Introspect And Retrospect Into The World Of A Professional Wedding Planner
Dear Linnyette:I've done corporate events planning in the past. Now I focus on image and beauty. I just recently planned my own wedding that went GREAT! Now I have people asking me to plan their special moment.I've been looking for information on "how to charge" for planning services. Do you go by a strict percentage of cost to figure out your fee, or do your have set prices for each service level you provide?Please let me know and thanks in advance,LaTishaPS: You are by far my favorite planner to watch and learn from on "Whose Wedding Is It Anyway."
Happy 4th of July to you!! And I hope you enjoyed your holiday!! Keep up the great work and style. You make it look so easy Ms.Linnyette.
LaTisha:Knowing what to charge a client is probably one of the hardest things to grasp professionally - it's really based on a few factors such as geography, amount of work required and of course, your skill level. Doing research in all of these area may be the best way to get a better feel of what a fair fee structure is. Our company offers flat rate fees -as I don't feel that percentages offer the client any thing of value. The fee I charge is based upon what needs to be done - not how much money someone has (or doesn't) to spend...........
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