Archive for 2018

Do You Offer Reception Planning Services?

Do You Offer Reception Planning Services?

Posted by Chris Erdos | May 17th, 2018 | No Comments

More and more DJs are offering planning services. Should you jump on the bandwagon or leave it to the wedding planners? does the term reception planning confuse the client or get you paid more for a job anyway? Here’s what real DJ’s had to say Paul Hoke, Heirloom Entertainment “Yes, Read More

Do You Charge For Tastings?

Do You Charge For Tastings?

Posted by Chris Erdos | May 7th, 2018 | No Comments

  Wedding couples are angry that the tastings aren’t free…and caterers are tired of preparing meals for potentials that aren’t serious.  When do you charge for tastings? And how do you do so without upsetting the client? When the Wedding MBA surveyed couples, planners, and caterers, the results were mixed. Read More

Is It Time To Stop “Day Of” Wedding Planning?

Posted by Chris Erdos | April 27th, 2018 | No Comments

“Day Of” Wedding Coordination implies only an eight-hour work load.  Planners can easily invest four times that much.  Is part of the problem with the “Day Of” term itself? We asked Wedding Planners in our Facebook group if it was time to stop marketing “Day Of” Coordination. Carlisha Rose Magnarella said, “I start Read More

Is Your Venue Modern or Dated?

Is Your Venue Modern or Dated?

Posted by Chris Erdos | April 11th, 2018 | No Comments

What your online photos say about your venue. The Wedding MBA organized a focus group of engaged wedding couples. Each couple viewed 85 venue websites which they then viewed for no more than 45 seconds. The nearlyweds then voted if the website photos were modern or dated. Couples were two Read More

Occasion Persuasion

Posted by Chris Erdos | February 12th, 2018 | No Comments

Counter-Intuitive Sales Tips For Wedding Pros By Shannon Underwood The new generation of brides and grooms are often turned off by traditional sales techniques. These counter-intuitive sales tips give a fresh approach to close the sale. Getting To No Salespeople are told to get customers to start saying “yes” right Read More