Wedding, Meeting & Event Planner Salary in Delaware

The median salary for Wedding Planners & Event Planners in Delaware in 2014 was $61,182 per annum, which is higher than the median planner salary in the US ($57,223) and considerably than the median salary across all industries.

Below is a breakdown of the median salary of wedding planners & event planners in Delaware, the median salary in Delaware and the median Wedding Planner & Event Planner salaries, so you can compare them yourself.

Wedding Planner & Event Planner Salary in Delaware

 HourlyWeeklyMonthlyAnnual
US Median Salary$24.28$971$4,209 $50,502
US Median Wedding/Event Planner Salary$27.50$1,100 $4,769 $57,223
Delaware Median Salary$25.23$1,009 $4,372 $52,468
Delaware Median Wedding/Event Planner Salary$29.43$1,177 $5,099 $61,182

Wedding Planner & Event Planner Salary in Delaware, by City

 HourlyWeeklyMonthlyAnnual
Bear$29.95$1,198$5,192$62,302
Delaware City$29.90$1,196$5,183$62,200
Dover$28.83$1,153$4,996$59,956
Harrington$28.90$1,156$5,010$60,118
Lewes$28.85$1,154$5,002$60,030
Middletown$29.85$1,194$5,176$62,110
Milford$29.03$1,161$5,030$60,359
New Castle$30.00$1,200$5,200$62,403
Newark$30.13$1,205$5,220$62,640
Rehoboth Beach$28.68$1,147$4,971$59,657
Seaford$28.78$1,151$4,990$59,876
Wilmington$30.08$1,203$5,211$62,536

Salary Range for Wedding Planners & Event Delaware

 Low 10%MedianHigh 10%
Bear$45,326 $62,302 $82,807
Delaware City$45,351 $62,200 $82,182
Dover$43,362 $59,956 $78,804
Harrington$43,793 $60,118 $79,849
Lewes$43,451 $60,030 $79,110
Middletown$45,363 $62,110 $82,305
Milford$44,024 $60,359 $79,971
New Castle$45,518 $62,403 $82,278
Newark$45,515 $62,640 $82,866
Rehoboth Beach$43,436 $59,657 $78,744
Seaford$43,642 $59,876 $79,002
Wilmington$45,403 $62,536 $82,388

Note: Lowest 10% is the lowest 10% salaries (so 1 in 10 planners will earn this or less), highest 10% is the highest 10% of salaries (so 1 in 10 planners earn more this or more). The Median/middle value is the middle of the range. i.e. if you asked 100 planners their salary and ranked from highest to lowest, 10 would be less than the low number, 10 would be more than the high number and person number 50 would earn the middle number (with half more and half less than them).