Destination Planning Course from World’s Top Planner

Lindsay Landman is one of the top wedding planners in the world, according to Vogue. She also happens to be a good friend of mine. So it is with great pleasure that I want to share that Lindsay will be teaching a course on Destination Wedding Planning at the Event Leadership Institute starting this December.

Her 15-year-old firm Lindsay Landman Events produces high-caliber, innovative events across the globe. She has become a go-to media source, featured everywhere from New York Magazine to Martha Stewart Weddings to the Style Network. You can find her tips on how to get publicity in the wedding industry in my interview with her here.

Lindsay Landman


If you’re thinking of doing destination wedding planning, I highly recommend checking out her course! You will learn best practices for destination wedding planning including:

  • Managing intense logistics
  • Tips for sourcing and vetting vendors
  • Communicating with your long-distance team
  • Creative ways to incorporate local culture
  • Navigating legalities and infrastructure challenges
  • Perfect time management
  • And much, much more!

Lindsay will also share videos from the most popular wedding destinations: Mexico, Italy and Hawaii.

Planning by Lindsay Landman Events. Photo by Allan Zepeda

Planning by Lindsay Landman Events. Photo by Allan Zepeda

Lindsay’s course is a great investment in your business. Not to mention that education is a great end of the year tax write-off. In fact, I think it’s the best Christmas present you could get for yourself!

Here are the details you need:

What: Destination Wedding Planning with Lindsay Landman

Where: online at Events Leadership Institute

When: 5-week course starts Dec. 6, 2016

Cost: $595 (by Nov. 15)


Happy learning!

Sasha Vasilyuk is the founder of I Do PR and an award-winning journalist who has covered travel, culture and business for Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, San Francisco Chronicle and others.

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