Consulting series is a new series I’m bringing to the blog for entrepreneurs and people in the wedding industry. Long story short, I’m now offering consulting packages for wedding creatives – especially venue owners – to bring their dreamy visions to life. As you know, I have personally worked in the wedding industry for over a decade and half – in two very different locations that have totally different clientele. Knowing the ins and outs of the wedding industry, I’m excited to serve wedding creatives in this way from here on out.
These services include –
Consulting Packages: Mostly geared toward Hospitality + Venues ->
Offering packages for 3 – 6 months (start ups are 6+ months, new-established are 3+ months)
Wedding Sales Program + Operations Development
Event Space Functionality + Renovation Advisement
Private Estate Consulting
Preferred Vendor Programs
New Establishing Businesses:
Just need a few tweaks in specific areas of your business? Pick and choose the topics you want to polish, then contact us to schedule our next available appointment.
Portfolio Editing | Brand Cohesion | Persuasive Writing
A la Carte Options –
VIRTUAL ONE ON ONE SESSION – Not ready to commit to 3 or 6 months of consulting but need a push? This is for you.
60 minute virtual one on one – in Skype to talk specifically about your business and get down to the nitty gritty topics/questions you can’t find answers to.
Systems? Social Media? Client Experience? Pricing?
INSPIRATION SHOOT STYLING AND DESIGN=
We help plan and design the small to large details along with you the whole way. We will review pins as well as your ideas/vision during our brainstorming and research phase. This includes brainstorming, research, design and design boards, rental coordination, execution, load in and out.
Why a style shoot?
Styled shoots are organized for many reasons, but most of the time they are used to inspire creativity in your brides, to build relationships with wedding vendors, or to share some idea you’ve been “pinning” and dying to share with the world. Think of seasons and trends to help guide your vision. If you are planning on submitting your shoot to a wedding blog or magazine, remember a winter-themed shoot organized in February would not be appropriate for them to publish in Spring, and it may end up sitting in their queue for a year.
Think of the type of wedding you dream of showcasing and the type of bride you want to work with, then turn that into a styled shoot.
For the full breakdown of these packages + to inquire about these services please visit my Consulting page then book a call!
photograph by Emily Elizabeth Studios