“We’re getting married!” is often followed by an immense amount of planning that generally lasts a couple of months. Many couples painstakingly sit through appointment after appointment to find the right venue, flavour of cake, bouquets of flowers and so on, but it’s that special day that you’re going to remember for the rest of your life, so it’s worth it in the end!
I will agree that there is a huge amount of planning that goes into a wedding and unforeseen events which can cause anxiety and worries, but it does not have to be a stressful experience. If you set up a planning timeline with your wedding planner of what needs to be sorted out by a specific date, you will have smoother sailing for the duration of your wedding planning. This is because it allows you to see exactly what needs to be done and eases the pressure off of having everything done all at once.
As a wedding planner, it is your job to make sure that the client is kept up-to-date with everything that is going on and you need to keep to time constraints to deliver the best quality possible to keep the couple happy. You need to think of the things that your client may not think about, for example, name tags at tables, electrical outlets for an outdoor wedding, meal serving times and much, much more! It
’s your job to inform the couple of such things so that they do not panic later.
Besides the typical planning that goes into a wedding such as the music, food, guest lists, etc. (and what may be daunting at first) is what to plan for the day of your wedding. There are so many appointments that need to be arranged, some brides and grooms do not know where to start. That is why I am here to help you out!
You need to plan the following with your bride and groom:
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