Has anyone come up with a creative way to let guests know about the rules of a venue. The bride and groom in most contracts are responsible for the behavior of their guests, but as a Wedding Planner…Continue
Started Apr 8, 2012
This is something that bugs me the more I think about it. It seems unprofessional to me. I hear of wedding vendors who will tell their clients, "Don't hire a Wedding Coordinator, we will do all of…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Janis Flagg May 25, 2012.
Do you think they can be proficient enough at both even with an assistant? I'm thinking that they are 2 separate arts and would wonder if videography might just be an afterthought. Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Diane Konstantopoulos Feb 9, 2012.
In my region, I have found that most attendees at bridal shows tend to be the type of bride who doesn't feel a need for a Wedding Coordinator. I'm thinking of having a booth at the annual Women's…Continue
Started Aug 11, 2011
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Let Me See Your Ring! Good job! Then What?
The Chicken or the Egg Syndrome!
There's no denying that this is first phase of being engaged. What's next?
These are the top 3 things that come next not particularly in this order.
1. Choosing the date.
2. Buying a wedding dress.
3. Finding a venue.
1. When you should choose the date…
Posted on December 31, 2012 at 2:53pm
You Might Need a Wedding Planner If:
Posted on April 29, 2012 at 3:40am
I will be up front about this. I have never been a fan of long engagements solely for the purpose of planning a wedding. In some cases, it is like prolonging agony. Agony as in money spent and time invested. Just like a small budget, a shortened period of time can help keep your focus on what is most important to you and help you sweat genius!
There are so many hidden costs to having a long engagement financially and emotionally. A short engagement will decrease the amount of…Continue
Posted on December 11, 2010 at 4:33pm