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Wedding Planning    Lindsay Ginsburg
Thesis   Throughout all of my research, and meeting with a    wedding planner, I have seen the stress and hard    work pl...
Personal Relevance   I have always been interested in this career and    could potentially pursue wedding planning in the...
History of Weddings                 Tradition of a “White Wedding” is credited to                  queen victoria        ...
History (cont.)                 Brides started to wear traditional wedding dresses                  in the mid-twentieth ...
... History                 After world war I, mothers of the brides wanted                  formal weddings for their da...
Attendees                    Marriage Officiant                                                                           ...
Ceremony Seating                  Brides family/guests sit on opposite side of the                   grooms family/guests...
Ceremony Processional Order                  The ushers and/or groomsmen escort the                   grandparents of the...
Ceremony Processional Order                   The maid or matron of honor enters, either by                    herself of...
Reception                    Tradition of eating and drinking                    Cutting of the wedding cake           ...
Wedding Cake   Image
Reception (cont.)                    Towards the end, the bride will throw her bouquet                    Groom throws h...
Why hire a wedding planner?                   Saves time and money                               Stays on client’s budge...
Why hire a wedding planner?                         Good taste in fashion                         Creative             ...
Responsibilities of a Wedding                          Planner                  Review and coordinate vendors           ...
More Responsibilities                   Make sure all favors, place cards, and center pieces are                    in th...
Becoming a Wedding Planner/                       Managing a self-business                    Business license and card n...
Required Skills                  Being able to remain calm with client                  Personable                  Giv...
Wedding Statistics   How many weddings a year???   Average ages   72 billion dollars spent a year on weddings   June &...
Wedding Statistics   Wedding Industry is a 50 billion dollar a year    industry   Caribbean and Hawaii are the most popu...
Videos   Imbed videos into your slides as needed.   Will break up some of your information and    speaking
Application Component   Describe in detail, your application component   Multiple slides   Use pictures, videos, etc. ...
Application   Scrapbook of my dream wedding   iMovie on “How to Plan a Wedding”
Class Activity   Something creative and fun   Approx. 5 minutes (or more)
Works Cited   Citations, no annotations
Conclusion   Wedding planners get very stressed out
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  1. 1. Wedding Planning Lindsay Ginsburg
  2. 2. Thesis Throughout all of my research, and meeting with a wedding planner, I have seen the stress and hard work planners go through to make their client’s dream wedding come true; Therefore wedding planners have to come up with innovative ideas, while sticking to their client’s budget.
  3. 3. Personal Relevance I have always been interested in this career and could potentially pursue wedding planning in the near future. My wedding Image
  4. 4. History of Weddings  Tradition of a “White Wedding” is credited to queen victoria  White was usually a traditional color of royal mourning  Previously, brides wore their best clothingKyi, Anna. "The Marriage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert." Sheducationcom: n. pag. Sheducation. Web. 22 Feb. 2011
  5. 5. History (cont.)  Brides started to wear traditional wedding dresses in the mid-twentieth century in the United Kingdom  Pre-twentieth century, American brides wore gowns they could wear to other special occasions.Kyi, Anna. "The Marriage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert." Sheducationcom: n. pag. Sheducation. Web. 22 Feb. 2011
  6. 6. ... History  After world war I, mothers of the brides wanted formal weddings for their daughters.  A position of a “wedding planner” would be needed!Kyi, Anna. "The Marriage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert." Sheducationcom: n. pag. Sheducation. Web. 22 Feb. 2011
  7. 7. Attendees  Marriage Officiant  Bridesmaids  Best Man  Flower Girl  Maid of Honor  Ring Bearer  Father of the Bride  Ushers  GroomsmenJohnson Publishing Company. "Planning the Perfect Wedding." Beauty & Style June 2005: 106-112. Ebsco Web. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http://web.ebscohost.com/ ehost/ detail?vid=8&hid=111&sid=2e4596a2-e88c-43aa-97d8-dc45d9482eff%40sessionmgr113&bda ta=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=ulh&AN=16973723>
  8. 8. Ceremony Seating  Brides family/guests sit on opposite side of the grooms family/guests  Two front rows consists of close family and friends"Wedding Ceremony General Information." Botanical Gardens: n. pag. Botanic Golf. Web. 27 Feb. 2011. <http://www.botanicgolf.com.au/downloads/ Web_wedding_pack09.pdf>.
  9. 9. Ceremony Processional Order  The ushers and/or groomsmen escort the grandparents of the bride and groom to their seats  The ushers and/or groomsmen escort the mother of the groom and mother of the bride to their seats  The bridesmaids enter, escorted by the groomsmen"Wedding Ceremony General Information." Botanical Gardens: n. pag. Botanic Golf. Web. 27 Feb. 2011. <http://www.botanicgolf.com.au/downloads/ Web_wedding_pack09.pdf>.
