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How to become a Wedding Planner
Being an wedding planner can be both exciting and challenging. The job involves organizing and coordinating various aspects of an event, such as venue selection, catering, decor, entertainment, and logistics. It requires a lot of attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to multitask effectively.

One of the most rewarding aspects of being an wedding planner is seeing the end result of all your hard work come to life. Successful events can leave a lasting impression on clients and guests, and it can be incredibly satisfying to know that you played a key role in creating those memorable experiences.

Does that sound interesting to you? Then follow my guide bellow :)
To become a wedding planner, you can follow these general steps...

Research and Educate Yourself

Learn about the industry and what it takes to be a wedding planner. This can include reading books, blogs, and taking courses online or in-person.
Best Wedding/ Event Agencies: Mindy Weiss, The Know Worldwide, Colin Cowie, etc…

Best Wedding/ Event Instagram Accounts: @weddingwire, @stylemepretty, @ruffledblog, etc...

Best Wedding/ Event TikTok Accounts: @weddingtalk411, @theashleenc, @gritandgraceeventsco, etc...
Gain Experience
Gain experience in event planning by working as an intern or assistant for a wedding planning company, or by planning events for family and friends.
Develop Skills

As a wedding planner, you'll need to be skilled in areas such as organization, time management, communication, and customer service. You can develop these skills by taking classes or workshops, or by working in a related field.
Youtube tutorials (it's for free!) - e.g. Event Planning Blueprint, Jamie Wolfer, etc...

Skillshare (get a month for free)

Event Academy - The UK's leading event training provider and the only event management courses accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Build Your Network
Build relationships with vendors, such as florists, caterers, and photographers, who can help you plan weddings. Attend industry events and join professional associations to meet people and build your network.
Create a Business Plan
If you plan to start your own wedding planning business, create a business plan that outlines your goals, target market, services, and financial projections.
Obtain Licenses and Permits
Depending on where you live, you may need to obtain a business license or other permits to operate a wedding planning business.
Market Yourself

Use social media, word-of-mouth, and other marketing techniques to promote your wedding planning services and attract clients.

Favorite marketing tool: Canva

Favorite marketing tipps: @socialmoody, @jasminestar, @latermedia

Stay Up-to-Date
Keep up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in the wedding industry, and continue to educate yourself through courses and workshops.
Becoming a wedding planner takes time and effort, but it can be a rewarding career for those who have a passion for event planning and creating memorable experiences for their clients!
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