Does your dream of starting your own outdoor wedding venue seem unreachable? Could you use some extra income?
For years I have been a stay at home mom to our 4 children. The strain on our family budget is very real and retirement, what’s that? With two children still at home my husband Les and I knew we had to come up with a way to get back on top of the finances. I have strong organizational skills and felt I needed to work from home. Two of our daughters had been married in our backyard and we figured if we could do it for our girls we could do it for others.
Denison Ridge has just pasted the six-year mark and we are going strong. We have been able to put money down on our principle house payment and can see light at the end of our long tunnel. That was our goal when we started the wedding venue, pay off the house, and we are! Working from home has also provided a great environment for our children to learn work ethics, have family time and make income.
It wasn’t long after we started the venue that I realized there are many people out there just like Les and I, looking for a way to help ends meet. Extra income comes in handy for children’s education, braces, vacations, paying off car and school loans, paying the mortgage and the list goes on. The entrepreneur in me just can’t stand by and not try and help others! If I can start and run a wedding venue so can you. I decided to write out everything that Les and I have done and share it in an eBook format… and How to Start and Run a Wedding Venue –In Your Own Backyard was created.
Starting a Wedding Venue in your backyard doesn’t have to be Overwhelming…
Running your own business is a lot of work, it’s easy to get overwhelmed just thinking about all the parts that go into a business start-up. There are state and local regulations and licenses, website creation and maintenance, printing needs, advertisement decisions, venue contract, venue showings, décor options, and so much more. It seems like there are so many details to take care of before you can even get started.
But, what if you had a detailed, step by step guide to walk you through it? My desire in creating How to Start and Run a Wedding Venue – In Your Own Backyard is to walk you through each step in the best and most effective way, it’s full of real life examples and methods that have worked for me. You can get started now and be moving forward.
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Benefits of Owning your own business
What could you do with extra income? Pay off debt, purchase braces or college for the children? How about pay your house mortgage off like we are doing.
Owning your own business will keep you involved in the community. Networking is so important and something we should all be involved with.
There is never a dull moment in this industry! There will be new challenges, adjustments that need to be made and social media changes all the time. This keeps us young and alert, it's a good thing.
When you run a wedding venue there are so many ways that you can use your talents! Creating centerpieces, decor, photo areas outside and inside, the ceremony backdrop and what about all the beautiful gardens that need care.
Being able to teach our children from a young age good working habits has been priceless! Our children have been praised in the work force for dedication, being reliable and with great character.
You are the owner of a business, your business! Let this sink in... you make the schedule and call the shots. This takes responsibility and hard work and I know its possible.
What's Inside the ebook?
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About the Author
Hey, I’m Teri and I wrote How To Start and Run a Wedding venue - In Your Own Backyard. I run Denison Ridge a wedding venue... in my backyard. My husband and I knew we had to do something in the financial area so he could retire at a decent age. I have written the eBook (digital download) for those who are struggling with finances or just looking for a creative outlet for that entrepreneurial spirit. Home is truly where my heart is. Running a venue in my backyard has been a blessing in so many areas of my life.