Debbie is the Owner and Creative Director of Save the Date Events. Save the Date Events is a multi-award winning event planning and design company based in Denver, Colorado. Save the Date Events has won numerous awards in the past four years in including the Knot Best of Weddings Award in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. They have been in the top five wedding planners list on the Denver 7 A-List for 2008, 2009 and 2010. Save the Date Events was an ICON award finalist in 2010 and in 2011 and won an ICON award for "Best Wedding" in 2012. Save the Date Events has also been published in more than 20 wedding and lifestyle magazines and is regularly featured on local news stations with wedding and entertaining tips and trends.
Debbie is also the owner of StudioWed, a boutique wedding showroom and concierge service in Denver. StudioWed opened in February 2010 and has established itself as the "go to" place for brides and grooms planning a Colorado wedding.
Debbie is the founder and editor of Planner's Lounge a resource site and community for wedding and event planners to relax, talk, learn and inspire. Planner's Lounge was established in 2011 and has become the number one resource site and online community for wedding and event planners.
Debbie has been coaching and mentoring up-and-coming wedding and event planners since 2009 and started teaching classes in 2011.
This “How to Become a Wedding Planner and Event Planner” course is presented exclusively by Debbie Orwat, Owner and Creative Director of Save the Date Events, owner of StudioWed Denver and the Founder and Editor of Planner's Lounge .
Have ever considered getting into the wedding and event planning industry? Or have you recently started working in this career but aren't experiencing the success you hoped for? Or maybe you have taken another class or course but still don't know where to get started. If you have experienced any of these situations, this course is for you.
Each lecture covers different elements and strategies about working in the industry. Watch each lecture at your own pace or download individual lectures to view when you don't have internet access. There are also supplemental materials included with two of the lectures.
Students have unlimited access to the course and can ask questions to the instructor. There are no tests with this course.
This “How to Become a Wedding Planner and Event Planner” course comes with a 100% money back guarantee if you aren't completely satisfied in the first 30 days after watching the entire course.
Register now for immediate access and take the next step towards a successful career in wedding and event planning!
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This outline (course as they call it) albeit low budget was 60% common sense, and 40% repetitive, A fifty-some minute class could have been written and completed in 15 minutes or less. If you have an ounce of common sense then don't waste your money. On the positive side, it did spark my memory on some jobs that I had years ago that I can use on my resume. Overall not completely a waste of money if you are in the 16-21 age range, and have absolutely no idea what a wedding/event planner does. Although you can find most of the information contained in this course online for free.
Debbie - This course was great to take! Being an entry level planner hearing your professional advice really excited me for my future. I really enjoyed the sections: How to get experience when you have none, building my portfolio & traits of a great wedding planner.
This course is very informative and in depth. I feel much more equipped to start my business in wedding and even planning!
This online course covers what it promises to cover. Really, all you have to do is sit down and listen. I found it really easy and inspirational. Just the kick I needed to get started! Thanks, Debbie.
I never really knew what was out there to help you get started and how to use Pinterest other than just liking things and repin ideas. I knew about conferences. Other websites and books to read to get started is awesome. Never would have known. Going to school now and only having six or seven classes left is scary and don't know what to do for the next step. But now while in school I can do some seminars and event conferences to learn more and get myself out there to clients. Maybe also people to talk to about working with. In this industry it is always about knowing someone. Just have to come out of my shell and try new things. Thank you for this. I feel more at ease and I'm excited to start doing little things to build a portfolio.