Juraj Zamborský, Head of Growth at Avocode, had probably the most exciting cold email challenge... ever! To invite people to his wedding this summer.
Here's how it all looked... 👇
*email translated from Slovakian
1. Creativity in its finest form
Where do we start... A cute storyline in images, a happy couple, a cameo appearance from Noris 🐕, and overall a fun-to-read email showed that possibilities to be creative are endless.
2. "A breath of fresh air" in anyone's inbox
Obviously, COVID-19 has changed many of our plans, including Zuzana & Juraj's wedding plans. While all of us have been receiving "how-to survive" guides and similar emails, no person can resist opening an email with such a unique subject line.
3. Making it easy for their future guests
A simple Typeform link and an image pointing to it allow people to easily figure out what to do next. Plus, it streamlines important information promising a great wedding in August.
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