Event planners are fortunate when they can use their gifts and talents to serve one family for multiple events and even generations. I refer to those clients as “legacies.” Last week, I published Legacy Clients Part 1 that began the story of clients that have become gifts to me as an event planner. This post explains more.
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Event planners are fortunate when they can use their gifts and talents to serve one family for multiple events and even generations. I refer to those clients as “legacies.” Decades ago, it was a standard practice for families to use the services of the same caterers, planners, florists, and more for generations. It promoted loyalty and sustainability within communities and for the businesses. Black communities thrived on that practice.
We are constantly surrounded by food and drinks that are filled with lots of empty calories. It is easy to pack on the pounds as an event planner. We are also often stressed though it does not show up in client interactions; it will however show up in how we live and breathe off the job. Traveling can exasperate any of our wellness issues. Here are a few ways to manage wellness on the road.
Fear will tell us that a small budget is a curse. Small budgets can be a challenge to event planners, but in a good way, depending on the event and client. Here are seven ways to create luxury with a limited amount of money to spend.
Equating the word “luxury” with heavy details and complicated décor is often common with clients. They want the most for their budgets even at the expense of overpowering what could be a memorable event. Truth is, luxury events can be lavish, memorable, and simple. Quite simple.
Welcome to my site and my upcoming blog that will cover everything from events to my wellness journey and encouragement to other event professionals to my musings about food, life, and being a #gaydad. Stay tuned.