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5 Tips for Dealing with a Couple Whose Pinterest is Bigger Than Their Wedding Budget

As wedding professionals, it’s our job to bring our clients’ dreams to life—but, when budgets are tight and expectations are high, we can feel more like crushers of dreams than granters of wishes. Add stunning social media images to the mix and you’ve got directions that will send you straight to disappointment disaster town. A… Read More »

Introducing Product Catalogs and Quotes

Working through the booking process with a potential client can include a lot of back and forth. They reach out to you. You send them a brochure. They have questions about what services cost and what they include. They have questions about how things will affect their budget. So, you send emails, hop on a… Read More »

Introducing Lead Inquiry Auto-Responders

We almost can’t believe that our Lead Management feature hit the scene more than a year ago. And today, we are thrilled to adding yet another upgrade to this key feature – auto-responders! Your client experience starts before you actually have a chance to talk with your potential new clients so, making a strong first… Read More »

Introducing Checklist Due Dates at the Template Level

When it comes to your planning process, there are certain things that you just know need to happen at a very specific time. So today, we are excited to announce that our wedding Checklist Templates are more flexible than ever because now you can set due dates on tasks as well as reminders at the… Read More »

Three Fall Wedding Trends We’re Falling For

As wedding planners, we’re always on the lookout for the season’s latest trends—and one of our all-time favorite seasons for our couples to say I Do happens to be fall. With leaves changing and the weather (finally) cooling down, autumn affairs are among our all-time favorites, as you’re not relegated to an airy spring palette… Read More »

How to Prep Your Aisle Planner Account for Booking Season

The countdown to booking season is on so, regardless of whether you are wrapping up your last few summer weddings or can’t be found because your status is “poolside, cocktail in hand,” it’s time to start preparing. So today, we’re adding to your to-do list (#sorrynotsorry) to make sure that when those couples start knocking,… Read More »

Our Favorite Moments from the Creative at Heart Conference

Earlier this month, Tayler and Katherine packed their bags and headed to the Creative at Heart conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. It was three days packed with idea (and heart) filled lectures, intimate breakout groups, cupcake decorating, photo-styling, coffee, laughs, and smiles. We are so thankful to have had the opportunity to sponsor and speak… Read More »

20 Quotes to Awaken Your Inner Unapologetic Rockstar

This month, we’re focusing on the idea of being unapologetic. But, as weddings professionals whose job is often to please others, the idea of being unapologetic can sometimes feel out of reach. We walk on eggshells around in-laws, work tirelessly to keep our couples happy, and have to carefully choose our words with vendors who… Read More »

What You Should be Unapologetic About When it Comes to Your Business

Bold traits are most powerful when you wrangle them a bit. And this month’s theme of being unapologetic is a prime example of a trait that is best with bit of constraint. Because, to be considered unapologetic without also being considered arrogant requires self awareness and confidence. Specifically, the self awareness to know when you… Read More »

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