About Part-Time Wedding Jobs

November 18, 2015 at 9:22 am Leave a comment

Make some extra money and help make dreams come true with a part-time wedding job. From college student to retirees, there is a part-time wedding position available for those who love weddings and also make a great starting point for those interested in exploring business potential in the wedding industry. Part-time, temporary or seasonal wedding employees are often paid hourly or per wedding. The wedding industry offers a variety of interesting and exciting part-time positions. Read on for more information about part-time wedding jobs.

Wedding Singer

Share your love of music by singing for couples at their wedding ceremony or reception. No formal education is required but a large repertoire of songs and vocal training may prove useful, increase your opportunities and enhance your performance ability.


Provide musical performances during the wedding ceremony and at the reception as a musician. Proficiency with your instrument of choice is a requirement. Expect to play many different pieces of wedding music before during and after the ceremony.


Serve drinks to wedding guests in your part-time role as bartender. Possess the ability to create and mix a number of common cocktails such as martinis, cosmopolitans, mimosas, Bellinis and mojitos. Part-time wedding bartenders may also consult and create signature drinks for the soon-to-be wed couple’s wedding.


Capture unforgettable moments as a part-time wedding photographer. Be prepared and know how to use essential equipment such as camera, lenses, tripod, computer and editing software. Take photographs of the ceremony, family and friends and reception activities.


Servers work at weddings by waiting on tables at the reception. Duties may include setting out linens and tablecloths, setting flatware, filling drinks, serving food and clearing the table. No formal training is required.


Create wedding feasts for a couples getting married. Plan your meals according to your specific catering specialty. Make menus for dinner, dessert and what to drink and order enough ingredients and supplies to cook sufficient quantities for the celebration

Cake Baker

Bake the sweetest piece-de-resistance otherwise known as the wedding cake in your role as cake baker. Basic duties include consulting with couples on the type of

cake they would like for their wedding, gathering ingredients, baking, decorating and delivering the finished product to the wedding reception site.

Valet Attendant

Supplement your income with a part-time position as a wedding valet attendant. Valet requirements include possessing a valid driver’s license and proficiency at driving a wide range of vehicles. Duties include parking and retrieving vehicles for wedding guests.

Exhibit at the Great Bridal Expo, the nation’s longest-running national bridal show — nearly 40 years in business featuring both national and local area businesses with the latest in wedding trends. Exhibit to meet with the couples, brides, friends, families and wedding planners who attend who are in need of your business’ product or service. The many benefits for exhibitors include high-quality venues, a comprehensive bridal show marketing plan, complete contact database, post-show advertising and the opportunity to present your business to the wedding market.

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