Michelle & Zach
Although this couple had been engaged for some time before they contacted me for other services, my offer to include pics for them for their wedding in my other fees is what ultimately brought them to me…No, this is not something I typically do, but my heart has a special place for two kids in love, with a very timid budget… Continue reading “Michelle & Zach”
Consider foremost the maximum number of guests you could have attending your event.
Is your venue easy to find? If your inviting many out of town guests, you want to consider their knowledge of the surrounding area. Continue reading “What to consider when venue shopping!”
Trying to keep up with the current trends for weddings / events is time consuming!
Interestingly, the information I am about to divulge seems to completely contradict itself. Not to mention that Idaho always seems to be one of those states where brides do whatever their little heart’s desire.
Trends that are out for 2019:
Continue reading “What’s in and out for 2019!”
As with most people in the world, planners love to have time off too…
I took advantage of a lighter than usual schedule to do some hiking around the Stanley, Idaho area recently. I really do believe you just can’t get enough fun in the sun. Continue reading “FUN IN THE SUN”
As an event planner, you can imagine the scores of people we deal with every year. From couples, to their families, and much more; we have seen a noticeable change in how everyone communicates.
In the past 3 years there has been a large increase in couples that have issues with face to face interactions. Phones, email, text, and messages have made it impossible to develop quality relationships with clients.
Continue reading “Communication is key!”
I found this article and video to be very interesting. I thought I would share it with you!
The moral of the story is that it isn’t worth the potential backlash to review someone negatively online. Instead, work together so that things like this don’t happen. Click here to read about this mishap that caused a lawsuit.
State of a business is usually defined as “assessing the value of assets, debts, cash flow and goods.”
I believe there is so much more to it!
For 17 years I worked in the medical field in positions from receptionist to practice administrator. During that time, I learned a lot about business in general. For the purpose of this blog, we will use a physician’s office to explain, and then show how this relates to all businesses.
Continue reading “The Healthy State Of a Business!”
As a local wedding planner, we are often asked about how to get into the business. We get at least 4-6 inquiries a quarter from BSU students looking to do their internships with us.
Interestingly, none of those students have turned into candidates that are serious about the business enough to commit.
For starters lets go over some things you should know before even considering an education in the field. Continue reading “If you’re thinking about getting into the business…”
It is really obvious that it’s going to take me some time to get used to blogging every week!
The years since I began my journey in this industry have been filled with many ups and downs… mostly ups.
I get to work with couples who are planning one of the biggest, if not the biggest day of their lives. We enjoy getting to know every Bride individually and Groom’s as well. It is incredible to me that over 30 years of doing this and I have only had two Bridezillas!
Continue reading “Biggest mistake”