Take your party planning skills to the next level by becoming a wedding venue planner. Create a list of possible locations that are suitable for weddings of all sizes. Take photographs of every event you plan to create a portfolio to show new clients to generate more interest in your business wedding planning.
When providing a wedding venue planning service, make sure you understand what the client has in mind, then match your plans to the client's view of the perfect wedding. Clearly state what your responsibilities include -- and don't include -- so there are no last minute misunderstandings that could take away her enjoyment of the wedding and possibly damage your reputation.
1. Find indoor locations as a part of your corporate wedding planning service.
2. Make sure your wedding venue planner activities includes outdoor wedding venues.
3. Include unusual locations as a part of your wedding venue planning service.
Provide indoor wedding venue planningKnow the options when it comes to indoor wedding venues so you can offer the venues that match the size of the wedding as well as the budget given to you by the client.
Make outdoor options a priority in your wedding venue planningInclude outdoor wedding venues when creating your corporate wedding location event planner business. Take the time to find less common outdoor locations as well as traditional locations so you can meet the need of every couple who contacts you in your new career as a business wedding venue planning service.
Provide less common locations in your wedding venue planningOffer a variety of less commonly considered wedding venues as a part of your business wedding location planning. Create a listing of such locations that include photographs and price lists so your clients can make an informed decision.
- Plan on attending the wedding so you'll be on hand and prepared to handle any last minute emergencies. Take lots of photographs before and during the party to help promote your business as a wedding event planner.