We gearheads need to stick together and help each other out. As much as we take pride in researching and figuring things out for ourselves, we can save time and money by consulting with experts. I think we’d all rather deal with experts who understand our automotive priorities.
You’ve finally reached a point in your life where you’re ready to settle down. Okay. You’ve reached a point in your life where you’re ready to have a partner in crime. This sidekick business has been working out well enough, you’re ready to make it official. ‘Til death do you part. One of the first things you’re going to discover is that a LOT goes into a wedding, even the simplest one. Oh yeah, and put “wedding” in front of anything else and the price quadruples.
This is a big day. Friends, family, and more will be on-hand and, considering we’re talking about the rest of our lives, here, we want everything to go smoothly, if not perfect. I mean, technically, it’s something we only really want to do once, right? There’s so much to think about, to schedule, to plan. How do we know we’re not missing anything? Simple. We hire a wedding planner.
Why we’d like to meet a gearhead wedding planner (or two, or three)
We all find ourselves in need of professional services from time to time. It’s not that we couldn’t figure out how to do these things ourselves, but that we want the best we can get for our hard-earned money. Now, you’re looking to get hitched. Who are you going to trust more – the J-lo wannabe who handed you a card at the circus that is the local Bridal Show downtown, or the gearhead who’s logical and budget conscious like you? Exactly.
We gearheads need to stick together.
I don’t know about you, but I’d like to do business with as many gearheads as possible. It’s like Think: local, only for gearheads. Being a married guy (married to a part-time wedding photographer, no less), I’ve seen plenty of wedding stuff in recent years. Most of it seems to be targeted at girls looking for fairy tales. Considering how you could probably complete your project car for the cost of the average wedding these days, and then you have to figure out what to do for the honeymoon, a lot of guys I know feel left to the sidelines because it’s all flowers and lace and credit cards. Maybe working with a wedding planner is a way to get organized like you would a car project.
I’d like this story to cover the usual gearhead stuff, but I also want to empower our readers. Why do we want to work with a wedding planner? How do they add value to (or reduce the stress of) getting married? Is this a good business to get into? That sort of thing. The idea is simple: Gearheads helping gearheads build high performance lives.
If you’re a gearhead wedding planner – or have a friend who is – get in touch by leaving a comment below.
Let’s make a difference.