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Asking the Right Questions to Identify Your Event Clients’ Needs

Asking the Right Questions to Identify Your Event Clients’ Needs

More than anything, a successful event requires its vendors to have a deep understanding of a client’s needs and preferences. Unfortunately, our clients are not always the most straightforward — in fact, sometimes they don’t even know what they want.

As seasoned industry experts, it is up to us to dig deep and ask

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How to Make Your Wedding “Pop”

How to Make Your Wedding “Pop”

Obviously, the most important people at any wedding are the couple giving their “I Dos.” Their Wedding Day should resemble who they are as individuals, a couple, and their love for each other. That is pretty much Wedding Day 101. The Wedding Day decor and all of the rentals are simply there to create a

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You said, “Yes!”... Now what?

You said, “Yes!”... Now what?

OMG! It happened. The moment actually happened. The proposal was perfect! You knew it was coming, but not really, and now here you are… engaged!

Thoughts start to run through your head. “Do I hire a wedding planner?” “What vendors do I need?” “My friend’s wedding photographer was good. Maybe I can use her.

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2018 Bride and Groom Fashion Trends

2018 Bride and Groom Fashion Trends

The holidays are for family, feasts, and building memories.

As a wedding planner, the holidays for me are also very much about engagement season and becoming fully immersed in the 2018 wedding trends shaping the industry.

For so many couples, the brand new chapter towards marriage all starts during the holidays. It is when couples

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To D-I-Y or P-A-Y on Your Wedding Day?

To D-I-Y or P-A-Y on Your Wedding Day?

These days, with the help of websites such as Pinterest and YouTube, there are tons of options for brides and grooms to learn tips and tricks to DIY their whole wedding. However, any DIYer will likely tell you tales of “Pinterest fails” and time-consuming projects that simply weren’t worth the effort in the end.

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