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Aisle Planners Answer: Why It Costs What It Costs

We don’t think we’ve met a wedding professional who hasn’t lost some sleep over pricing. Whether it’s because they don’t know where they stand in comparison to their competition or the sheer mental exhaustion of being asked to discount their prices for the millionth time, the topic of pricing can be described as nothing short… Read More »

How to Set a Wedding Stationery Budget for Your Clients

As wedding professionals, we’re willing to bet you’ve come across budgeting articles on popular wedding websites that have you scratching your head wondering who gave them the idea that a bride should only expect to pay $199 for a wedding planner. In that same way we always cringe a little when we see wedding blogs… Read More »

How to Support Your Couples When Things Go Wrong

As a wedding planner, it’s your job to support your couples throughout the entire wedding planning process. And, between managing a million details to pulling off the occasional miracle, you do just that! But, every once in a while something big hits the fan and your couples turn to you for support and (let’s be… Read More »

Ways to Showcase Your Brand in Your Client Experience

As a business owner, having a strong brand identity is important. From communicating the inspiration behind your business to your style and expertise, your brand is something to be shown off! And, because we love a good brand like a good glass of wine, we sat down with Courtney of Invision Events to talk about all of the… Read More »

Aisle Planners Answer: Upgrading Things for Your Clients

Sometimes as a wedding professional (ok, a lot of the time) you go above and beyond for your couples. Whether it’s pulling off a mission-impossible-last-minute request or dealing with a rowdy family member, you do plenty of things that aren’t in the contract. So today, we wanted to talk about those times that you decide… Read More »

Tips for Wedding Planning Through the Holidays

Don’t hate us for bringing up the holidays in September but in our continual effort to be one step ahead, we had no choice. #sorrynotsorry Wedding planning through the holidays has its own set of challenges. Between navigating vacation schedules, working with limited hours, and balancing family time with work, it can be easy to… Read More »

Destination Wedding Planning: Tips for When It’s Also a Destination for You Too

Destination wedding planning is really a different animal. And, though many couples book wedding planners who live in the destination, there are plenty of planners who “have passport, will travel.” So today, we wanted to talk about what you should plan ahead for when the destination wedding is also a destination for you! Read on… Read More »

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