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Bell Curve


You just finished planning your very first wedding, and it may well be your last. True, no wedding is perfect, but this may have been the only one where a stripper jumped out of the wedding cake.


You have been slowly building your portfolio, and vendors are starting to recommend your services to clients.Your schmoozing skills are definitely on the rise.


You are regularly planning about 10 weddings a year. Business is growing. So is your mid-section, from all those cake tastings.


You are the go-to wedding planner for your region. You couldn't have asked more out of your career, but you do miss being able to just go to the pool, lay out, and relax once in a while during the summer. The closest you've come in the last six years is helping to give a particularly needy bride a Himalayan salt bath.


Glorious success. You've helped over 20 brides go down the aisle this season. Now for your own love life!