Wedding Employee vs. Wedding Business Owner
Should you work for a wedding company as an employee or start your own wedding planning business?
Examine the pros and cons of being an employee in the wedding industry versus starting your own wedding planning business. Explore employment options where your wedding coordinating skills can be put to good use. Determine if you are ready to take the risk of starting a business or if being a "weekend warrior" gives you the best of both worlds.
(must be enrolled in the program "How to Start and Grow a Wedding Planning Business" in order to gain exclusive access to this course)
Here is what aspiring coordinators are saying about Mystique's courses...
"Mystique is a knowledgeable and energetic speaker. Gave good insight into this career path. Thank you! "
"I enjoyed the content of this course. It was very informative and Mystique has a great voice to listen to. I wasn't bored. I will use her information in my future business planning weddings. Thank you for designing this course."
It's great information...Enjoyed this lecture!
Very thorough and well-presented information if you are interested in offering Coordinator for the Day services. Mystique is very candid and presents the materials in a well organized and communicative format. I look forward to putting the information I learned to good use.
Originally, I created Coordinator For A Day to provide day of wedding coordinating services in the Chicago area. I am extremely passionate about helping brides enjoy the experience of planning their own wedding without worrying about the numerous day of details. As my business grew, so did my vision. I transformed Coordinator For A Day into a network for professional Day of Wedding Coordinators and that led to the creation of Wedding Planner Bootcamp.
What began as a way to help promote other Day of Coordinators has now become a full blown mission to support small business ownership. If you aspire to start your own professional wedding and event planning business, sometimes it helps to have a mentor you can connect with throughout your journey.