Post-it Notes – Top Tips for your Wedding Planning & Business – 13th May 2011

Photography Credit: From Me to You (gives me goosebumps!)

On your wedding day the teeny tiny details really won’t put any bearing on how much you enjoy yourself…or your future happiness. So what if your colours don’t exactly match or your flowers wilt a little? What matters is that you’re getting married (yeeey!) Planner, Kelly, agrees with me,

“Remember the bigger picture. As much as the small details may seem important while planning the wedding, try and take a step back every now and again and remember why you are getting married. You can get so caught up with colour swatches and guest lists that you can often forget the whole reason why you are marring each other. Make sure you create date nights where you don’t talk about the wedding at all.”

From Kelly of Boho Weddings & Events

Starting and maintaining your own business is undoubtedly immensely difficult, but also hugely rewarding when all the hard work pays off.  It is also really difficult to know which steps to take to progress your idea from just a ‘bit of fun’ to a fully functioning business (if that’s your goal.)

However one way to give yourself a step up from the competition is to be a million percent passionate about your subject and always be thinking about different ways to approach your business and ideas. I strive to keep my blog content fresh, original and unique and I’m not afraid to be bold/different in my ideas. By doing this (I hope!) has made me stand out from the crowd.

8 comments

  1. Leila

    eeek! Love these “moving photos” I can’t remember what the proper name is for them! and those shoes are incredible! x

  2. I’m a new business and it gives me a boost to hear you saying that your passion is everything if you want to be a success. If it was easy, then everyone would do it, right?
    I LOVE being in the wedding industry and I have strong principles which I stick to, no matter what.
    Perhaps my new motto should be – ‘Be bold and follow your dream…. whilst wearing fabulous shoes!’
    Louise x

  3. Urm, nice shoes, i could never walk in them! 🙂 Anyway, just wanted to totally agree with the note about passion, I wrote about it on my own blog about my dog photography biz, and agree, being passionate makes your business stand out and continue to be a success, wise words indeed Rock n Roll chic! 🙂

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