I went to a bridal fashion show the other night. Let me tell you, there is lots of money to be made in the industry. Here I found brides-to-be, young models (who were actually volunteers), and proud parents of the modeling children. There were bridal magazines, DJs, and caterers. It was a fun event, followed by some yummy sangria with friends. Here’s what I learned.
From wedding dresses to tuxes to bridal party attire, wardrobe stylists have got it made. There are so many styles to choose from and the trained eye of a wardrobe stylist is perfect to help a bride pick out that fancy white dress.
Beauty is key, as I’ve been told by many-a-bride and cosmetology professional. More and more brides are enlisting bridal beauty services before the big day. From simple hair and makeup applications to botox and a freshening chemical peel, brides aim to look their best on the most important day of her life. Read more about that in Here Comes the Bride… and a Lucrative Beauty Career.
And what about event planning? As women take on more jobs as CEOs and Presidents of companies, they are finding it difficult to plan their weddings because of time constraints. So event planning is the perfect place to have someone help you along the way and hopefully dial down the wedding stress just a little.
Even automotive technicians can get into the wedding action if they want to work on those all-important bridal limos. No bride wants her chariot to break down on the way to her prince charming.
The bridal beauty industry is a booming one. And a lot of these professionals tend to be self-employed, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This means flexibility and a variety of opportunities. If you’re interested in cosmetology, but aren’t sure just what to try your hand at, then consider a career in bridal beauty services. Marry your passion for beauty with a lucrative career, as others walk down the aisle to happiness.