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I’m super excited to share these photos with you! When I was designing this spring wedding shoot I really wanted to use bright rich tones that popped against the muted tones of nature at this time of year. Jewel tones were perfect for this concept, but I wanted to be sure it didn’t look too…

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I am over-the-moon thrilled to announce that I have received the Outstanding Service Award from WedBiz. This award is given after multiple vendors who have previously worked with me have vouched and confirmed the work and service I provide to my clients. A BIG thank you to my peers.  

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Lately, on more than one occasion, I’ve been asked how I set my fees. The current trend amongst the industry would be to respond with ” I don’t have to justify my pricing or my value.” but friends, it is my job to educate my (potential) clients. That’s the role I choose to take on, and…

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  • Christine Kirby - A wedding planner is certainly worth the weight in gold!  I have been to weddings where there was a wedding planner and where there was not – the difference is night and day!  (And on the professional side, I enjoy working with wedding planners and their clients to incorporate my stationery & calligraphy into the big picture of the wedding.)  It is a seamless and enjoyable process!ReplyCancel

    • Meagles13 - Thanks so much for your comment! I’m glad you can clearly tell the difference, that’s important to us! xoReplyCancel

  • Christina - Love your high road approach of educating your clients and your post is very well written! Bravo!ReplyCancel

    • Meagles13 - Thanks so much Christina! xoxoReplyCancel

  • Kelly - Great information! As a brand new planner myself, I’m realizing how important it is to be able to educate potential clients on what they gain from investing in a planner, and I think that your advice is wonderful. It’s so clear that you put a lot of thought into writing this, and I can only imagine that you must put the same attention and care into your work with your clients. Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

    • Meagles13 - Thanks so much Kelly! I did take a lot of time and thought to write this out in hopes of helping potential clients to understand the value!

      Thank you for your wonderful comment! xoxoReplyCancel

Find the Right Mentality Planning an intentional wedding means recognizing that a wedding isn’t just a party, it’s the celebration of your marriage and officially combining your lives together. Find out what you really want.  Sit down together (just the two of you) to talk about what you both envision for your wedding. Throw ideas out…

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  • Breanna Kuhlmann - This sort of applies to every event too 😉
    Great tips, thanks for sharing! ReplyCancel

  • jes - I love this so much!  It’s a wedding, not a production!ReplyCancel

    • Meagles13 - Thanks Jes! So true, love that wording!ReplyCancel

  • Veronica - This has so much great advice in it! Thank you for sharing. ReplyCancel

This post, right here, is about as personal and as truthful as I will get in this journal. It’s all of the real reasons I became a wedding planner and why I truly love what I do. People always joke “Oh, like J-Lo” when I tell them what I do for a living, but honestly,…

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  • Brenda's Wedding Blog - What a beautiful post and I loved this line “My dream job “must-haves” also included loving the work I would be doing and being able to financially support myself.” Congrats to you!ReplyCancel

  • Ellie - “I craved a career that would give me a sense of accomplishment upon the completion of each project and individual challenges to face throughout, but I also knew that I wanted to live a slow, intentional lifestyle outside of work and my choice of career would have to fit in with that.” I LOVE this!! Isn’t that the beauty of a creative career? 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Meagles13 - Thanks Ellie!

      Yes, it sure is! I’m so lucky I have found a career that I love while being able to live the kind of lifestyle I’d like as well! xoReplyCancel

  • Jamie - LOVE THIS!ReplyCancel

  • Claudia - Hi, Meagan! I love your fluid approach to planning your days. Your definition of flexibility is one that isn’t seen too often. It’s almost meditative in a sense. There’s so much soul fulfillment that comes with having a career in the creative realm. Great post!ReplyCancel

    • Meagles13 - Hi Claudia!

      Thanks so much for your comment! It definitely helps me get my work done and live the rest of my life as well. 🙂ReplyCancel

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