Behind the Business

Hold on to what’s important

Modern and Graphic Wedding at Airship37

As summer comes to a close, I find myself reflecting on amazing memories, treasured friendships and spending time on what really matters. When we are wedding planning with clients, it’s easy to get caught up in the glitz and glam, the decor and the theatrics of it all. There’s so much pressure to put on […]

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Lessons I have learned about social media

Modern red garden inspired wedding at Doctor's House

As an entrepreneur, social media is often the back bone to our marketing efforts. So it’s no wonder that it’s important to know how to use it well. Over the years, I have read blogs, followed best practices and made some mistakes. I think I’ve learned a thing or two about social media, but I’m […]

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Workshop for wedding planners

This February, I invite you to join me for a workshop focused on helping wedding planners grow and thrive in their business. I developed this workshop after hearing from so many up-and-coming wedding planners asking the same questions and sharing the same concerns on growing their practice. This is a unique opportunity exclusively for wedding […]

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TV is not easy

Setting up for Cityline - Modern Chinese New Year entertaining ideas with event planner Rebecca Chan

With my Cityline segment airing this week, I reflected on the experience and wanted to share some candid thoughts.  Photography: Mango Studios TV is not easy. You prep for countless hours to ensure vendors are secure and everything is ordered. It is almost always a last minute thing. You obsess about what to wear and […]

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Getting started in the wedding industry

Getting started in the wedding planning business with Rebecca Chan, Toronto wedding planner

Whether you are a budding photographer or wedding planner hopeful, you have to start somewhere. I am often asked what steps are needed to get started in the wedding planning biz and I’ve put together a few simple and practical tips below if you are just getting your feet wet. From our Cityline segment. Photo: […]

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Pricing Strategies for Wedding Planners

Pricing for any service-oriented industry where you set your own rates can been a challenge. When do you raise your prices? How do you deal with people asking for a discount? What about friends and family? After almost a decade in the wedding industry, I think I finally have a good grasp for pricing strategies. But […]

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Tips before calling it quits

Rebecca Chan Weddings and Events

Two years ago, I made the leap to go from working weddings on the side to working weddings full-time. I haven’t looked back since and I have never once regretted my decision to pursue this full-time. One of my most frequently asked questions from colleagues is if I have tips for someone looking to make […]

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