In the wedding and event industry, peak season runs from late spring to early fall—a time when caterers, planners, and photographers must navigate schedules that are packed to the brim. Those with experience in the industry know which months they’re busiest and which months allow more wiggle room in their calendar.
Though peak event season is well-known, many overlook how each individual season can impact one’s business. Depending on the time of year, your clients could expect changes in pricing, weather, and even the overall timeline of their big day.
So, what can you do to keep up with the changes? Head over to Special Events for Meghan Ely's strategies to adjust your offerings to align with the seasons.