As a planner you are staying busy rescheduling wedding dates and reassuring stressed out wedding couples that you have solutions. But how much of your time is spent creating new income for your wedding business?
Great weddings are not only planned; they are executed and managed. You know a planner must be a quick problem solver, mediator, producer, and team player. Rock a proven planner system that highlights your talents and guarantees event success.
You may have started your planner business for reasons that had nothing to do with money. But if you’re not charging enough, your business won't be around for long. How much is enough? We uncover hidden factors and help you calculate that magic number.
You wake up in a cold sweat after a night of fitful sleep. Did the caterer increase the guest count after the latest RSVPs? Was the florist able to match the cantaloupe accent color for the centerpieces? Did the venue remove the ugly wall hangings from the entryway? You have your plan together. What about everyone else?
Designs are getting bigger and more extravagant for next year. It’s time to put Pinterest away and construct a dream of your own.
As a planner, the difference between loving your job or hating it depends on choosing the right wedding couples. You didn’t leave your 9-to-5 corporate life to be overworked and underpaid by less-than-ideal clients. You have the right to interview your couples to determine if they are a fit.
First impressions last much longer than the 30 seconds they take to create. Snap judgements are not always accurate, but they endure. How can you make sure your non-verbals actually communicate that you are the pro they should hire?