No probably not, because being a wedding planner is chiefly a self employed job you would need to set up your own retirement plan with a bank, or with a retirement company and put regular money into it over your working life. If you work for a wedding planning company they might have their own retirement plan which you can contribute to.
they plan there funerals
Many good wedding planners can have 8-20 weddings each year. The total number of weddings that a planner organizes each year will vary
I have heard from a number of wedding planners that 9-10% of couples use wedding planners.
there is needs for wedding planners everywhere - anywhere anybody is getting married, wedding planners are potentially needed. check out this website for more information about becoming a wedding planner http://www.the-wedding-planner.com/aplanner.htm
Alaska has synagogues and wedding planners.
Wedding planners can be very beneficial if you have very little time yourself to plan your own wedding or are totally overwhelmed at the thought of all that goes into planning a wedding.There are a few ways to use wedding planners, from total (start to finish) to just using a planner the "day of" your wedding to organize the day and make sure that everyone and everything is in place and your day goes smoothly.Not only can they help tremendously with planning your wedding but they can offset what it costs to hire them. They can do this by working out deals with vendors that they usually use.To get more information on wedding planners, including what they will do, how much to expect to pay and much more, I will place a link to a page to visit.Don't forget you can also use family and friends in place of paid wedding planners. I like to call them "Volunteer Wedding Planners".
The Wedding Planners - 2012 was released on: USA: 24 October 2012 (internet)
Wedding Central - 2007 The Wedding Planners 1-4 was released on: USA: 2 September 2007
The cast of Wedding Planners - 2005 includes: Angelo Garini Enzo Miccio
Statistically about 10% of your budget.
Income for wedding planners differs by location and State. Some planners take a percentage of the overall cost. Most wedding planners find that this is hard to define and take a more realistic approach. Most Brides today want to know what the costs are up front. Wedding planners can charge anywhere from $1,200 to $2000 depending on the duties involved.