Asana for Wedding Planners

Tools: Asana
Price: $197
Length of training: 1 hour
Implementation time: 1 hour
How difficult is this?Workflow Difficulty Level 1


You’re a wedding planner. Managing a million moving pieces for multiple marriages at once is what you do.

And chances are, if you’re still in business, you’re pretty good at it.

But “pretty good” often means a lot of time and mental space sacrificed to admin and project management (because one missed detail could end in disaster!)

Take your wedding planning from pretty good to never misses a beat, while freeing up more of your time and mental space **brain breathes a sigh of relief**

This useful Asana workflow is designed specifically for Wedding Planners, and will make the project and client management side of what you do much less painful. It’s like a double dose of Tylenol for your business.

In this Asana workflow, you’ll learn:

  • The simple way to track your clients and never miss a task (without spending hours entering and adjusting tasks and dates ← everyone’s least fave activity)
  • How to turn emails into Asana tasks, so you can stop using your inbox as a to-do list (and falling down that all too familiar rabbit hole of replies and flash sales – oooh shiny new shoes!)
  • Options for keeping clients in the loop to avoid them awkwardly asking “uhhh, are you still alive?” (and thanks to the handy canned emails included, you’ll know exactly what to say!)
  • BONUS: The often overlooked premium app integration that’ll help you effortlessly manage your timeline (three cheers for less admin time!)


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We have a strict 5 day refund policy. If you don’t like the training or decided to go with a different tool, we will give you a 100% refund within 5 days. On the 6th day, we do not accept any refunds. We want you to take action on our trainings!

Meet the Instructor

Annika Robbins
Annika Robbins
Whitsett and Laurel
Favorite Place to Travel| Japan