Wedding job

posted 2 months ago in Career
Post # 2
Member
636 posts
Busy bee

Nika1 :  I don’t necessarily, I just wanted to tell you about a girl I went to high school with. She planned her own wedding and loved it so much that she opened her own business as a wedding planner and day-of-coordinator. It is possible to achieve your dreams 🙂 Good luck!

Post # 3
Member
1130 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2017

Is there a reason you posted this 3 times?  You know they all show up in the general “boards” pages right?

 

Anyway, I think most wedding planners/decorators are independent, basically self-employed.  The best way to get started is to probably advertise your services on thumbtack, social media, craigslist, etc for a small sum just to start getting your name out there and start getting reccommendations and reviews from clients. 

Post # 4
Member
2078 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 29th, 2016

Nika1 :  I would build up a portfolio (digital is great) so you can show people what you’ve done and try to freelance from there, or you could try to work/apprentice for an established wedding planner and see where that takes you. It might be hard to advance while working for someone else, but you can hone your skills to the point where you’re ready to go off on your own. Best of luck! 

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