How To Become A Wedding Planner - Part 2 Of 2

As a wedding planner, you will need to have well, if not great, communication skills. A lot depends on how you speak. You will have to win bids, set things straight and negotiate mostly through talks. Of course, your goodwill and trust in the society also makes a lot of difference to what you say. People trust you for what you are.

Learn to negotiate
In a business, they say, keep ice on your head and sugar in your mouth. This means always remain cool and never speak foul language. Be sweet in your talk. At times it is possible that

the people you are dealing with might look too demanding. You have to use your communication skills to negotiate and put forth your point. Tell them your troubles and how you are managing things with difficulties. Paint a picture of yourself that will make them feel sorry for you.

Be prepared for any eventuality
The job of a wedding planner may look cozy and comfortable, but the planner needs to be prepared for facing any unprecedented


occurrence at all times. This needs the wedding planner to be a patient individual and not run through anything. At times, trivial-looking things might prove to be a Himalayan task for you. This is where you need to show your patience and presence of mind. The ordeal of a wedding planner is not over until the actual occasion gets over. So gird up your loins.

There is nothing wrong in hiring a professional who can work along with you. You will get a good supporting hand and can finish off the job without having to toil a great deal. If you have a government registration, it will give you an extra edge and the importance in your field. Whatever things you are trying, do it in a legal manner so that there will not be any problems either for you or your clients. Be on the law’s side, always.

PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN DECEMBER 2012



Article Written By abhi_bangal

I am a professional writer and also run a couple of sites on technology and blogging.

Last updated on 27-07-2016 64 0

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