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Like anything in life, you get what you pay for, and this is true especially when it comes to wedding vendors. Let’s use traveling for an example. Perhaps you’ll splurge on a first class ticket to Paris for a special occasion like your honeymoon, but for a quick trip to see your family, a coach ticket is just fine. Planning your wedding is one of the most special and exciting seasons of life, and the vendors you choose can make or break that experience. I believe that the first decision you should make is hiring a planner, considering that is the vendor you will spend most of your time with them throughout your engagement season.
I adopt the concept of quality over quantity, personally and professionally. I don’t have a billion items of clothing, but the wardrobe I do have is full of quality pieces that last a long time (confession: I’m slightly obsessed with shoes!). And though budget is one of our main focuses when planning any event, we cannot sacrifice the integrity of any event (big or small) by hiring a low-quality vendor, but don’t get discouraged! There are always excellent options at different price points.
Expertise, industry connection, professionalism, reputation and style are all important when choosing your wedding planner. Your investment in an experienced planner on any capacity will be money well spent, I promise! So, my professional suggestion is not to skimp on your coordinator.
Helpful tips when searching for wedding planners:
Consider response time when you start connecting with planners. We have a 48 hour promise outside of weekends and believe that is industry standard.
We book several weddings from former client’s referrals. Don’t feel like you have to hire the same planner your bestie used! I encourage you to hire the planner you really want.
Questions to ask when consulting with wedding planners:
Do you have a staff?
How many weddings per weekend and year do you take?
What is your experience level?
Do you do this full-time?