Well my wedding season is coming to a close. I'm sad to say that while I had a busy "regular" wedding season, my off season didn't fill up like it did last year. So, I end 2010 on October 22nd with a wonderful vintage carnival themed wedding with two amazing people. I'm excited to start on new adventures during the "off season" and of course, to start the blogging back up.
I always wonder how much information is too much information to share with, well, everyone so I skip sharing info on my clients and try to share information to help you become a better planner or to help the bride, better understand her need for a planner. This series will do both.
No matter how long you've been in the industry, there will always be things you can learn. No wedding is the same, no client has the same expectations as another, so you never really "get the hang of it" while working. You get the basics, but there are never ending changes.
This year, I'll review what I learned from the new facilities I've worked with, the new clients I've had the wonderful honor of getting to know and any of the mistakes that might have occurred in the planning process. Yes, I said mistakes, nothing to worry about but definitely found a few things I would have done differently for my benefit, not for the clients.
First topic will be- "A Bad Vendor is a Bad Vendor"
Look for it soon...