- Event Planning Resources -

This event planning resource page is for you to easily find a list of recommended services, products, and companies that will help you. My promise to you is that I won’t put anything on this page that I haven’t verified and/or personally used. 

There are some affiliate links below and I may receive a commission for your purchase, but at no cost to you nor an increase in price. In fact, many of these great companies are giving our community special discounts that I’m passing on to you!

- Event Planning Tools -

logo maker

Make your event business look beautiful – without any design know-how. Design your own beautiful brand and get free samples in minutes, and only pay if you’re 100% happy!

Need a logo or promotional materials designed? We love 99designs because it’s affordable & more than one designer works on your project at one time so you can choose one you like the most!
Get thousands of custom templates and stock images, easy-to-use editing features, and more. I use CANVA a lot to create social media images and marketing materials.
event planning blueprint
Get your event contracts in place. Don’t plan another event or wedding for your clients without these customizable contract templates for event and wedding planners.
My favorite project management tool that helps you manage your tasks, teamwork and events from beginning to end!

- Event Business Tools -

Accounting software that’s a must for any business owner. It’s easy to use; you can quickly bill your clients, set up reminders and get paid on time. The best part, it’s cloud based so you can access it from anywhere, see when your clients have opened the invoice, and track the time it takes to plan each event. Get a free trial using the link below.
Connect with your clients. We’ve used several email newsletter services and ActiveCamapign is easy to use, offers support and has all the features you need to personalize your emails or newsletters.

- Web Design & Hosting Tools -

elegant themes
WordPress is far superior as a web publishing platform for any kind of website and you can accomplish a lot more with WordPress over the long run. So, in my opinion, it’s not a matter of one over the other. WordPress wins hands-down!

If SiteGround isn’t in your budget just yet, use Bluehost instead. It’s just $3.95/mo. and they offer great support