My Life My Say

Get Ready With Me

Agency: Wonderhood Studios


This election is anticipated to be the most unequal for voter turnout in 60 years (IPPR), with the widest gap in participation being between old and young. Should this projection become reality, it will result in a government that dramatically underrepresents and further disenfranchises young people.

To make sure the next five years don’t pass Britain’s next generation by, there isn’t a vote among 18-24s to lose. Problem is, with 30% (1.5m) of this demographic not knowing they need ID at polling stations (Opinium, 12th-13thJune 2024), young voters could be turned away in their droves, many of whom will be trying to vote for the first time.

Ensuring this audience remembers their ID is vital for their participation. Without ID, they simply cannot vote. But, with 75% of young people believing that politicians don’t care about them (Opinium, 12th-13thJune 2024), it’s clear that a more personal and relevant approach is needed to reach them.

So, in a timely initiative, the non-partisan youth-led charity have worked with Wonderhood Studios on a pre-election campaign, #GetVotingWithMe, where influencers and organisations will post ‘Get Ready With Me’ content with a twist: ID. While talking through their typical routines, they’ll also deliver an unexpected reminder to bring valid ID, helping their followers really get ready for the polls on July 4th.

By collaborating with creators that young people already listen to through an idea that builds on a popular social media trend, the campaign hopes to reach underrepresented 18-24s in a way that traditional political communications has failed to do.

Going live in the lead up to Election Day, Love-Island-Star-turned-activist Sharon Gaffka, along with other social media creators, participated in the campaign, adding a small but powerful subversion to their normal #GetReadyWithMe content. While going through a type of routine their followers have grown to love and expect, the creators make a dramatic shift halfway through, ditching their make-up and moisturiser tips to instead deliver a message urging viewers to remember their ID: The most essential item in getting ready for polling day.

Tying the campaign together will be a Wonderhood-designed #GetVotingWithMe sticker that Contributors will pin to their content.

To whoever is reading this – don’t forget to bring your ID with you today and make your voice heard.

This professional campaign titled 'Get Ready With Me' was published in United Kingdom in July, 2024. It was created for the brand: My Life My Say, by ad agency: Wonderhood Studios. This Integrated medium campaign is related to the Public Interest industry and contains 4 media assets. It was submitted 9 days ago.


Creative Agency: Wonderhood Studios
Senior Creatives: Jennifer Ashton & Oliver Short
Executive Creative Directors: Ben Edwards & Guy Hobbs
Chief Creative Officer: Aidan McClure
Director of Data Strategy: Jack Colchester
Senior Data Strategist: Alex Koskull
Senior Strategist: Rob Jennings
Chief Strategy Officer: Jess Lovell
Account Manager: Tara Lidstone
Business Lead: Alex Austin
Head of Account Management: Sam Brown
Social Agency: Wonderhood Makers
Co-Founder & Managing Partner: Katie Hunter
Junior Account Manager: Joni Borteye

PR Credits
PR Agency: Mischief
Account Director: Cian Hearns


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