As a wedding planner, having a strong branding strategy is crucial for setting yourself apart from the competition and attracting potential clients. One key element of branding is choosing the right font to represent your business. The font you choose can have a big impact on how your branding is perceived by others, and it can also help to create a cohesive and polished look for your marketing materials.
However, with so many font options available, it can be overwhelming to try to pick the perfect one for your business. That’s why we’re here to help. In this blog post, we’ll be sharing some of the best Canva fonts for wedding planners, to make the process of selecting a font a little bit easier. We’ve done the research, so you can focus on the other important aspects of planning a wedding.
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Building a strategic social media plan as an event planner can feel like a chore when you have so many other tasks to attend to. But the results of social media speak for themselves! So you’ve put in the work, mapped out your perfect Instagram feed, curated all your content, and now you’re stuck brainstorming caption ideas. Whether you consider your Instagram feed to be a mini blog, or just quick snippets of your business, captions keep your audience engaged and interested. So if your brain already hurts from crafting captions, we’ve put together the top 5 Instagram caption ideas for event planners!
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Welcoming your new clients to your business is one of the most important parts of starting a business relationship, and there’s no better way to do that than with a new client welcome letter! This letter will onboard them to your business and let them know what they can expect from you moving forward! There are a number of great templates you can use to get started with your new client welcome letter, but you might be wondering what you should avoid when building your letter, as well as what’s necessary! Whether it’s a client pitfall to avoid or just unnecessary, we’ve got the 4 things you should not include in your new client welcome letter!
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Wedding planners know better than anyone that a sense of humor is necessary to get through planning and the wedding! Because of this, adding fun and humorous wedding planner quotes to your social media strategy is a great way to build engagement and rapport with your audience. While using informative posts and those with strong calls to action are imperative, adding some fun to your feed brings a personality to your brand, and can often make potential clients feel more comfortable extending that initial outreach!
Because Instagram is a visual-focused platform, you can build shareable designs for your audience to post to their stories or their own feeds! There are a number of quick design programs you can use, like Canva or WordSwag!
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So you’ve met with a couple, gotten an introduction, and they seem interested. So how do you land the contract? The first step is to build and send them a Wedding Planning Proposal – this will include all the information they’ll need to make their choice…with you! This is an essential part of wedding planning business, and when done well, will leave a lasting impression on potential and future clients. There are a number of things you can include in your proposal, but we’ve narrowed it down to the top 4 must-have details to include in your wedding planning proposal!
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You’ve marketed, presented, pitched, and finally landed that client! When the excitement wears off, you might be left wondering what your next step should be to properly onboard your new client to your services. One of the first things you should be doing is sending your client(s) a thoughtful, detailed Client Welcome Packet. If you’re unfamiliar, this is simply a packet to send out that outlines the services they’ve purchased, and all the details they’ll need to get started working with you! This packet helps to clear up any questions and manage expectations upfront so you can get started on the right foot! So what should you include in your Client Welcome Packet? We’ve got the top 4 details you need here:
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Pricing your services in any industry can be difficult, but it can seem especially daunting in the wedding industry! If you’re working on pricing your wedding planning services, it’s easy to get lost in suggestions online, competitor’s pricing, and even comments from your own clients. Instead of making it complicated, it all comes down to how you plan on running your business. To help you understand what that means, we’ve got the top 5 questions to ask when pricing your wedding planning services.
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An important part of building your brand and business is nailing down your actual branding. This can include your color palette, overall tone and voice of your company, and, you guessed it, your signature fonts. Choosing the correct fonts is important as it represents your brand and professionalism to potential clients and current customers. Your fonts will carry from your website to your contracts, to your deliverables, so it’s important to choose fonts you like! And with Canva, finding fonts for your brand has never been easier! We’ve got our top 5 choices for wedding planning Canva fonts to try this 2022 below!
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Wedding planner questionnaires are a great way to collect and organize all the important information you need about your clients and their wedding. These questionnaires are a must-have for any wedding planner, as they set expectations for both the client and the planner! Your wedding planner questionnaire should include everything from contact information to vision outlining, to budgetary restrictions – almost anything is fair game. But there are a few types of questions you should absolutely avoid including on your questionnaire. These can cause unnecessary drama or conflict in your client relationships.
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One of the most frequently asked questions for wedding planners is: what do I charge? Pricing can make a lot of people squirm, and there are a lot of opinions and thoughts out there about what wedding planning should cost. Between hearing the entrepreneurial crowd insist you charge what you’re worth, and brides balking at additional costs in their budgets, it can be a daunting task to even start setting your price list. But the bottom line is that pricing a wedding planning business isn’t a one size fits all process. Instead, we’ll walk you through the steps of creating a price list for your wedding business that suits you and your clients.
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