Registration

Create an account and fill up all the required details.

1. Shop details – prepare your logo and banner photos, description, payment setup, and social media accounts.
2. Payment setup – link your PayMaya or bank account details where you prefer to receive the payment of your sold items or services.
3. SEO setup (optional) – prepare SEO descriptions and keywords to help your shop rank in Google. You may skip this step if preferred.
4. For Suppliers selling Items, add your delivery options and/or your preferred pick-up location.

Congratulations, you are now a Wedding Fair Supplier and can start uploading your first product!

Joining Bridebook PH is free. We will only charge you a 5% commission rate from the total sale that will be generated through the Site. This payment enables us to maintain Our platform, business operations, maintenance costs, and marketing expenses.

If you can’t log in to your Supplier’s account, it might be because we ban you for a certain reason. Please contact us immediately to resolve the issue.

Products

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click ‘Add New.’
2. Fill up all the required information. You may check the guide questions in this section.
3. Click ‘Submit.’

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Choose the product type between ‘Single Product’ or ‘Variable Products.’

Single Product lets you offer a product that doesn’t vary in types, brands, colors, etc.
Suggested products: All products with no variations or add-on options, e.g., reservation/booking fee

Variable Product lets you offer a product with a set of variations to control prices, stock, image, and more for each variation.
Suggested products: All products with color or style variations, add-ons, and services with different packages

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Choose the nature of the product, whether ‘Catalog,’ ‘Virtual,’ or ‘Downloadable.’

Catalog – Physical items that can be sent through shipment.
Virtual – Intangible items and digital goods such as reservation or booking fees, memberships, warranties, subscriptions
Downloadable – file or software products such as gift cards and wedding planning app or file

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Add the title to the ‘Product Title’ line.

Note: Adding a proper product title can make a big difference by making it more visible to buyers searching for products. We recommend that you add your business name after your intended title.
Example: Wedding planning and coordination by Rosales Garcia

You can choose to add a regular price or sale price to your product. If you decide to post your product on sale, the sale logo with discounted percentage will automatically update in your post.

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Fill up the ‘Regular Price’ and keep the ‘Sale Price’ blank if your product is not on sale. But in case it is, you may follow below.
2.1 For a Single Product type, you can add the ‘Sale Price’ to distinguish that the item is on sale right away.
2.2 For a Variable Product type, you need to edit Variations first before updating your product’s regular price and sale price. Check out the guide for ‘How can I create Attributes to create my Product Variations?’

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Fill up the ‘Short Description’ box with the summary of your product and short instruction on what the buyer should expect from the price they’re about to pay. You should keep it to less than 50 words.

Example: Makeup by Liz has established its unique style of bridal makeup to give you the perfect glow on your wedding day. Please inquire about our available dates and any questions you have before booking our service. Note that the payment on Bridebook PH is for reservation booking only.

2. In the following line, fill up the ‘Description’ box with a complete description. You may include your package details and add-ons like out-of-town fees etc.

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Go to the right corner of this section to upload the photos.

  • Product profile photo – upload one image to the biggest photo upload.
  • Gallery photo (recommended) – upload the subsequent images to the second photo upload. Click the small plus sign to add more.
  • 360-degree images (optional) – upload a 360-degree image/s if applicable

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Go to the right side of this section and select your product ‘Categories.’
3. Click the small plus sign to see the ‘Sub-categories’ and check accordingly.

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Go to the right side of this section and add the tags you want for your product, like brand, materials, or design. It will consolidate with other identical products when the buyer clicks them.

For example, if you sell perfumes and have many different brands and scents, you could tag ‘Jo Malone,’ ‘bridal perfume,’ ‘floral scent perfume,’ etc. Then add that tag to the menu or sidebar so brides looking for perfumes lovers can easily find what they need.

The Inventory section automatically manages the product inventories and updates the remaining stock and if the product is still in stock or out of stock. It doesn’t apply to products with unlimited numbers of stock. You may ignore this section if it’s not applicable.

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Go to the bottom section and click Inventory to update.
3. Add ‘SKU#’ to your product (if applicable).
4. Check ‘Manage Stock’ if you want to automate the remaining stock when somebody buys your product from Bridebook PH.
5. Update the ‘Stock Status’ if your product is currently ‘In Stock’ or “Out of Stock.’
4. Add the ‘Initial number in stock,’ where our system will deduct the items when buyers purchase your product. This will only work if you check the ‘Manage Stock’ option.

The Shipping section is only applicable to products in physical form. You may choose to use our Shipping system, or you may add the amount to the total price of your product. It doesn’t apply to virtual and downloadable products. You may ignore this section if it’s not applicable.

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Go to the bottom section and click Shipping to update.
3. Add the weight (kg) and dimensions (cm) of your physical item.
4. Add the shipping class and processing time before delivery.

Attributes are the type of product choices that creates variations to a single product. Therefore, it must first be defined before you can create a variable product.

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Make sure the product type selected is ‘Variable Product’ (and not Single Product).
3. Go to the bottom section and click ‘Attributes’ to update.
4. Choose between ‘Brand,’ ‘Color,’ or ‘Custom Product Attributes.’ Click Add.
5. If you choose ‘Custom Product Attribute,’ add the name for your variation. The Brand and Color Attributes already have fixed terms.
6. Add the choices in the ‘Values’ box separated by a vertical line ( | ).

