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Be Vulnerable

We’re spending the month of March focusing on one thing: vulnerability. As planners and—ahem—total perfectionists, vulnerability tends to be something we’re not super comfortable with. After all, the events we plan rely on our ability to control—control of timelines and seating charts, control of budgets and vendors, control of those on our team—in order to… Read More »

5 Daily Exercises to Stay Passionate

Let’s talk about an epidemic that we’re all plagued by: wedding-planner burnout. It’s a serious problem. We do, after all, take on about 1,498 roles every single day—give or take. As business owners, creative entrepreneurs, bookkeepers, therapists, designers, writers, social-media experts, office managers, peacekeepers, heads-of-households and more, it’s not hard to see why our passion… Read More »

The Essentials to an Iron-Clad Contract

Today, we’re going to talk about something super sexy: event-planning contracts. Alright, fair enough, they’re not actually that sexy, but they are an absolute necessity for any planner or planning business—regardless of the size of your business or how comfortable or friendly you are with a particular client. And, because we just released a Proposals… Read More »

Turning Your Intentions into Actions

We’re all planners here! We can pull together a multi-faceted, high budget event that spans 4 locations, and has a ten-page production schedule. We live for logistics and strategic planning. And we even do it in heels! So in true planner form, you likely sat down at the beginning of January and created some business… Read More »

Reigniting Your Passion As a Planner

This month, we’re all about focusing on passion—one of our favorite things to talk about. When you’ve been in the industry for a while, though, passion can sometimes seem like that old friend who you remember but haven’t seen in a long time. That’s not to say long-time planners aren’t passionate about what we do—it’s… Read More »

Featured Planner: The Design Co.

As planners, we know that the job requires us to wear a lot of hats. So, when Stacey Price got into the business of weddings, she built a team – one person for every hat! And today, we’re excited to introduce you to Stacey, the woman behind Ottawa based team of dreamers, wedding planners, builders,… Read More »

Be Passionate

February is here already and, this month, we’re focusing our energy on being passionate, which happens to be one of my favorite themes we’ve touched on at Aisle Planner. Passion is something that I believe every planner can relate to, as we wouldn’t be in the business if we weren’t passionate about it. (We’re certainly… Read More »

9 Ways to Skyrocket Your Confidence

January is almost over, but that doesn’t mean we can’t sneak in one more post on confidence. We wanted to kick off the new year by ensuring all of our Aisle Planners are diving into 2017 armed with the Beyoncé-level confidence they deserve to feel. Today, then, we’re offering up 9 simple tips for shooting… Read More »

Instilling Confidence in Your Clients

As planners, our job can be…multifaceted to say the least. At the very least, we’re event planners. And, at the most, we’re event planners, engineers, architects, designers, herders of cats, diffusers of tension and—the role we’ve all played more than a few times—counselors. Over the years I’ve found that, while the “bridezilla” does exist, the… Read More »

Building Confidence as a Business Owner

Last week, we spoke about finding confidence as a new planner. Today, we’re going to cover three ways to boost your confidence as a business owner – whether you’re just starting out, or well into your career. As a business owner, and in my case, a female business owner in her almost thirties, there are… Read More »

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