A beautiful wedding can create memories that last a lifetime. As a successful wedding consultant, it is your job to combine all the details that make the day so special for the bride and groom and their friends and family.
Stratford's course carefully details all aspects of event planning and consultation from ceremony and flowers, to transportation and venue design. Students can learn how to blend their creative and management talents to create a beautiful and memorable event.
Whether you are planning your own wedding or want to learn more about how to run a successful wedding consultant business of your own, Stratford's program can provide the fundamental knowledge to help you get started.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the median annual salary for meeting, convention and event planners is $47,350. The number of jobs is projected to increase by 10% through 2024, which is faster than average.*
A wedding consultant salary can vary depending on the place of employment, educational attainment, and the specific duties performed.
Weddings: Folklore, Traditions, Ceremonies The Bridal Consultant: An Introduction to the Business
Types of Ceremonies
Ethnic Wedding Traditions
Frequently Asked Questions
Wedding Planning and Management Part 1 The Role and Scope of Wedding Consultancy
Weddings, Culture, and Religion
History and Hegemony
The Mediated Construction of Weddings
The Changing Family, Politics, and Law
Weddings and Consumerism
Tourism and Destination Weddings
Wedding Planning and Management Part 2 Wedding Timelines
Determining the Vision
Food, Beverage, and the Wedding Cake
Wedding Attire and the Bridal Party
Wedding Planning and Management Part 3 Photography
Music and Entertainment
Rentals and Site Layout
Stationery Elements and Etiquette
Wedding Day Details
Event Planning Initial Planning and Budgeting
Organization and Timing
Transportation and Guest Arrival
The Guest List
Food and Beverage Requirements
Entertainment and Photography
This educational program is an introductory course designed to help students gain knowledge necessary for the vocational application of this subject.
We take great pride in providing you with the most up-to-date textbooks and equipment. One or more of the above-mentioned subjects may, therefore, change if updating becomes necessary during the course of your studies. The order in which the course material is presented may vary.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition