Did you know that the number of weddings in the U.S. this year is estimated to be the highest since 1984 at 2.5 million? (The Wedding Report). This surge in weddings is expected to extend into 2023 and beyond. If that wasn't enough to stop you in your tracks, weddings are among the highest paying bookings on The Bash—so we're sharing tips on how to get wedding gigs for your business.
Meet Rob "E", a successful Elvis impersonator on The Bash! He's a longtime member of 13 years, has been awarded multiple badges, and has an average of 5 stars from client reviews! Rob "E" is an award-winning Elvis impersonator who pays tribute to all of Elvis's eras with an energetic and authentic performance. He has experience "wowing" audiences across the nation for public and private events.
Your star rating is the average of all reviews left by your clients on The Bash and is the rating that is displayed directly on your profile and in search results. Learn more about your star rating and how it is calculated.
Meet Kevin Krieg, acoustic guitarist from Chino Hills, CA. He has over 20 years of experience playing the guitar and singing. Kevin performs music from various artists and genres, from Ed Sheeran to Frank Sinatra, to Chris Stapelton, and much more. He also has experience performing at venues and events such as weddings, receptions, parties, corporate events, and more.
One of the quickest and easiest ways to build trust with prospective clients (before even interacting with them!) is through positive reviews. Reviews communicate reliability and satisfaction and lead to future bookings. While they typically speak for themselves, reviews can be amplified and leveraged to get your business more bookings.
Tips are a way for clients to show satisfaction, appreciation and provide additional compensation to vendors for a job well done. It’s not uncommon for clients to wait until an event is over to provide a tip, but it can also slip their minds while planning the event or during the celebration.
We created this article to provide our vendors with advice on discussing gratuity with clients before events and to help them feel confident doing so.