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Wedding Business Blog

We are excited to share wedding business insight, ideas and tips with you right here in our blog! Lovely Day Strategy provides professional, approachable and friendly coaching and consulting for wedding pros so that they can be successful, balanced and have fun in their businesses.  Wedding planners, wedding photographers, wedding florists, wedding DJs and more can all benefit from business coaching and consulting. Wedding business blog, wedding business coach


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5 easy ways to boost your wedding business for the new year

Lindsey Nickel

The new year is here! You know it’s that time of the year to review last year, set goals for this year and do a whole bunch of other things we’re all “supposed” to do to start off the new year.

The new year is the perfect time to fine tune the business piece of your wedding business.

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Featured post in Wedding Business Workshops: Your Stories: Lindsey Nickel with Lovely Day Events

Lindsey Nickel

Tell us why you started your business. What motivated you to become a wedding industry professional?

Oh man, this is a long story, but I will tell the very short version. Being a wedding planner found me. When the economy crashed, I started the wedding business as a side job.

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Advice for Total Newbies Starting a Wedding Business

Lindsey Nickel

When I was a newbie to owning a wedding business, I just went for it. I made a lot of mistakes and had some serious learning curves. I also made a lot of smart, lucky and calculated decisions. Once people started asking me for advice on how to start their own businesses as total newbies, I was forced to reflect on what really worked and what didn’t. After having a few conversations with these total newbies I realized there were three universal business practices that are essential when starting out. Two I did when I started and one I didn’t and learned the hard way.

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