Nearly $2.6 BILLION dollars has drained out the wedding economy between 2009 and 2010.

This should come as no huge surprise, considering the declining number of marriages, increased competition, and shrinking budgets. The question now is, ‘How can I have a successful business in this economy’?

It takes a strong, motivated business person to make their business thrive in a struggling economy. You need to know your strengths, and more importantly, your weaknesses, in order to ensure that you don’t become a casualty of the new wedding industry. So how do you survive?

You need a game plan. Figure out if you are a wedding business Thriver, a Barely Survivor, or a Victim. Trust me, you want to be a Thriver.

Thrivers keep booking weddings regardless of the economy. They have an abundance of leads and they book as many weddings as they want. Successful wedding vendors know their limitations, and work hard to overcome them.

Are you curious to see how you stack up?

Find out if you’re a Thriver! Take this quick Wedding Business Thriver test.

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Stephanie Padovani

Stephanie is a Hudson Valley wedding insider, blogger, writer, and wedding business coach. Want to book more weddings at higher prices? Quit dealing with price shoppers? Transform your wedding business so that it supports the life you really want? Look her up! They don't call her the Wedding Business Cheerleader for nothing. :)

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  1. allen mora says:

    i run a photo booth rental company

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