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Real world, straight talk wedding planning advice. That's what you'll get at the Getting Your Wedding's Worth podcast. How to build relationships with everyone from your DJ to your Caterer, and how to leverage those relationships to your advantage, and really get the most value for the money you've invested in your Wedding day. Hosted by Amanda of Applause Weddings in St. Louis, Missouri. http://applauseweddings.com

Real world, straight talk wedding planning advice. That's what you'll get at the Getting Your Wedding's Worth podcast. How to build relationships with everyone from your DJ to your Caterer, and how to leverage those relationships to your advantage, and really get the most value for the money you've invested in your Wedding day. Hosted by Amanda of Applause Weddings in St. Louis, Missouri. http://applauseweddings.com
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Real world, straight talk wedding planning advice. That's what you'll get at the Getting Your Wedding's Worth podcast. How to build relationships with everyone from your DJ to your Caterer, and how to leverage those relationships to your advantage, and really get the most value for the money you've invested in your Wedding day. Hosted by Amanda of Applause Weddings in St. Louis, Missouri. http://applauseweddings.com

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English


Episodes

Episode 7 - Interview with Eye Do STL Pt 2

5/10/2018
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Part two of our interview with Kim Stahlheber of Eye Do STL, an on-site Hair and Make Up provider in St. Louis Missouri. In this episode, Kim talks about Building the relationship with your Hair and Make Up Professional.

Duration:00:12:00

Episode 6 - Interview with Eye Do STL Pt 1

5/10/2018
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Part one of our interview with Kim Stahlheber of Eye Do STL, an on-site Hair and Make Up provider in St. Louis Missouri. In this episode, Kim talks about the value of hiring a professional to provide Hair and Make Up services vs DIY.

Duration:00:12:36

Episode 5 - It's time to seal the Deal

3/20/2018
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Congratulations! Verbally committing to a date should be promptly followed by signing a contract and paying your deposit/retainer fee. Most vendors abide by the "first come, first served" rule, so if you are slow to do these important things to "seal the deal" , unfortunately, you might lose your date!

Duration:00:12:21

Episode 3 - Do your Homework

3/20/2018
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Most vendors are small businesses born from the desire to help make a special event in people's lives memorable, but there are varying ideas of how to do just that. Because of this, doing your "shopping" is very important so you can find the vendors who specifically suit you and the kind of event you are dreaming of. Doing research regarding different vendor's attributes goes a long way in the planning process, and then the relationship between you and the vendor can make or break your event.

Duration:00:11:37

Episode 4 - Can I get a Discount?

3/20/2018
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This is one of the questions vendors are asked the most. While it is perfectly acceptable to inquire if there are any promotions or a discount available for your date, It is very beneficial for a prospective client to do their "Homework" , as mentioned before. know your vendor's product versus others in the field so you can make an informed decision for one of the most important days of your life and to be able to give a sincere compliment! Let your vendor know that you truly value their...

Duration:00:09:55

Episode 2 - The beginning of a beautiful relationship

3/20/2018
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Yes, you are now in a relationship with your wedding vendor. You have expectations from your new relationship, as we do. You have hired a person or company who will be providing a service or product for the event of a lifetime. They are experts in their field and they have spent time leaning how to woo you, but how do you return the favor to make this a beautiful relationship?

Duration:00:11:24

Episode 1 - Nice to Meet You!

3/20/2018
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Getting "more" from your vendors is not about bargaining, negotiating the best price, or asking for free "extras" . It's about creating a work environment and relationship that fosters a sense of loyalty and desire to give willingly. Also, how does Amanda even know Jeannie and here's the link to the Surprise Wedding mentioned in this episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72zBtDInOJU&t=22s

Duration:00:08:31