Some people say you shouldn't mix business and pleasure but I'm more from the "If you find a job you love you'll never do a day's work" school of thought.
So what kind of job would that be? Well, every woman - even the ones who will deny it - has dreamt about her wedding day. From the dress to the flowers and the cake to the invite list - every woman deserves the wedding of her dreams.
That's where wedding planning comes in. These things don't come together by themselves. And no bride, no matter how super she might be, can do it on her own.
Those of us who enjoy parties, events, romance, pretty things or even lists and organising are cut out for a career in wedding planning. And no, we don't have to rely on intensive study of Jennifer Lopez in The Wedding Planner to learn the ins and outs of great wedding planning - there are courses dedicated to helping loved-up couples plan their big day.
While we're on the topic of study, business courses are a great way to get a handle on everything else there is to know to really make a go of our new career in wedding planning.
Business courses can cover everything from book keeping and tax to overheads and online marketing. The skills we pick up by completing business courses are useful for more than just a career in wedding planning; they're relevant to a wide range of careers including finance, real estate, sales and marketing.
If the thought of TAFE or University is daunting, there's good news. Well respected registered training organisations are harnessing the power of the internet to deliver business courses online, letting you study whenever, where ever. That means those of us who are a little bit nervous about striking out on our own without a solid grasp of what owning our own business might entail can fit study around our existing jobs, to keep the money coming in while we complete business courses that will give us the knowledge and confidence to run a successful business.
It's equally useful if you're raring to get your business underway. Learn as you go, fitting study online toward business courses around your wedding planning work - getting better as you go along.
Here's to the bride, the groom and the wedding planner who made it all possible!