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5 in 5! with Tracie Morris, Certified Wedding Planner for You're the Bride

March 5, 2013

You’re the Bride works with brides who struggle with stress and are overwhelmed in their wedding planning. You want to have a luxurious dream wedding. They are different than other wedding planners as they know the secrets to creating your fantasy wedding day that is customized, personalized, and centered around you as a couple. Their brides are able to relax and enjoy their wedding planning experience and wedding day!

Tracie loves the challenge of putting all the pieces of the wedding day puzzle together whether it is a simple affair or a grand celebration with hundreds of guests. She thrives under pressure and can solve your wedding planning headaches and struggles! Tracie and her team love making your wedding less stressful. She enjoys seeing the the day come to fruition whether she is planning the entire event or just doing day-of coordination with her team. Your long awaited day finally arrives with the sweet scent of flowers, pleasing melodious sounds, and excitement filling the air. Family and Friends come from near and far to celebrate your joyous occasion with you. This day is filled with magical moments. Your dreams have now become a reality because you decided to let go and hire You’re The Bride to plan and oversee every detail. You can find more information on Facebook, Twitter and Blog.

1. How did you get started in the industry? How can someone who is interested in your work get started?

Tracie Morris

Tracie Morris, Certified Wedding Planner for You

I got started in the wedding industry in 1999 after I planned my wedding. An individual that is interested in becoming a wedding planner should definitely participate in a internship. Although they are typically unpaid having the hands on experience is very valuable.

2. What’s the future of your industry or job?

I feel the future will definitely have a need for professional wedding planners as more and more couples are professional workers and are very busy with their careers and don’t have the time to plan their dream weddings.

3. What do you look for when you hire an intern or entry-level candidate?

We look for intern’s that are organized, punctual, flexible, enthusiastic, positive attitude and have a passion for weddings and really want to learn as much as possible in the few short months we are together!

4. What is one thing an intern can do to make a favorable impression?

I love when an intern has already started taking classes in wedding planning or has previous experience in any kind of events.

5. Can you share a positive intern story and an intern horror story? No names needed…

I have been blessed this past wedding season with 2 wonderful interns. They both had all the attributes I was looking for and we made a wonderful team this past summer with all of our weddings. Other interns did not do so well because they decided they didn’t like working Saturdays, the hours were too long or just didn’t show up for work at a wedding which was a huge headache when I required their help.

Interested in interning with You’re the Bride? Tracie is currently looking for interns! Apply now.

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