“Party Planning by Deborah” might be descriptive and entirely appropriate for some situations, but “Deb’s Delightful Events” makes a more personal impact and sounds more upbeat.
On the other hand, avoid overly descriptive names that are as difficult for people to remember as vague ones.
Also, remember that some words ring more positive than others.
It is often best to choose positive words over neutral ones.
I always had an interest in technology and my experience in writing was easily adaptable to other subjects.
So after a period of searching, I discovered Capterra, and subsequently, an enjoyment in writing about event management software. The same goes for those looking to start their own event planning business.
Naming a business can be one of the most stressful aspects of beginning a new venture.
Because the name is often the first impression and appears on every piece of marketing material for the company, it’s important to choose something that clearly explains what you do and matches your style.
Would trust your only car to an uncertified, tentative mechanic to replace its engine?
If not, then why should someone trust you with their events if you have no professional experience or certifications of your own?