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Time Management: Putting the Proper Tools in Place

“If I had six hours to chop down a tree, I would spend the first four hours sharpening the axe”. As President Abraham Lincoln knew, there will only ever be 24 hours in a day. This scientific fact is true no matter how hard we try to make time magically appear.Managing your business, planning your… Read More »

Controlling Client Expectations: Show Them You’re The Expert

There are a few things in life that we have full control over. There are certainly aspects of your role as a wedding professional that seem out of your reach, but you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how much control you have over your client’s expectations. When we think of expectations, we don’t think that they… Read More »

Professionalism and Client Experience for New Wedding Planners

For new planners, breaking into the wedding industry can be tough. But like any industry, you have to do your research, brand yourself, and work hard to build a network. To get your business started, we’re here to share with you some of our tips and tricks to building your professional foundation and client experience. Read… Read More »

Personalizing The Planning Process

“Dear Bride and Groom,” is an epic fail when you are trying to make couples feel like you are building a relationship with them. And, this is even worse when your templated email goes to a same-sex couple. As wedding professionals, we are creating the biggest day in the lives of a couple—not to mention… Read More »

Living Coral: Turning the Tide in 2019 with Pantone’s Color of the Year

With 2019 freshly upon us, our senses are prickling with new possibilities, experiences and new life. The experts over at Pantone must have been dwelling on these same feelings when they selected Living Coral as Color of the Year. Living Coral is perfect for bringing the outside in and the inside out, no matter what type of… Read More »

Customer Service Horror Stories and How to Handle Them

Regardless of how much you plan for this, plan for that (plan for everything), there comes a time in every wedding planners’ career that it hits the fan. From miscommunication, acts of god, and things that are just out of your control, your job, then, is to provide the best customer service you can. So… Read More »

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