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The always-thinking wedding planner

As a wedding planner, you should have your eyes out for anything and everything that could relate to weddings. More than likely, you already do, and no doubt, your spouse has told you to, “Give it a rest.” This profession is instinctual in the right person, and no amount of prying yourself out of the wedding planner mode will work.

This is actually a great thing to be doing if you are trying to establish yourself as a wedding planner. Here are some things that you will want to watch for and do while you are out during your day.


Consider joining affiliations where you get to mingle with people who you consider to have great taste and style. There are many wedding venues to go down when looking for the best organization to become part of it. Most are found by word of mouth, however, you can check with the local chamber of commerce. They often have the latest information about new events and meetings in the area.

While at one of these events, be sure to ask many questions. As a wedding planner, which you should be telling to everyone, ask him or her where he or she got married. This is a perfectly acceptable question given your profession. You might discover that there are some real gems of places to get married right in the neighborhood.

While chatting away with some of these people, it might occur to you that where they got married might be much more expensive than the core of your clientele can afford. If that is the case, ask them of other places that they had considered first. They might be able to let you in on a little known location that would be perfect for one of your clients.


Finally, start thinking in a new way. Look at places and think how a wedding could fit into the area. For example, say you are staying at a bed and breakfast for the weekend. The owners might never have thought about holding a ceremony here, but it could be the perfect spot for your new client. Ask the owners of the bed and breakfast. They might not normally allow events at their location, but often weddings are a different matter.


Thinking creatively is the niche of a great wedding planner. Take that creativity and apply it to everything around you. It is quite possible you will find the most wonderful wedding location in town that everyone will want to conduct their wedding ceremony here.

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