Sparkle & confetti apparel

Weekends are for weddings
Whimsical Font cozy sweatshirt 

Being in the wedding industry, our weekends are dedicated to weddings y'all! This cozy and comfy sweatshirt is made of cotton and has a warm lining inside. 

Whether you're a wedding planner or another wedding pro in our industry, this sweatshirt tells it exactly how it is, weekends are for weddings!

Made in the USA
7-10 Business days for shipping

get cozy boo!

$35

FAQ

how long does shipping take?

Our production time takes 3-5 business days and our shipping typically takes 3-4 days inside the US. Just to be safe we tell our customers to expect their goods to come in within 7-10 business days of ordering. 

is it true to size? 

It sure is boo! Here is our little size guide, just in case!
Size guide
                                            S        M     L      XL    2XL
Body Length (inches)        27      28     29    30.   31
Chest Width (inches)        20      21     23     25.   26 ½
Sleeve Length (inches)      23.5  24      24    24    24

planning multiple weddings at a time is freaking hard y'all

but it doesn't have to be

Back when I first started my business, I took on every wedding I possibly could. I didn't care how much they paid me or what package they wanted, I wanted to be their planner. I wanted to build my portfolio, and more importantly, I wanted to get my name out there in the community. 

But I ended up growing quicker than I thought and I all of a sudden had 14 weddings, a full-time job, and no clue how to give consistent services to my clients. I would answer emails as they came in, offer meetings as they were requested, and had no clue how much time I was working on each client and if what they were paying me was even close to compensating me for my time. 

I decided to start writing out the time I was spending with the different clients and it killed my little wedding planner soul. I was being underpaid by 80% on every client. Some clients were getting WAY more attention from me than others, yet they had the same package. And frankly, I had no idea what I had and hadn't done for them. 

That's when enough was enough. I decided to start tracking my time and I came up with a plan for each package and what I would include. As I started this, I kept track of the emails I was consistently sending out and created templates for the items that I was finding were useful to each client, no matter what their wedding was like.

Once I did this, I saw my reviews getting better. I was no longer spiraling out of control. I was no longer frantically going through emails trying to figure out what the heck I still needed to do with my couples. And best of all, I stopped feeling guilty for giving too much of me to one client and not enough of me to another, all while bringing in six-figures! 

This is just one reason, I BELIEVE in the power of templates and workflows. And I can't wait for you to be able to implement the same ones I built out into your biz!

planning multiple weddings at a time is freaking hard y'all

but it doesn't have to be

Back when I first started my business, I took on every wedding I possibly could. I didn't care how much they paid me or what package they wanted, I wanted to be their planner. I wanted to build my portfolio, and more importantly, I wanted to get my name out there in the community. 

But I ended up growing quicker than I thought and I all of a sudden had 14 weddings, a full-time job, and no clue how to give consistent services to my clients. I would answer emails as they came in, offer meetings as they were requested, and had no clue how much time I was working on each client and if what they were paying me was even close to compensating me for my time. 

I decided to start writing out the time I was spending with the different clients and it killed my little wedding planner soul. I was being underpaid by 80% on every client. Some clients were getting WAY more attention from me than others, yet they had the same package. And frankly, I had no idea what I had and hadn't done for them. 

That's when enough was enough. I decided to start tracking my time and I came up with a plan for each package and what I would include. As I started this, I kept track of the emails I was consistently sending out and created templates for the items that I was finding were useful to each client, no matter what their wedding was like.

Once I did this, I saw my reviews getting better. I was no longer spiraling out of control. I was no longer frantically going through emails trying to figure out what the heck I still needed to do with my couples. And best of all, I stopped feeling guilty for giving too much of me to one client and not enough of me to another, all while bringing in six-figures! 

This is just one reason, I BELIEVE in the power of templates and workflows. And I can't wait for you to be able to implement the same ones I built out into your biz!

planning multiple weddings at a time is freaking hard y'all

but it doesn't have to be

Back when I first started my business, I took on every wedding I possibly could. I didn't care how much they paid me or what package they wanted, I wanted to be their planner. I wanted to build my portfolio, and more importantly, I wanted to get my name out there in the community. 

But I ended up growing quicker than I thought and I all of a sudden had 14 weddings, a full-time job, and no clue how to give consistent services to my clients. I would answer emails as they came in, offer meetings as they were requested, and had no clue how much time I was working on each client and if what they were paying me was even close to compensating me for my time. 

I decided to start writing out the time I was spending with the different clients and it killed my little wedding planner soul. I was being underpaid by 80% on every client. Some clients were getting WAY more attention from me than others, yet they had the same package. And frankly, I had no idea what I had and hadn't done for them. 

That's when enough was enough. I decided to start tracking my time and I came up with a plan for each package and what I would include. As I started this, I kept track of the emails I was consistently sending out and created templates for the items that I was finding were useful to each client, no matter what their wedding was like.

Once I did this, I saw my reviews getting better. I was no longer spiraling out of control. I was no longer frantically going through emails trying to figure out what the heck I still needed to do with my couples. And best of all, I stopped feeling guilty for giving too much of me to one client and not enough of me to another, all while bringing in six-figures! 

This is just one reason, I BELIEVE in the power of templates and workflows. And I can't wait for you to be able to implement the same ones I built out into your biz!

planning multiple weddings at a time is freaking hard y'all

but it doesn't have to be

Back when I first started my business, I took on every wedding I possibly could. I didn't care how much they paid me or what package they wanted, I wanted to be their planner. I wanted to build my portfolio, and more importantly, I wanted to get my name out there in the community. 

But I ended up growing quicker than I thought and I all of a sudden had 14 weddings, a full-time job, and no clue how to give consistent services to my clients. I would answer emails as they came in, offer meetings as they were requested, and had no clue how much time I was working on each client and if what they were paying me was even close to compensating me for my time. 

I decided to start writing out the time I was spending with the different clients and it killed my little wedding planner soul. I was being underpaid by 80% on every client. Some clients were getting WAY more attention from me than others, yet they had the same package. And frankly, I had no idea what I had and hadn't done for them. 

That's when enough was enough. I decided to start tracking my time and I came up with a plan for each package and what I would include. As I started this, I kept track of the emails I was consistently sending out and created templates for the items that I was finding were useful to each client, no matter what their wedding was like.

Once I did this, I saw my reviews getting better. I was no longer spiraling out of control. I was no longer frantically going through emails trying to figure out what the heck I still needed to do with my couples. And best of all, I stopped feeling guilty for giving too much of me to one client and not enough of me to another, all while bringing in six-figures! 

This is just one reason, I BELIEVE in the power of templates and workflows. And I can't wait for you to be able to implement the same ones I built out into your biz!

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