It’s obvious that potential clients want to know the cost of a wedding planner but lately, on more than one occasion, I’ve been asked how I set my fees. The current trend amongst the industry would be to respond with ” I don’t have to justify my pricing or my value.” but friends, it is my job to educate my (potential) clients. That’s the role I choose to take on, and it starts with helping to understand the investment you will make while hiring your service-based wedding vendors and the return you will receive.
Winter in Toronto can feel never-ending, so the goal of this shoot was to bring some warmth and life back into the city (and our souls) while waiting for spring to roll around!
If you’ve ever said “planner shhmanner… I don’t need one”, please keep reading. If you’ve ever said “I think I want a wedding planner”, keep reading. If you’ve ever said “Morgan did my wedding and I don’t know what I would have done without her-she is so awesome at what she does-and so funny-and smart-and a superhero goddess…” then thank-you, I’ll pay you later.
Bridezilla… The ultimate insult to any woman planning her wedding…People like to throw this term around and use it to keep ‘nagging’ brides in check. Remove all the clichès and put aside the jokes and there is a very fine line between bring a bridezilla and just a reasonable human who wants the best service possible.
The much anticipated and sold-out “Wedding Planner Pricing Wars,” event happened on Monday, February 25th at the Aga Khan Museum.
It was 2016 when I was first introduced to the concept of “Getting What You’re Worth.” It is funny the lengths people will go to convincing themselves why they can’t or shouldn’t do something.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Thank you to our friends at Invaluable for allowing us to share this wonderful article on love.
Starting your own company comes with its own struggles. Let’s be real, it comes with a lot of pressure as well. No one wants to start a company and fail, but I think it’s also safe to say not a lot of people want to start a company and only do so-so.
Faux calligraphy is created by going over certain parts of your text with bolder strokes and filling it in to create the look of real dip pen calligraphy.