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Planning a Family Member’s Wedding

The life of a wedding planner may be thought of as glamorous but we all know that it can be full of stress. Between managing the 1 million things that running a business requires and managing the 1 million more things that happen during the planning process, it can be a challenge to also take… Read More »

When to Let Your Guard Down at Work

We live in a culture where we’re taught to separate our personal lives from our professional—and, as a result, we tend to separate our personal selves from our professional selves. Presenting ourselves as professionals is absolutely necessary—don’t get us wrong—but there are times when it’s also just as important to present ourselves as humans. While… Read More »

The Cream Event

One of the best things about being a part of the wedding industry is the fact that there is no shortage of inspiration. From events that inspire you to be the best business owner you can be to events that inspire you to be as creative as you can be, the wedding industry continues to make… Read More »

3 Reasons Vulnerability Equals Strength

This month, we’re all about breaking down walls—with some serious reward. We’re changing up the narrative on what it means to be vulnerable, and looking at vulnerability as a major  game changer (especially in the workplace as planners). Today, we wanted to break down three reasons vulnerability isn’t the weakness we often think of it as… Read More »

The Wedding Planner’s Guide to Wedding Invitation Print Types

Wedding invitations are a really important part of the wedding experience for guests. They are the often the first thing guests receive in regards to the celebration and therefore, set the tone. So today, our friends at Paperlust are breaking down the different types of printing options, estimated costs and production times. Read on and… Read More »

Using Aisle Planner to Manage Your Business

Aisle Planner has evolved so much over the past few months and now is more flexible than ever! From releasing Lead Management to Proposals and Contracts, Invoicing to Non-Wedding Events, Aisle Planner is so much more than just a suite of tools to plan weddings with. And today, we are going to talk about ways… Read More »

The Benefits of Vulnerability as a Leader

Since we’re spending the month of March focusing on the idea of vulnerability, we wanted to take some time today to explore the idea of vulnerability in the workplace—specifically, as leaders and business owners. As bosses, vulnerability is something we typically try to avoid—and understandably so. We often associate vulnerability with weakness or heightened emotions,… Read More »

Lucky in Love from Caroline Dutton Events

We thought we’d seen every color combo there was to see…and then we got ahold of these stunning images from this swoon-worthy styled shoot boasting a green-and-orange palette that still has us weak in the knees. From warm rust to deep emerald, the hues from this one have us ready to run away and say… Read More »

Introducing Invoicing

We know how important it is to have a simple and streamlined system put in place; one destination for you and one platform to run your business from. And today, we took another giant step towards building and being the most powerful platform for wedding professionals. That’s why we are so excited to announce our… Read More »

Featured Planner: Posh and Prim

Lorna Marshall is a Principle Planner, Business Manager, and Event Designer at Posh and Prim in Detroit, Michigan. A woman with an open-door policy, her job as a professional planner doesn’t stop when she leaves the office; she loves nothing more (ok, maybe her husband and kids) than entertaining family and friends in her home…. Read More »

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