5 tips for working on your Wedding Planning business during quarantine.


Many of my students started their Wedding Planning career by getting their certification right before Covid-19 wreaked havoc on our industry. I’ve been asked a few times what they can be doing now to build their business until the pandemic is over.

Here are 6 things I want you to be working on now!

  1. Grow your vendor network. Reach out to those vendors that you’ve been wanting to connect with. Have virtual cup of coffee to get to know them and a little about their business. We are all in the same boat here and any bit of connection and referrals is going to truly keep our business going.
  2. Start your Website. If you don’t have your website started yet, now is the time to get it going! I often think ‘oh, I’ll just do that myself’ but as someone who has both created a website with a template AND hired someone to redo it , I would suggest hiring someone from the start that is knowledgeable! Email me for a recommendation!
  3. Clearly define your business practices. Make sure you have your business practices clearly defined. Remember those handouts I gave you? Put them to use and create all your own documents to have ready to go. Now is the time to make sure you have your protocol and documentation in order. Don’t forget that Force Majure clause to protect your company.
  4. Start a blog! Blog about your new business, past events, vendors you love, venues you love and so on. This will help potential clients find you when they are searching.
  5. Get your business listed online. Research and find all the sites that you can list your business for FREE. There are a ton of them out there that allow you to have a free listing – The Knot and Wedding Wire are two of them.

As always, focus on your mental health during this time! Inhale that confidence and exhale your doubt. YOU GOT THIS! Good luck and if you need anything from us, we are always here to chat!

xo, rc

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Ashleyann and Raymond’s Wedding

Elegant and historical are two words that come to mind when describing Ashleyann and Raymond’s special day.  They were married at the beautiful and antique Mission Inn.  The combination of the old chapel and choice of white and green color palette was a match made in heaven.  From the beautiful heartfelt ceremony to the amazing hanging florals in the reception, Ashleyann and Raymond’s wedding was a night to remember.

The details of the ceremony were to die for.  Their choice of florals perfectly accented the architecture of the Mission Inn.  The flower arrangements simply added and enhanced the details of the chapel.  The details perfectly highlighted the couples sweet I Dos.  Just look at the gorgeous ceremony and of course the gorgeous couple!

Their reception was absolutely lavish and glamorous.  The details were picture perfect from the beautiful place settings with hints of gold to adorable signage on the guest book table.  The white florals with lots of greenery tied the whole room together perfectly with a sweet romantic touch.

One of our favorite details was the florals hanging from the chandeliers.  This was such a unique and romantic touch that pulled all the details together.


Congratulations to this sweet couple, we wish them a long and happy life together!


Special thanks to these awesome vendors:

Venue: Mission Inn
Hair and Makeup: Makeup by Lex and Ashley Swank
Florist: Irises Designs
Photographer: Sun and Sparrow
Videographer: Xposure films
DJ: Southern California DJs