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5 Templates to Start Your Event Planning Business

5 Templates to Start Your Event Planning Business

Starting an event planning business is an exciting endeavor that takes work on the part of the event planner. There are many moving parts. Social media, pricing your services, marketing, and writing contracts are just a few of the things you will need to do before launching. Trying to do all of these things yourself will have you stretched thin and on your way to burning out.

Using templates for different parts of your business will give you the assistance and structure you need as you get started. This will take the pressure off you so you can focus on other aspects such as building relationships with vendors and getting client leads. Take a look at the five templates you will need to start your event planning business. 

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10 Videos Every Wedding Planner Should Watch

10 Videos Every Wedding Planner should watch

As a wedding planner you always want to stay up to date on all of the ins and outs of wedding planning. With things always changing, especially in 2020, it is important to make sure you have the latest information to continue to grow your business. 

We have rounded up the 10 videos that every wedding planner should watch to benefit their business and their clients. 

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4 Ways to Use Canva for Your Wedding Planning Business

4 Ways to Use Canva for Your Wedding Planning Business

If you haven’t heard of Canva then the time has come for you to have an introduction. This can completely change your wedding planning business. Canva can change how you market, your social media presence, and the way you present your business to clients. The tools that are offered within this design website are perfect for designing your brand and making materials that represent your business. 

The wedding planning business has stiff competition so it is imperative to stand out from the crowd. What you design needs to be eye catching enough for social media users to stop the scroll. It also needs to say exactly who you are as a business. These four ways to use Canva for your wedding planning business are noteworthy because they are things all wedding planners need and use. If you don’t then now is the time to start. 

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How to Choose Branding Colors Using Canva

How to Choose Branding Colors Using Canva

Canva is an amazing online design tool that can do anything from making gifts to branding your business with print and digital marketing media. But Canva is more than just a tool for making a fun Instagram post. Business owners can actually use the Pro version to choose their branding colors and use them for every design they make. 

As an event planner, it is important that everything you do or post is on-brand. The colors need to be exactly matched as well as using the same fonts for every design. There is research that has shown how much importance clients and consumers put on colors when they make their choices. Landing new clients can be as easy as choosing the right branding colors. But how do you use Canva to choose the colors that will make your business pop?

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5 Checklist Ideas for Wedding Clients

checklist ideas for wedding planners

Planning a wedding is a monumental task. As a wedding planner, you might be organized and great at what you, but your client might be planning a wedding for the first time. They might need not only your guidance but tools to help them stay on task. This includes checklists, calendars, and timelines for what to expect. Keeping the planning going like a well-oiled machine is something that can’t be forgotten. We want to help you with the organization part of it by giving you five checklist ideas that you might find useful to share with your wedding clients. 

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