5 Steps to Landing Top Paying Wedding Clients

If you are looking for an easy way to land top-paying clients, then you probably won’t land top-paying clients. It’s a hard truth but you need to hear it. The solution to landing top-paying wedding couples is simple, but it’s going to take hard, intentional work!  So often we find ourselves looking for the next […]

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Is It Time to Cut Your Losses?

  I didn’t enjoy saying it, but she was paying me to tell the truth. Belle came to me with a problem. She’d been struggling to get her wedding business off the ground for three years. What could she do to make it work? We had a chat and I gathered the facts. The business […]

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How to Start Your Career As a Wedding Planner

By Luiza Kensell The wedding industry is one of the most sought-after sectors nowadays, with thousands of young people dreaming about a career in this fast-growing business. If you are among them, here are some tips and recommendations to start your career as a wedding planner as soon and as successfully as possible. Earn Basic […]

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5 Things You Must Do Before Opening a Wedding Venue

Question: Should I Open a Wedding Venue? This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. “Hi there. First off, impressive website. Great info here and easy to find all your relevant content. Question for you: “I am starting to tinker with the idea of opening a wedding venue in Oregon but have two crucial […]

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10 Things Brides Hate About Wedding Pros

By Megan Miranda #1: They don’t communicate Keep in close contact, even if it’s with a bridezilla or her mother. Brides planning a wedding hate to reach out and not hear back. If you’ve received an email, text, call or pigeon post from a bride or groom, you must write back promptly! Make a rule […]

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3 Tips for Starting a Wedding Planning Business

By Megan Miranda 1. Keep Your Startup Costs Low Fortunately, starting a wedding planning business isn’t as expensive as opening a store or restaurant. You won’t have the cost of renting a large office space (at least at first) or purchasing expensive tools. However, there are some startup costs that you need to consider before […]

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