Day in the Life | Kelly Snyder

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Welcome to our “Day in the Life” series! We feature wedding and event planners from around the world with many different levels of experience. If you would like to be featured, download our questionnaire here and email your responses and photo to info@plannerslounge.com. We are excited to feature Kelly Snyder today! Name: Kelly Snyder Business Name & Location: Southern Charm [Read On]

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Should You Become a Wedding Planner?

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Should you become a wedding planner as your career choice? Being a wedding planner is a very popular career for both men and women. There is something very special about being able to help engaged couples plan, design and produce the wedding of their dreams. Many times brides come home from the honeymoon eager to [Read On]

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Friday Favorites

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Your Job is to Shine, Not Be Perfect {Build a Little Biz} Tools for Your Wedding Planning Business {Wedding Institute Blog} Great Outdoor and Backyard Wedding Ideas {Experience Life Outdoors} So You Want to be a Wedding Planner? Read This First. {Burnetts Boards} Turning a Setback into a Comeback {Christine Kane} Happy Friday!

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Video Marketing for Wedding Planners

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If you have been following me via social media for a while, or if you are close to me in my personal life then you know I have an affinity for video. Don’t get me wrong, I also really enjoy reading, I follow several intelligent and inspiring blogs (like the one you are reading now), [Read On]

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When the Signed Contract Doesn’t Show Up

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Has this happened to you? As a wedding planner, you have an AMAZING consultation with a bride; she says she is going to hire you! Yay! She is going to mail the contract and payment right away, double YAY! You are so excited that you start working on her wedding immediately. You send vendor recommendations, [Read On]

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When Good Clients Go Bad {Christine Kane} 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting a Business {Magnetic Blog} 4 Science-Based Secrets to Achievement and Success {Live Bold and Bloom} What “You Are Too Expensive” Really Means {Ready to Spark} The Money is in the Follow Up {Evolve Your Wedding Business} Happy Friday!

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Day in the Life | Julie Herman

Julie Herman

Welcome to our “Day in the Life” series! We feature wedding and event planners from around the world with many different levels of experience. If you would like to be featured, download our questionnaire here and email your responses and photo to info@plannerslounge.com. We are excited to feature Julie from Julie Herman Events today! Name: Julie Herman Business Name [Read On]

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REFINE Workshop

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The REFINE Workshop is a degree level program combining both formal online training with an intensive hands-on workshop and is the first of its kind to offer both aspects. The program is designed for aspiring and novice wedding planners who want tangible tools and solid take-aways to improve and grow their businesses.  Designed for wedding planners with [Read On]

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Developing Confidence in Your Expertise {WAHM.com} What to Do When Your Creative Spark Dies {Christine Kane} How to Get the Most from Styled Photo Shoots {WEI Blog} 18 Ways We Make Life Harder Than It Has to Be {Marcandangel.com} Tips for Designing Tablescapes {WEI Blog} Happy Friday!

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Social Media Guidelines for Event Planners

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Social media is a powerful and inexpensive marketing tool for wedding and event planners. You can build a following of potential clients and network with other wedding professionals. If your content is exceptional, you can even position yourself as an expert in your field. Before you start a social media marketing plan, there are some [Read On]

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Remembering the Little Ones at Weddings

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It has become more of a trend to have adult only weddings. One reason is because it makes it less expensive for those paying for the wedding and second, it keeps it to an adult only crowd. There is nothing wrong with this option; however, many couples still want to include children in the wedding [Read On]

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Friday Favorites

Friday Favorites

5 Tips for Transitioning from Employed to Self Employed {WAHM.com} Ideas for Designing Events with Success {Minnesota Meetings & Events} How Do I Book More Weddings? {Evolve Your Wedding Business} Think You’ve Got a Problem with Procrastination? Think Again. {Christine Kane} How to Slice Your Money Pie for Business {Shelagh Cummins} Happy Friday!

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