client’s annual summit. It tells an anxious mother that her baby’s wedding day will be in excellent hands.

And it answers most of the most common questions that you’ll receive — square footage, capacity, A/V equipment, catering capabilities. The more questions you can answer in your event brochure, the more time your event team can devote to hunting down new leads and wowing upcoming clients — rather than answering the same five questions over and over.

If all that sounds like something you could benefit from, let’s talk!

As a hospitality copywriter with first-hand experience in both catering companies and event venues, I can help you to craft the right message to your ideal clients.

White table with white wedding cake on top

The Brochure Writing Process

Table spread with white tablecloth and flatwear for a wedding party

I’ll send you an info form for you to fill out with all the details about your event venue. We’re talking square footage, capacity, catering options the works. If there’s something you don’t want to include, let me know.

Bride and groom hand in hand with a bright floral bouquet

Then, we’ll chat about your venue. Who is the ideal client that you’re trying to reach? What is your price point, and how does that compare to your competitors? What makes your venue unique?

flatlay of paper and pens to simulate wedding venue brochures

Next, I’ll take all those little details and your marketing goals and turn them into wedding brochure copy that would make Martha Stewart weep.

You’ll hand that copy over to your designer for layout and photos, and you’re done!

You can post the PDF on your website, or send it to event companies and potential clients by email for a quick, convenient way to showcase your venue at its best.

Kate did a fantastic job in writing content for our brochure! I highly recommend her to anyone looking for a great content writer. You will not be disappointed!
- Lucy
Kalaydjian Hall, Los Angeles

Event and Wedding Venue Brochures

Starting at $450

What you’ll get: 

  • Initial consultation and review of brand materials for your voice
  • Up to 2,000 words of sparkly wedding/event brochure content
  • Up to two rounds of revisions as we polish and tweak

Want to DIY your event brochure instead? 

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you should consider in your venue brochure.


  • Do you only do copy for event venues?

    Certainly not! I can write brochure copy for your upcoming festival, conference, trade show — any event where people gather.

  • What if I just want you to edit my existing brochure?

    Happy to help! Rates for edits will vary based on the length of your current content and the amount of editing required.

  • Where can I see samples of your work?

    Check out my portfolio.