Event Design

How to Become an Event Designer

  1. […] 20 Signs You Might be a Wedding PlannerWedding Planner vs. Venue Coordinator12 Reasons NOT to Become a Wedding PlannerThe Myth of “Day-Of Coordination”5 Myths About Wedding PlannersHow to Become an Event Designer […]

  2. Devaraj says:

    Very useful post. Thank you Debbie.

    Wedding Aaha – Chennai
    https://www.weddingaaha.com

  3. […] often isn’t room in the budget to hire professional event design […]

  4. Pooja Gupta says:

    Thank you so much for providing a right directions towards a good event designer….this is really helpful to us for making our skills better.

  5. Sara Mathew says:

    You said it right. Observation is the key to success in this field. I have seen wedding planners in Chennai often do the cliche. They don’t customize or make the events unique. Wedding planners should understand the tastes of their clients and plan a unique event based on that.

  6. […] shoots can be a great way to work with new-to-you vendors, build your portfolio, and flex your design muscles. For more how-to’s on photo shoots, read our tips on coordinating a styled photo […]

  7. Qin says:

    I really like event design and event styling, but most of the universities and colleges do not offer this course.
    May I know event design is categorized into which courses? Is interior design, graphic design or event management?

    • Qin, I don’t know that many colleges offer courses specifically for event design. You can check into the Event Leadership Institute and North American Wedding Academy. I think they both offer courses in event design.

  8. Tushna Mehta says:

    A great, concise post with a good starting point. Thank you Debbie.

  9. Katie says:

    Hi,
    This is indeed a great article and it got me jotting some points down. I really need this as I am just starting a profession in Event planning but am so overwhelmed with the whole thing at least this is somewhat of your relief and worthy of trying.
    Thank you

  10. […] design and if you asked 100 event planners how they do design, you would get 100 different answers. Event design means working with clients to create the overall look, feel, and style of the wedding or event. […]

  11. precious says:

    Waoooooooo this is good thank goodness I saw this.

  12. […] took me five years to accept and realize I could style an event. I never thought of myself as an artist before and wasn’t confident in my ability. Luckily I […]

  13. Angela says:

    This was such an inspiring moment for me, along with confirmation. Up until now I have felt out of place not knowing where I was going in my professional career. I have served in Customer service for over 20 years. I wondered what should I do next.
    And lately I’ve been in a decorating season. And I started out just as your advice says. Start out decorating your own tables at home. Take photos. Once I read this I realize this is my calling. I felt such joy decorating my table for thanksgiving. And it was fun! My only experience as far as I know is that I am a well organizer. Other than that no prior experience. I really desire to pursue my calling. Thanks Debbie

  14. Belma B says:

    Very true, practice makes progress. Thank you. I will keep designing.

  15. Dee says:

    Thank you for this great article and Blog it is indeed a great resource for tips and motivation.

    Dee
    UK aspiring event designer and wedding planner

  16. Mica S says:

    This information is just what I was looking for. Thank you so much for sharing!!!

  17. Holla bim says:

    Hello,
    This is indeed a great article and it got me jotting some points down. I really need this as am just starting a career in Event planning but am so overwhelmed with the whole thing at least this is a bit of a relief and worth trying thank you. Do you have a branch in United Kingdom? I would like to to be mentored through your company.

  18. Connie says:

    I am thinking of doing the accredited wedding & event designer course with IWED. Are you familiar with this one? I’m still confused about event planner and event designer – what is the difference?

  19. Mercy R. says:

    Thank you for this article! I’ve been considering a career in event planning and this has given me lots to think about! Keep up the great work.

  20. I love this information it is very helpful. I can’t wait to start using this.

  21. Dolores Moore says:

    I just read your article and it gave me more motivation to do what I want to do. I just decorated my daughter’s wedding in October and everyone loved it. Now I am doing my niece’s wedding in June. Do I need to take a wedding planner course or wedding and party design course?

  22. I absolutely love and agree with everything said in this article. Debbie, thank you for being so motivating and giving us passion with your passion. 🙂

  23. Nada says:

    This article really helped me so much! I’d like to ask for advice about university majors that will help me become an event designer! Thanks.

  24. Karan Labra says:

    I’m pretty anxious about starting my own wedding planning firm.

    Till now I was just involved as a marketer but I think it would be fun to try this out. How do you think I should go about it? I’m planning to hire a team who already have a good amount of experience with indian weddings.

  25. Oh! I love it so much. Now I am 18 years old and I’m searching for what I’m truly interested in. I think I’ve found my real career. Thank you so much Debbie for this previous post. I’ll do my best from now on 🙂

  26. Ms Johnnide says:

    I just want you to know when I read your blogs, I get so excited! You motivate me to stretch and I now know that I am unique and I can do my own thing and not be intimidated because we are all still learning. Thank you!

  27. bianca says:

    I have a passion for decorating and design and have really been considering pursuing this as a career. This post was very helpful and full of insight and advice. I need a career I would love not just jobs that I don’t like. One question I have – is it better or necessary to go to school for this type of thing or just go to a company and learn on the job?

  28. biola N Adegoke says:

    I really love this,it inspired me. I love designing.

  29. huma khan says:

    I would like to share that I am in a event company and I am a very hard working girl but I can’t prove my hardworking personality. How can I prove myself?

  30. Sijibomi says:

    Very educative. Thanks.

  31. This post confirmed I have been doing all the right things. I love design. I have designed my home, helped deisgn others homess and I design my own events. ONe of my favorite things to do is doing a tablescape in my dinning room for holidays. This summer I will be styling my own photoshoot I am super excited. Thanks for sharing all these great tips.

  32. A Layne says:

    WOW!!! I’ve bookmarked your page, Debbie. I’ve always wondered if I can ever be just as creative as some of my friends, now that you’ve shared these great insights, I feel encouraged to try and use these muscles once again. Thanks!!

  33. Demetrius Cummings says:

    Awesome and so many things you said are “confirmations”….I am so excited to begin my journey as a Wedding/Events Planner…it is a way to share beauty in the lives of others!

  34. Lilieth says:

    Every time i read your Blog! i feel I’m on the track thank, so much for your inspiration.

  35. Thanks for this great post. I have been trying to become more creative and this post provides some great ideas to help me improve. Going to work that creative muscle right now.

  36. Roxanne says:

    This is indeed a great article. I’m a new planner myself and I am in the process of doing my first styled shoot {bites nails nervously}. I figured, why not?

  37. […] Planner’s Lounge shared a post on how to improve your skills as an event designer. […]

  38. Thanks for the shout out, Debbie.

    P.S. Great post. And, great insight on how to dive into design if that’s where your heart lies.

  39. Nicole says:

    Debbie, this is a great article!! You have given me such inspiration. Thank you for activiating my creative muscle again!

  40. Angie says:

    What a great post! I can’t wait to go “work out”!!! Seriously, this post is very motivating!

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