Phase Based Wedding Planning

There are lots of ways to keep your planning process organized as a professional wedding planner.  And, whether you use dates or categories to keep organized and on track, there is another option that many planning pros use to guide their process – Phase Based Planning. So today, we wanted to talk about how to plan… Read More »

Including Vendor Input in Your Timeline

Couples hire wedding planners for lots of reasons. In addition to your design skills, vendor network, and your ability to get that drunk uncle to just sit back down already, let’s not forget the fact that you are a logistical master! And, as much as we live and die by our checklists, the wedding timeline… Read More »

Introducing Non-Wedding Events and Document Templates

The day has finally come! Non-wedding events is here! Aisle Planner is more powerful (and flexible) than ever before now that we have just released Non-Wedding Events! What does that mean? Well, now you can plan and organize any of your weddings, events or projects all in once place and on one platform. From weddings… Read More »

It’s All in the (Checklist) Details

Like any professional, the amount of knowledge that you gain over the years is vast – and, not to mention, incredibly useful. And, as a wedding planning professional, your job is all in the details. With each client you book, it is your responsibility to be able to share your expertise. Over and over. Time… Read More »

Presenting The Wedding Budget To Your Clients

I’ve learned that the key to a positive planning experience always comes down to good communication and managing client expectations, especially when it comes to budget planning. To help make those sometimes uncomfortable budget conversations between you and your clients easier, we’re diving a bit more into my own budget planning process and how I… Read More »

Building a Wedding Budget

We talked about the things you can do to prep a budget before your clients have booked with you and today, I wanted to talk about the first steps to successfully building (and managing) a wedding budget in Aisle Planner. Once a budget has been established, I set to work creating a budget breakdown (based… Read More »

Introducing Notes Templates

Shaving time off of tasks or finishing up your workday early is one of those little wins that feels like finding money in your pocket! And, since everyone can get excited about the little things in life that add up to more time with friends, family, or making it to that yoga class on time, the… Read More »

Staying Organized with Style Guides

Staying organized with multiple clients is some what of a feat, but that is not to say it is impossible. And, while most conversations about staying organized tend to focus on things like time management and file keeping, as wedding planners and professionals, you’re responsible for organizing images, color swatches, and random notes galore! And… Read More »

Publishing Platform Best Practices and Benefits

Fall is off to a busy start here in the Aisle Planner office with the launch of our Publishing Platform two weeks ago!  The team has been working to continue to bring you the best wedding planning tools out there and, in turn, the most powerful platform for you to run your business on. So, in addition to supporting you… Read More »

Aisle Planner FAQs: Collaboration Tools

No wedding ever got planned without some serious collaboration! From collaborating with clients, to vendors, planning partners and team members, there are countless conversations that take place during the wedding planning process. So today, we are answering some FAQs about our collaboration tools so that you can collaborate like a rockstar! What is the best… Read More »

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