How to add wedding planning + coordinating services into your floral design business and the exact contracts I use.

How to add wedding planning + coordinating services into your floral design business and the exact contracts I use.

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Yes, we are first and foremost a wedding floral design business, but can I tell you a secret?

A couple years ago I noticed our inquiries were slowing down a little and I figured out that the DIY Pinterest brides (while still around) were fewer and fewer and brides were now looking for someone to just take care of everything for them. Guess who is the first person they google search? It’s not a floral designer! It’s a wedding planner. Many wedding planners today have learned they can also put flowers and vase and make some money on that division — smart business. So I decided to begin marketing myself on google as a wedding planner and guess what happened — those inquiries flooded in my inbox.

  • I’m telling you exactly what I did to start getting those inquiries
  • Sharing how adding this service also added good additional income
  • Giving you the exact contract I use with my wedding planning clients
  • Sharing exactly why this was one of the best decisions I ever made
  • I even share with you how I charge my clients
  • I share how often we meet
  • How I don’t get sucked into daily phone calls and emails with them
  • Why this decision has allowed me to do fewer, larger budget weddings

 

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what people are saying:

Jessica has helped revolutionize the way I connect with my clients. Within a few weeks of changing my consult process I have booked 3 dream clients!
— Lindsey Kao
 

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