Become a Top Wedding Planner – Get Ready Now for the Engagement Season

 

Wedding Planners Should Prepare Now for Holiday Engagements

The winter holiday season is a popular time for couples to get engaged, in fact over a million couples got engaged in the United States last year during the months of November and December.  Why am I telling you this now?  Because you have to start now in order to be prepared to get new clients at the end of the year.

If you haven’t started your dream wedding planning business, fill out the opt-in box at the top right hand corner of this blog and request a copy of my free Special Report, “7 Steps to Becoming a Top Wedding Planner”, and become a wedding planner!

If you already have a business, ask your self these questions:

  • Do my website and  brochures accurately describe my current services and their benefits or do they need to be updated?   If it’s been awhile since you looked at your marketing, it probably could use a face lift.
  • Am I taking advantage of social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter to get visibility for my business?  It takes some time to get noticed online so work on your visibility now!
  • What knowledge or skills can I add that will make me stand out among the competition?  You might want to study event, floral, or cake design so you can speak to vendors with confidence.
  • Where can I meet more prospects in my niche? Do more research on your target group and get to know them and the people who know them.

Don’t forget to make sure your business will be ready to handle new clients at the end of the year.  Get your office and files organized, seek out new wedding vendors to partner with, and find out where you can recruit new staff members, if you need them.  You’ve got a few months to get ready, take advantage of this time!




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2 Responses to “Become a Top Wedding Planner – Get Ready Now for the Engagement Season”

  1.  

    So true! As a professional organizer I’ve been working as the Wedding Organizer for my sister’s wedding. There’s a lot of overlap to what a planner does but a very different role. But the same advice applies – get ready now for new clients coming soon! Great tips.

  2.  

    Hi Theresa,

    Thanks for taking the time to read my blog post. I would love to hear what you are doing as your sister’s Wedding Organizer. I’m sure she is happy to have your help.

    Take care,

    Sharon

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