Should you as a wedding planner pay wedding vendors to advertise your wedding planning business for you? Or, should the relationship be strictly a working one? Jennifer asked this question on the Confetti Listener TalkBack Line. Tune in to hear Debbie's response.
We also addressed Diana's concern about finding brides for and sticking with her niche as a vintage wedding planner.
Debby called in with a suggestion — in response to Diana's question — about finding clients for a vintage wedding specialist. Debby also pointed out that destination weddings are hot (they are) and a great idea as a potential wedding planner niche.
In the Confetti Live chat room, Michelle shared her thoughts and asked for feedback about hosting an exclusive private event at her home (i.e. invitation-only) for brides and wondered if she should charge vendors a fee to participate…
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Weddings for a Living – Get free articles and more about being a better wedding planner. Sign-up for your free audio class and learn more, here.
Wedding Business Guide – Comprehensive tutorials, downloadable forms and more to help you start your own part-time wedding planning business. Get the inside scoop about Wedding Business Guide, here.
Confetti is on iTunes! Download and listen to your favorite wedding planning talk show (ahem…that's Confetti, by the way) on iTunes. (While your there, why not leave your feedback, too?) Go to iTunes, here.
Just Married – Could you or one of your couples be part of this new family-centered game show? Check out JustMarriedCasting.com to learn more.
Be a Destination Wedding Planner – Check-out this archived Confetti episode with expert destination wedding planner, Candy Cain (yep, that's really her name!)
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