There really is no way to overstress the importance of being on the same page as your wedding client. On the big day, there is no room for misunderstanding because there are no do-overs. Once the event is over there is no going back. As a wedding planner, you want to make sure that the bride and groom are beyond satisfied with the event and have memories for a lifetime. That is where a wedding client questionnaire comes in.Continue reading 5 Questions to Include in Your Wedding Client Questionnaire
I don’t care what some people in the digital world say, hashtags are not dead. My social media feed can’t be wrong. What has changed is how they are used. They can be a great tool for your wedding planning business – if you find the right ones.Continue reading 5 Tips for Choosing the Best Hashtags
There are some things that should be included or revised in your event planning contract after Covid-19. While this is not a comprehensive list it is a great way to get started and think through how to change your contract and negotiate with vendors or venues.Continue reading Your Event Planning Contract After Covid-19
Creating an event proposal is great, but almost anyone can do it. Creating a proposal that will actually win over clients take time, effort, and attention to detail. If you are new to the event planning business, you might find writing a proposal overwhelming and wonder how you will compete with the competition. We’re sharing all the tips for not only creating an event planning proposal, but winning over your clients.Continue reading How to Create a Winning Event Planning Proposal
Marketing is something that you can’t forget about when you are trying to start your event planning business. But poor or incomplete marketing is worse than no marketing at all. When you are making your event planning marketing brochure to advertise your business there are some essential things to include.
I want to help you learn what to include in your marketing brochure in order to make your efforts profitable. There are five things that I think are the most important aspects to be included. If you don’t forget to include these items then you will be well on your way to making a successful brochure.Continue reading 5 Things to Include in Your Marketing Brochure
Uncertainty is not something that is good for event planning businesses. Clients want clear and concise contracts that don’t hide any details. However, being very clear in your event planning contract is not just for your client, but also for your own protection. Detailed clauses will help to protect you and your business from anything that may go wrong that is out of your control. They can also ensure you get paid.Continue reading 4 Items Your Event Planning Contract Needs
A major part of running an event planning business is being able to write a proposal that will catch the client’s eye and get you the booked. However, if you are new to writing proposals this can be overwhelming. Don’t worry, that is what we are here for.Continue reading 5 Items to Include in Your Event Planning Proposal
Social media is an amazing outlet for growing your event planning business. This method will reach people that you wouldn’t be able to reach with traditional marketing or even by word of mouth. Word spreads much faster on the internet than it does in person. But how can you utilize this space for relevant business marketing? The answer is hashtags.
We have put together 5 tips for getting your event planning business found on social media using hashtags. There are many other tips and tricks that can be used effectively to bring attention to your business but these are the best and most practical tips if you are just starting out.Continue reading 5 Tips For Using Hashtags on Social Media
In this tutorial, I’m sharing what should be included in your client welcome kit.
When you present your clients with a detailed welcome package, their minds will be set at ease knowing that you’ve put so much thought into their event. You’ll build instant rapport and immediately get them thinking about working with you again. A welcome kit was designed to make selling easy and effective.Continue reading Create an Event Planning Client Welcome Kit
Booking a new event planning or wedding planning client is an exciting process, and how you welcome that person into your company can leave a lasting impression for your working relationship. Today, I want to share 5 things to include in your client welcome letter to ensure that you stand out in client’s eyes.Continue reading 5 Things to Include in your Client Welcome Letter