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Monday, January 26, 2009

Wedding Planners

I'm sort of a idiot when it comes to the Internet and/or anything technological. So this morning when I needed to write a new post for this blog, I googled weddingplanners@blogspot.com. Which is our URL...or so I think. I never really know.

Because I didn't get our blog. Instead I got a list of blogs on "how to become a wedding planner".

I was a bit surprised, but then I was intrigued. Wedding Planning would be fun. Sort of. Maybe. If you could deal with all the insanity that surrounds a wedding. LOL

On further investigation, I found a wedding planner course, a school for wedding planners and a wedding planner institute.

But the site I found on FabJob.com was by far the best site I found. Partially because it has tons of information, but also there's a link to a book you can purchase.

http://www.fabjob.com/weddingplanner.asp?affiliate=1180

I found that site by going to this site...

http://how-to-become-a-wedding-planner.blogspot.com/

It's a blog by wedding planner Max. Max gives practical advice for how to learn to become a wedding planner. Nitty gritty, nuts-and-bolts stuff he learned along the way. You can "hear" his enthusiasm all through the post. It's obvious he loves his job!

I especially love the quote in his profile, "I never regret for being able to help brides' create the ultimate experience for life's grandest celebration."

Weddings are life's grandest celebration! And if you're interested in a career in wedding planning, checking out Max's blog might be a great place to start.

susan meier

2 Comments:

Blogger Brandy said...

Wedding planning sounds like fun on one hand, and on the other you have to think about those "Bridezilla's". *G*
I think it would take a certain personality to pull it all off.

January 26, 2009 at 1:30 PM  
Blogger Linda Goodnight said...

Those Bridezillas amaze me. I have a hard time realizing there are really women like that in the world. Crazy stuff!! Most of them need to go sit in the time out chair and not get a wedding. If the pre-wedding is like that, just think what brats they'll be during the challenges of marriage! Yikes

January 27, 2009 at 7:53 AM  

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