Weddings for Real

Episodes of the Weddings for Real Podcast

31A: Van Eure on the Angus Barn History, Commitment to Service, and Opening the Wedding Pavilion

The Angus Barn Way, their commitment to unparalleled service, is legendary in the local hospitality industry. The owner of the Angus Barn, Van Eure, sat down with Megan to talk about the history of the Barn (her father opened it in the middle of nowhere in 1960), empowering employees to make sure the customer experience…

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Weekend Wine Down 4: Not Sharing the “Dead Cat as a Groomsman” Story Yet

In this weekend wine down, we talk about the new intro where Megan mentions a dead cat as a groomsman. It’s true, and we’ll share it…when we get to 60 reviews on Apple Podcasts. We also talk about our seminars on October 22nd, and the guests coming up in the next several weeks. Be sure…

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30: Alan Berg, Wedding Education Guru, on His New Book, “Why Don’t They Call Me?”

Alan Berg, Certified Public Speaker, Global Speaking Fellow (one of 31 people in the world to have that distinction), Wedding Industry Sales and Education Guru, Wedding Wire Consultant, and 4-time Book Writer, comes on the show today to talk about his new book, “Why Don’t They Call Me? 8 Tips for Converting Wedding & Event…

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Weekend Wine Down 3: Stoned Speed, The Big Fake Wedding, and Alan Berg The Speakingest Speaker

Thanks for listening! On this Weekend Wine Down, Megan and Jason talked about 2 seminars coming up on October 22nd, what happens when you play a podcast on half speed, attending The Big Fake Wedding in Raleigh, last week’s episode with Becca Atchison, and next week with Alan Berg.  We hope you enjoy! Below are…

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29: Becca Atchison on Percentage Based Pricing and Bringing on a Business Partner

Full Service Wedding Planning Company Rebecca Rose Events founder, owner, and creative director Becca Atchison comes on the show to talk about how and why her pricing model is different than almost everyone else in the wedding planning industry, why she decided to bring a partner into her company, what she’s most proud of (not…

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Weekend Wine Down 2: Hurricane Florence and the Instagram No-No List

Megan and Jason talk about what a weird week that was because of the Hurricane, and the new seminar Brunch and Learn: Instagram, Millennials, and How to Market Your Wedding Business, coming October 22nd at The Umstead.  Listen to the episode for a discount code!  As part of that seminar, Megan will share her Instagram…

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28: Inside the Bridal Suite with Makeup Artist Michelle Clark

Makeup Artist and all-around hilarious and amazing person Michelle Clark came on the show today, not so much to talk about makeup – although we get to that in the lightning round – but more so about what goes on in the bridal suite before the wedding. The makeup artist and the hair stylist are…

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Weekend Wine Down: Cookie Dough, Beer, and What Happened This Week

Happy Weekend!  It was a big week here, and Megan and Jason talked about it.  We had our “Instagram, Millennials, and How to Market Your Wedding Business” seminar, and we’re already planning another one for next month! Give us feedback if you get a chance – what do you think of this format? In addition…

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27: Moms and Daughters Planning a Wedding Together in Peace, with Megan’s Mom

I brought my mom onto my podcast, and you’ll hear all about our arguments from my wedding, which included cake, videography, photography, and invitations. And believe it or not, we both admit that the other one was right! Today’s show is all about how moms and daughters can plan a wedding together in peace. As…

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26: Felicia and Max Trujillo on Changing Careers, Entrepreneurship, and the NC Food Scene

Max Trujillo and Felicia Perry Trujillo are a power couple in the North Carolina Food Scene, even though they’ve only been in Raleigh for less than five years. When they moved from Los Angeles, Max became the general manager of Midtown Grille in North Hills, and Felicia had a 10-year wedding photography business. But Max…

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