  10. 10. Ceremony Processional Order  The maid or matron of honor enters, either by herself of escorted by the best man  The ring bearer enters  The flower girl enters (sometimes accompanied by ring bearer)"Wedding Ceremony General Information." Botanical Gardens: n. pag. Botanic Golf. Web. 27 Feb. 2011. <http://www.botanicgolf.com.au/downloads/ Web_wedding_pack09.pdf>.
  11. 11. Reception  Tradition of eating and drinking  Cutting of the wedding cake  Toasts  first dance; traditionally bride and groom  Traditional father-daughter danceJohnson Publishing Company. "Planning the Perfect Wedding." Beauty & Style June 2005: 106-112. Ebsco Web. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http://web.ebscohost.com/ ehost/ detail?vid=8&hid=111&sid=2e4596a2-e88c-43aa-97d8-dc45d9482eff%40sessionmgr113&bda ta=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=ulh&AN=16973723>.
  12. 12. Wedding Cake Image
  13. 13. Reception (cont.)  Towards the end, the bride will throw her bouquet  Groom throws his brides garter  After reception, it is a tradition for the bride and groom to go on a honeymoon.Johnson Publishing Company. "Planning the Perfect Wedding." Beauty & Style June 2005: 106-112. Ebsco Web. Web. 3 Nov. 2010. <http://web.ebscohost.com/ ehost/ detail?vid=8&hid=111&sid=2e4596a2-e88c-43aa-97d8-dc45d9482eff%40sessionmgr113&bda ta=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=ulh&AN=16973723>.
  14. 14. Why hire a wedding planner?  Saves time and money  Stays on client’s budgetThe Knot Inc, and Investor Relations. "Wedding Planning Basics: 10 Biggest Wedding Planning Blunders to Avoid." The Knot. Ed. The Knot Inc. The Knot Inc., 1997-2010. Web. 21 Dec. 2010.
  15. 15. Why hire a wedding planner?  Good taste in fashion  Creative  Resourceful  Experience  Provides supplies: planners, checklists, articles  Sets deadlines and follows through with themTurner, Krista, and Entrepreneur Press. Start Your Own Event Planning Business 2004: n. pag. Print.
  16. 16. Responsibilities of a Wedding Planner  Review and coordinate vendors  Work closely with the florist, musicians/DJ, caterer, cake designer, and photographer  Make detailed schedules for the wedding rehearsal, ceremony, and reception  Preview the wedding and reception site  Complete balances, and timely paymentsBrideshow. "Budget Planning & Details." Wedding Budget: 1. Bride Show. Web. 14 Feb. 2011. <http://www.brideshow.com/bride/pdf/Wedding%20Budget.pdf>.
  17. 17. More Responsibilities  Make sure all favors, place cards, and center pieces are in the proper places  Coordinate dress fittings and other necessary appointments  Creat innovative vision for the couples ceremony  Distribute pin-on flowers to all members of the weddingMauer, Elena Donovan. "Weddings Under 10,000." Bridal Guide Dec. 2010: 178-180. Print.
  18. 18. Becoming a Wedding Planner/ Managing a self-business  Business license and card needs to be purchased  Bridal consultant training course  Register your business  ADVERTISE your business  Invest in a professionally designed website  “Location, location, location!”Turner, Krista, and Entrepreneur Press. Start Your Own Event Planning Business 2004: n. pag. Print.
  19. 19. Required Skills  Being able to remain calm with client  Personable  Give and get clients the BEST service for the LOWEST price  Handling finances  OrganizedMauer, Elena Donovan. "Weddings Under 10,000." Bridal Guide Dec. 2010: 178-180. Print.
  20. 20. Wedding Statistics How many weddings a year??? Average ages 72 billion dollars spent a year on weddings June & September
  21. 21. Wedding Statistics Wedding Industry is a 50 billion dollar a year industry Caribbean and Hawaii are the most popular places for honeymoons
  22. 22. Videos Imbed videos into your slides as needed. Will break up some of your information and speaking
  23. 23. Application Component Describe in detail, your application component Multiple slides Use pictures, videos, etc. Approx. 8-15 minutes
  24. 24. Application Scrapbook of my dream wedding iMovie on “How to Plan a Wedding”
  25. 25. Class Activity Something creative and fun Approx. 5 minutes (or more)
  26. 26. Works Cited Citations, no annotations
  27. 27. Conclusion Wedding planners get very stressed out

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