Wedding Planning Tips

Welcome to the new look of The Association of Bridal Consultants’ website! On the first Tuesday of every month, we will share wedding planning tips for #TipTuesday! Be sure to check back for wedding planning advice from some of the nation’s top certified, ABC Wedding Planners!

 

The Importance of Event Liability Insurance

Posted on April 23, 2018
Print By now, most wedding and event professionals have heard the buzz regarding event insurance. Sure, you know it exists, but do you really know exactly what event insurance covers, and how it can benefit your clients (and you)? Event insurance... Continue reading →

Adopting a Mentorship Mindset for Industry Elevation

Posted on April 18, 2018
pexels-photo-463133 It wasn’t long ago that I remember sending my first email to State Coordinator of my state. I had found the Association of Bridal Consultants on my own via internet search. I purchased the Professional Development Course and silently worked... Continue reading →

Wedding Invitation Etiquette Should Shine

Posted on April 02, 2018
GloriaInvites-26 Fellow wedding planners should know the rules of wedding invitation etiquette. We are not mentioning style – but the correct way to write the words to invite a person to your client’s wedding. Whether you sell invitations or not, your... Continue reading →

Wedding Coordinator vs Venue Coordinator

Posted on March 30, 2018
JessicaBenjiWedding_LFP1097 Wedding coordinator and venue coordinator, the two names sound very similar, but they differ in their responsibilities to the bride and groom. Many brides mistakenly think that if their selected wedding venue offers an in-house coordinator, they wouldn’t need the... Continue reading →

The 2018 Multicultural Couple, What You Should Know

Posted on March 26, 2018
mixed-marriage Today’s average bride was born in 1989 and will turn 29 this year. They are technically savvy, educated, appreciate diversity, respect their elders, and have a short attention span.  One in six of today’s couples will marry across their racial... Continue reading →
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