Wedding planner emails! As a wedding planner, you’ll need to send countless emails. Personally, I am a full believer in email templates. Yep, you got it, that’s what I said. I have met several wedding planners over the years who like to write original content to every possible lead, making it a one-of-a-kind experience. I applaud those planners. I truly do. But I have a life outside of work and I hope you do too. I don’t want to spend hours writing when I could be spending that time with my family. And, y’all, they were just writing to leads. Not actual clients, just leads. Leads that may not have been interested in their service to begin with.
Wedding Planner Emails Templates
Covet your time. That’s the number one message I hope you take from this blog post today. Make your hours, minutes, and seconds count for something. To help you out and give you back your time with your family, I’m giving you three email templates that have saved my butt when some major thinking was involved. If you need further assistance with writing difficult emails, check out our Difficult Emails + Policy Template in the shop.
The “Hello, Are You Alive?” Email
Every now and then you’ll get a client who goes MIA. For whatever reason, they just haven’t responded to your previous email about starting their 30 days before the wedding. This email can give them a little kick in the pants and get them to email you back.
The “That’s Not In Our Contract” Email
I cannot tell you how many times a client has asked me to do something that wasn’t in our contract. Setting boundaries is very important. Always remember that your time is worth something. You don’t have to be rude about it, but you need to let them know there will be an additional fee if they’re asking you to do something that’s outside the scope of the contract. That’s only fair, after all.
The “Stop Procrastinating and Fill Out the Paperwork I Sent You” Email
It is impossible to help a client if they can’t help themselves. Meaning, I can’t help you organize your wedding if you don’t fill out the client worksheet I gave you. This email will lay a good foundation as to your expectations. You can’t be responsible for a horribly organized wedding if they did nothing to prepare for it. This email will also act as a record if they come back later and say how unorganized it was. It puts the ball in their court.
Download Emails Templates
Let me know if you find these emails useful. Remember, if you need further assistance with writing difficult emails, check out our Difficult Emails + Policy Template in the shop.
What type of emails are you having a hard time writing?