Your couples tend to favor DIY weddings. Instead of relying on professional vendors, they recruit grandma to bake the cake, a cousin to act as planner, and a friend who fancies herself a photographer. The couple may be perfectly friendly and easy to work with, but they may question your policies and push boundaries if they start to cost them extra money. This couple is always looking for a deal and may be quick to ask for discounts. Many questions may come your want as they look to you as the expert. Their wedding planning process (and even the wedding day) may be unorganized and stressful as the bride realizes all that she’s taking on over the course of planning. Most of her questions are to educate herself on what to do and she will most likely be appreciative of your guidance, but she may slip into bridezilla on her wedding day if she becomes too overwhelmed. In this case, the wedding may lead you to update your contracts and policies.
TO THOSE AROUND YOU…
It looks like you’re trying to be helpful and accommodate all types of weddings. Everyone has some kind of budget and who doesn’t deserve their dream wedding, right? But you may be questioning your policies as boundaries get pushed. You wonder if having friends and family work so much on the wedding is a nice thing to allow or if it causes you more liability. You’re dedicated and sympathetic to your couples, but it might be your Achilles heel. Although you’ve got a venue you love and it’s running well, you might be working harder and giving into more than you should allow. You wonder what others in your situation are doing with their venue and succumb to the comparison game. When you really dig into growing and leveling-up your business, you may get overwhelmed by mire advanced ideas of systems, automation, stricter contracts, and growing your team properly.
ON THE FENCE ABOUT THIS ONE?
I know I never seem to fit into any one category myself in these quizzes, and you might be the same! So hop on over to check out the other personality profile results and see what else resonates with your venue.