How to Start a Business in the Wedding Industry with No Experience

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Hey you! I'm Candice. I've owned my wedding planning and design business, Jubilee Events, for 12 years. I'm a 2x published author, podcast host, and your proud mentor.

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Josie & Taylor from Good Seed Floral shares how to start a floral design business, even if you don't have experience. Learn how they did it, and how they've leveraged Instagram, email marketing and their business partnership to build an in-demand business.

Have you ever wondered what it's really like to have a business partner? Or maybe you're curious about how someone creates an in-demand business using social media? Or maybe you want to learn how to start a floral design business?

In today’s episode, I’m chatting with the ladies from Good Seed floral, Josie & Taylor. They reveal their business journey and how they’ve created an in-demand floral design company that serves niche customers.


When Josie and Taylor started their business, they had ZERO contacts and ZERO experience. Along the way, they’ve developed an in-demand floral design studio thanks to their tenacity, talent, and use of Instagram and email marketing.

Good Seed Floral is a full-service wedding floral design studio based in Portland, OR and Austin, TX who help brides wanting something a little different and 100% them. They are committed to helping other florists realize their dreams and feel confident about running their business well, believing that we are all truly better together. 


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On Today’s episode of The Power in Purpose Podcast:

  • Being true to yourself, knowing your style, and how to leverage this to attract your ideal customers
  • How a college relationship turned into a business partnership
  • Have you ever wondered how to start a floral design business? As self-taught floral designers, learn how they started a floral business without any experience or any contacts
  • We explore the mindset that if you wait until you’re ready it’s already too late.
  • With over 90% of their bookings coming from Instagram, these ladies have harnessed the power of social media as a lead source. They share tips on how you can make Instagram a better lead source for your business
  • Learn how Instagram helps to accelerate the know/like/trust factor and how it can also do the opposite
  • Have all the questions about email lists? Good Seed Floral has a highly engaged email list. Learn how they use email marketing to develop relationships with their clients
  • The moment they noticed they were giving every client a different experience, which encouraged them to create systems. Learn how systems saved their business, and how you can create systems to deliver a better client experience
  • Partnerships and business partners in the wedding industry and why having an open hand is their secret to working together

It's a powerful episode, to say the least, and I'm excited for you to learn from these two smart women!

Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of The Power in Purpose Podcast. I want to know — what was your biggest takeaway? Head to my Instagram to join the conversation!


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My team and I have worked with hundreds of clients all over the world, from New York City to Fiji, Vermont to Costa Rica, celebrating moments that matter in our clients' lives. I've worked with high-end clients since I started my business, producing events in excess of $1,000,000.



I owned my wedding planning and design business, Jubilee Events, for 12 years before I sold it.

I know what it takes to run a successful wedding industry business.

I also know how hard it is to be profitable in this industry. I've experienced many of the aches, pains and challenges you're facing right now.

I want you to succeed in your business. In fact, I teach wedding industry entrepreneurs because I want others to have the same level of success I've been so fortunate to have.

My passion for this industry is rooted in helping business owners, like you, build a profitable business with purpose.

That is the heart behind every webinar I teach, every instagram post I share, every course I create and every podcast episode I produce.

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