Many businesses are suffering through these difficult economic times, and the event planning business is no different. Parties are quickly being eliminated from personal and corporate budgets. So the one thing that many people ask me is how do I sustain my business at times like this. Some planner teach classes the art of event planning, but I do not feel as though I am experienced enough to do such a thing. I am still learning by trial and error in many aspects, lol. I find that I work best at being creative with my services. Event planning does not always have to consist of LARGE events, there are a lot of small events screaming for help.
Romantic weekends are just the thing. There are so many couples that want to plan that special night or weekend for their significant other and just do not know what to do. That is where I come in. I have created mutlitple packages for couples that range from an one night dinner date to an all out weekend getaway. What is different is that I not only arrange for the entertainment, transportation, meal, and hotel accomodcations- but I also decorate the rooms, supply snacks, romantic games or conversation pieces... The best part is that the client does not have to do anything but show up and little costs is associated with this.