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Planning a wedding is no small task. It can be overwhelming from the moment you get engaged. I’ve noticed throughout the years that couples tend to enjoy planning when they:
The way I see it: you can either go to bed every night stressed, or excited for your wedding. (And let’s be honest, stress doesn’t help your wedding prep health plan!) So, because I love seeing happy couples enjoy their planning process, I’m sharing some insider advice on how to create and maintain amazing working relationships with your vendors.
Every couple deserves coordination assistance on their wedding day. One of the best benefits of hiring a wedding planner before you begin planning is that a planner will serve as your main point of contact throughout the entire wedding process, acting as your personal liaison between you and vendors. This will save you:
You will cultivate positive working relationships throughout your engagement season when you communicate clearly and specifically with each person involved. By doing so, all parties involved will be on the same page, and will lead to healthy discussions about what you need and expect from every company you hire.
Our team is constantly researching the best vendors in different areas, so I understand the time and energy it takes to sift through dozens of vendors to find the one you clique with. As you’re inquiring and chatting with potential vendors, I urge you to chat clearly about:
For example, many of our couples have demanding jobs and lives, and when they are upfront with us at the very beginning what they are looking for specifically in a planner, then we are able to best serve them throughout their process. Some couples like us to take the reigns on just about everything and act as the main decision-maker, as others like to be more involved in the fine details of their wedding.
Respond to follow-ups. You never know when a vendor is willing to negotiate. Additionally, every vendor needs some healthy feedback, so tell them why you chose a different vendor.