Custom product attributes

7. Check the boxes of ‘Visible on the product page’ and ‘Used for variations.’ Then click ‘Save Attributes.’
8. Go to the Variation section (next tab) and select ‘Create variations from all attributes.’ Click ‘Go’
9. All values listed in the Attributes section will be visible in the Variations section. You can click each one to customize.

Variations

10. You may add images, regular and sale price, stock status, etc. Then, click ‘Save Changes.’

Variations 2

1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Go to the bottom section and click ‘Linked,’ then update.
3. Type and select your products from the ‘Up-sells’ line to appear on the buyer’s checkout page.
4. Type and select your products from the ‘Cross-sells’ line so the buyer can see them while browsing your product.

Yes, you can.
1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Go to the bottom section, click Advanced, and check the ‘Enable reviews’ box.

Yes, you can.
1. At the Store Manager, go to the Products section and click the product to edit.
2. Go to the bottom section, click Advanced, and add ‘Purchase Note.’

Example: Thank you for purchasing our products. We will get in touch with you to discuss your requirements as soon as we get online. Stay safe until then! 🙂

Yes, you can. At the Store Manager, go to the Coupons section and click ‘Add New’ to generate a coupon code for your shop.

1. Add the coupon’s description (optional), discount type, whether percentage (ex: 10%) or fixed product discount (ex: ₱500), and expiry date (ex: 2021-12-31)

2. You can check the boxes to enable these features:
– Show coupon to your store (recommended)
– Include a free shipping fee (optional)
– Individual use only (if you don’t prefer the Buyer to use multiple coupon codes upon checkout).
– Exclude sale items (if you don’t want the Buyer to use your coupon code on the products on sale).

3. You can add more usage restrictions to your coupon.
– Minimum spend (ex: ₱5000) – recommended
– Maximum spend – not recommended as you don’t want to limit your customers from buying your products.
– Products/Exclude Products – if you want to apply the coupon code to a specific product/s only.
– Product/Exclude Categories – if you want to apply the coupon code to a specific category only.
– Email restrictions – if you want to give the coupon code to specific buyers only.

Please note that the Supplier’s coupon code will solely be deducted from your payout.

Bridebook PH’s coupon code can’t be used in conjunction with other coupons. Unfortunately, it means that your buyers can’t use our coupon code and yours together to get a bigger discount when they checkout.

But if you create 2 or more coupons and want your buyers to use them all together to get a bigger discount, all you need to do is ‘uncheck’ the box of Individual use only at the coupon section of your store manager.

Unfortunately not. The default currency on Bridebook is PH is Philippine Peso (₱).

Definitely! Every Item post will have an “Inquire Here’ button, which the Buyers can use to ask you all questions they may have before purchasing your product. For instance, if you’re available on their preferred date or the Item’s specific materials, etc.

Payments

We currently support Credit Card payments (Visa Mastercard and JCB), PayMaya QR, WeChat Pay, QR Ph, and Gcash. The payments are processed through PayMaya Enterprise, a third-party payment channel, and transaction charges may range depending on the payment type chosen by the Buyer.

Joining Bridebook PH is free. We will only charge you a 5% commission rate from the total sale that will be generated through the Site. This payment enables us to maintain Our platform, business operations, maintenance costs, and marketing expenses.

We review all the sales transactions monthly. We process all sales generated on the current month and process the consolidated payout every 15th of the following month.

You must have PayMaya or bank account details recorded in your account to receive your payout.

Yes, you can. At the Store Manager, go to the Coupons section and click ‘Add New’ to generate a coupon code for your shop.

1. Add the coupon’s description (optional), discount type, whether percentage (ex: 10%) or fixed product discount (ex: ₱500), and expiry date (ex: 2021-12-31)

2. You can check the boxes to enable these features:
– Show coupon to your store (recommended)
– Include a free shipping fee (optional)
– Individual use only (if you don’t prefer the Buyer to use multiple coupon codes upon checkout).
– Exclude sale items (if you don’t want the Buyer to use your coupon code on the products on sale).

3. You can add more usage restrictions to your coupon.
– Minimum spend (ex: ₱5000) – recommended
– Maximum spend – not recommended as you don’t want to limit your customers from buying your products.
– Products/Exclude Products – if you want to apply the coupon code to a specific product/s only.
– Product/Exclude Categories – if you want to apply the coupon code to a specific category only.
– Email restrictions – if you want to give the coupon code to specific buyers only.

Please note that the Supplier’s coupon code will solely be deducted from your payout.

Bridebook PH’s coupon code can’t be used in conjunction with other coupons. Unfortunately, it means that your buyers can’t use our coupon code and yours together to get a bigger discount when they checkout.

But if you create 2 or more coupons and want your buyers to use them all together to get a bigger discount, all you need to do is ‘uncheck’ the box of Individual use only at the coupon section of your store manager.

Order ID is the reference used to identify the sale made by the Supplier for every successful checkout.

If you have more questions that are not answered on this page, please contact us at hello@bridebook.ph.