After wedding after wedding postponement due to Covid-19, the wedding industry is back and booming, more so than ever.
"This year will not only be the year with the most weddings in recent history, but also starts to welcome the next generation of couples — Gen Zers — getting married," Lauren Kay, executive editor of The Knot, said in a statement.
With so many weddings, well established venues are overrun making it the perfect time to open a wedding venue. That being said, it is hard to know where to begin when starting a wedding venue.
While there is a lot to think about, we’ve gathered our favorite free resources to help guide new wedding venue owners:
Podcasts are a wonderful free resource and often touch on the hard parts when it comes to running a business. This podcast is for future, current and experienced wedding & event venue owners who want to up their game in the industry.
TVP is co-hosted by Kinsey Roberts and Lindsay Lucas. They discuss topics such as “How to Start a Wedding Venue with Little to No Money”, insurance for your venue, legal must-dos and more. We highly recommend this free listen!
Eventstable has a great relationship with established venue owner Kristin Binford and for good reason! Kristin has a wealth of knowledge and experience every venue owner can learn from.
Her blog includes topics such as “Wedding Venue Pricing and Communicating Your Value” and much more.
She has even created a facebook group for wedding venue owners to connect and share experiences, and help each other with issues that arise when running a venue.
Whether you want to know which 3 Things to Consider When Choosing Inventory for Your Event Venue, 8 Ways To Make Your Venue More Attractive To Brides or Revenue Beyond Weddings: 4 Ways Your Event Venue Can Make Money Outside of Weddings, we’ve got you covered.
These are just a few free resources that any new party rental business owner can take advantage of. If you have more specific questions about what’s best for your party rental company, our customer service team is always here to help.