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Perfect Wedding Planning Software that's Not for Planners

Wacky title, I know. But that’s what kept going through my head as I was watching the demo for Coaches Console, an online dashboard. Well, it actually seems better than that. I’d call it an online ‘wife’. You know, someone who looks out that you get things done and done on time! (no offense, guys, but you know what I mean)

Occasionally I’ll come across a post on one of the forums asking about the best wedding planner software. I guessed there would be many. Au contraire mon frere!… Continue

Posted on December 15, 2009 at 12:29pm

Aspiring Wedding Planners, Meet your Angel!

Every blade of grass has its own angel that bends over and whispers ‘grow, grow’ ~The Talmud

Nope, this isn’t Monday Musing on the wrong day. This quote rests on my frig door, reminding me everyday what I want and what I want to be to others in this world. It’s precious to me because one of my coaching clients sent it to me as an unexpected gift. We clicked and over time I helped her grow more confident as a businessperson and fall back in love with her business. Gosh, we laughed a… Continue

Posted on December 7, 2009 at 12:12pm

1st Bridal Tweet MeetUP Rocks!

Glancing over the lush green field to see the sunset was amazingly beautiful. That was my very first impression of Gore Place, an ornate Federalist style mansion plunked down on 4o rolling acres. Really. I was stunned that such a fantasy wedding site was literally right off Route 20 in Waltham. I knew the first Bridal Tweet Meet up was off to a roaring good start!

You probably guessed that I'm the curious type. My favorite thing is to meet someone new and learn about them. I've… Continue

Posted on October 30, 2009 at 2:42pm — 3 Comments

Wedding Vendor Contracts- Necessary or Not?

Is there anything more personal than wedding planning? As wedding professionals we help mold the bride's dreams into one extraordinary day. It's not an arms-length process. We get real close. Which is why inserting a something as off-putting as a legal contract might seem unnecessary or unpleasant to some folks. Several discussions on different wedding forums are about the need for a contract. I thought we could take a look at it together. Are contracts necessary?

I look at it… Continue

Posted on October 29, 2009 at 11:18am

Giving Feedback that Works Without Feeling Guilty

One of the toughest things to do is tell someone their work is not up to par. Whether you’re a bride talking to her wedding team, or a wedding professional who is working with colleagues, you’ll want to have a basic strategy for getting your thoughts and desires across to someone who isn’t meeting the mark.

Recently, a colleague of mine asked for help. She was trying to be proactive with one of her vendors so that her bride could enjoy the best of his work. I thought you might want… Continue

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At 4:49pm on February 15, 2010, Heidi Thompson said…
Yes, I think google is the most-used. Thanks for the advice. I had been looking at both of those marketing systems but I really don't have the extra capital to sink into them at the moment. Maybe after a few clients I'll get one of them. Is there one that you prefer over the other? What is the edge that those marketing programs have that can't be found elsewhere?

At 2:37pm on February 15, 2010, Heidi Thompson said…
Hi Dina,

I must say that I love your website there is so much good info on it! I'm new to this market and my business is new here (I always worked for someone in the US) but I have noticed a few differences. Dresses here are ridiculously expensive for one. If I can recommend one thing to brides its to find your dress, then order it online and just have it altered here. Weddings don't seem to be as big of an ordeal and I don't think rehearsals are common, but I'm sure there is someone out there who will prove me wrong. That being said, there are tons of wedding vendors so the market is there and I suppose it really varies whether you're dealing with a small-town couple or a posh London couple. My business is near Cambridge so there is a mix of small villages and then the city of Cambridge. But, like I said I'm a newbie so we shall see. The national average for wedding budgets here is comparable to the US but I think things are more expensive. Any good marketing tips for newbies? I'm registered for 3 wedding fairs starting this Sunday which I think is a good start. I'm very much open to ideas though :)

At 8:15pm on January 13, 2010, My Lovely Paperie said…
nice pictures!
At 12:23pm on January 4, 2010, Photography by Kat - Kathryn said…
Hey Dina! Thanks for the add! I'm not a wedding planner in Canada but a wedding photographer. I've been following your Positively Wed blog ever since you started it up and just randomly happened upon you on here!

Your blog is fantastic! It's a great treasure trove of resources even for someone not involved in the planning side of weddings...although to my brides who don't hire wedding planners, I definitely become their substitute planner. All the best with your new business endeavours this year!!
At 5:13pm on November 18, 2009, Joyce Mnkande said…
You are welcome Dina - this is why we network - Joyce
At 12:36pm on October 27, 2009, Christine Dyer said…
Thank you SO much for the bday gift :) That was so sweet of you. How did yesterday go?!
At 6:16am on October 27, 2009, Gifts and Events-Gloria Dawkins said…
Congratulations Dina on being featured and congrats on your wedding!! Wow! When was it?
At 8:25pm on October 26, 2009, Christine Dyer said…
Congrats! I have just given you a Featured Membership status because you have invited so many people to BridalTweet. Thank you! You now appear at the top of our homepage! Thanks! - Christine Dyer
At 10:13am on October 23, 2009, The Wedding Salon said…
Thank you so much!!!!
At 2:45pm on October 21, 2009, Carol Premack said…
Hi Dina,
It was great meeting you on Monday. Looking forward to more talk at the Bridal Tweet meet next Monday.


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