Updated: Sep 8
The main motive is to make people happy, saving your time and making you stressless. Turn a couple's dreams into reality and see them satisfied! To know I had a positive impact on their lives!
Moreover, I happily love to organize events, with no worries about workload. No matter, whether it's a birthday party, a kids' party, or a baby shower.
It is always an honour to become a part of one of the best days of someone's life!
Why I Became a Wedding Event Planner
I love planning a wedding, where couples can celebrate their love fills me with joy. However, I’m obsessed with details and I’m a very organized person with a creative mind - my nature brought me to this job.
I love working in contact with people and getting to know them.
It’s a job that involves meeting new people and being part of an important journey for them - this is amazing to me. Being able to see other people happy also thanks to my job is what makes me see this job as a passion and not a simple job.
Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life basically.
Clients Come from Different Backgrounds and Cultures
As my clients come from different backgrounds and cultures, which makes me feel like I am part of their big day. I worked for each client according to their backgrounds and cultures. Learn about their culture, explore new things and guide them properly to execute their desired event successfully.
Whether, it's a destination wedding, baby shower or private party. Moreover, I also help them plan their honeymoon after they tie the knot.
The Planning Process Is Fun!
As an event planner, I plan each event with the couple and their guests. I make sure everything goes smoothly so everyone has an amazing time.
Help People Celebrate Their Big Day
Planning a wedding or other special event takes a lot of work. There are so many details to consider, such as the venue, food, flowers, music, decorations, etc.
If you’re interested in becoming a wedding planner, apply at different venues or assist wedding and event planners in order to gain experience and see how things work closely. Then, once you feel comfortable, start your own at different venues.