The #1 thing people don't tell you about starting a wedding business

This is my first styled shoot, this shoot lead me to booking the first wedding of the business 2 months later.

Next week; I'll be working on a $10K contract wedding.

Ill be working on 3 more weddings after that and then this business will forever be in the hands of the new owners.

I wish I could go back to this girl in the photo's and tell her what was ahead of her.

 

Tell her she might fuck up a wedding when she can't order certain flowers because of a snow storm.
Tell her that she won't have to freelance, work a 9-5, fulfill Etsy orders, and do her own weddings forever.
Tell her that she's going to want to go back to school and get her masters, it will feel safer, but that this will work out.
Tell her that she'll probably never shake that feeling of "was this enough" after setting up a wedding and hoping a client loves it.
Tell her that working after hours, working weekends, and not doing the normal will all be worth it.


Tell her that she will create something big beautiful, that a lovely couple will pay her a lot of money to buy it.

 
If you want to know HOW I booked that $10K wedding, click on the image above and learn the 3 steps I mastered to book that wedding. 

If you want to know HOW I booked that $10K wedding, click on the image above and learn the 3 steps I mastered to book that wedding. 


Tell her that will she go on to something bigger, better.

If you're new in this game, I want you to know, you don't have to struggle, worry, or doubt yourself or your prices.

Find a focus, create a strategy, learn, communicate, and get support.

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See you there <3