Wendy And Jeremy Binns Are In The Business Of Transformation!
Wendy and Jeremy Binns are in the business of transformation!

LIVE! #363 – Meet Wedding Designer, Wendy Binns

Being a wedding or special event designer means that brides and grooms hire you to transform a mediocre space into something truly spectacular.  It's a very lucrative business!

Wedding design can be the entire focus of your business or you can provide design as an add-on service to complement your professional wedding planning.

LISTEN TO THE EPISODE

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Wendy Binns, EventProTraining.com

Wendy Binns, EventProTraining.com

During this episode you'll hear how Wendy Binns and her husband, Jeremy, did both — design and planning — and grew their wedding  business into a sought-after, in-demand hot commodity for Tennessee weddings and special events.

Like many of us, Wendy is a perfectionist and so it comes as no surprise that she initially created her wedding business around this need for perfection.

Thankfully, Wendy and Jeremy now share all that they know about wedding design and decor — ceiling draping, centerpieces, lighting and more — as part of their comprehensive wedding design training program, Event Pro Training.  Training is offered online in the form of several video tutorials and in the form of  hands-on wedding design workshops held throughout the year in the Tennessee, USA area.

By the way, I have to add that despite the success of her wedding business, Wendy knows firsthand the need for balance in our lives.  Often we get so caught up in what we're trying to accomplish in the name of success, that it's easy to lose focus of what's truly important.

Listen, learn and enjoy! 🙂

LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

EventProTraining.com – This is the online home to learn how to create stunning decor for weddings and other special occasions.  Visit EventProTraining.com to learn more.

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. The interview with Wendy was very inspiring and I thoroughly enjoyed hearing about her humble beginnings. I definitely identified with her struggle concerning the “start up” of her business, many vendors in my area gave me similar treatment when I reached out to educate myself about their business. I believe the moral to this interview is to keep pushing through the barrier when it presents itself and use that roadblock to fuel the passion in your business. Thank you Wendy for graciously sharing your experience with us! And thank you Debbie for providing me tangible resources to excel in my business. Blessings to you both!

    1. Kay,

      Thanks so much for your feedback. You’re absolutely right! You gotta keep going if this is what you truly want to do.

      Love and Success!