5 REASONS WHY YOU NEED A PLANNER FOR YOUR WEDDING
Have you been to a wedding where everything seemed to magically happen? The bride and groom are blissfully enjoying their day and you're looking in awe thinking "This is incredible!"
Are you planning a wedding and feeling stressed about the actual day turning out like your friend’s wedding?
This is where a wedding planner comes in. They wear a lot of hats, but on your wedding day they are walking around, ensuring everything is in place, that guests needs are met, and that vendors are in the right spot.
Here are 5 reasons you need a wedding planner for your big day.
A Preferred Vendor List
When it comes to planning a wedding, this is a new experience for you. A planner has been a part of many weddings and they usually will have a list of vendors they trust to be professional, deliver a quality service or product, and work well together. A planner has cultivated relationships with the vendors you need for your wedding and you can rest assured that they will work together with you to create your dream day.
It’s All In The Details
Your wedding has many details that your planner will be able to manage. From your timeline to the personal touches in your detail shots, you will not have anything missed with a planner at the helm. A planner will look at the whole picture of your wedding and find any issues, organize them, and bring them to your attention if needed. They will make sure that you have ordered the correct linens and that you have time for all the photos you want.
Real Life Designs
If you’re a bride and don’t have a Pinterest board, get one right now. Then, bear in mind that a Pinterest wedding may not even be an actual wedding - many are styled shoots! They can be both expensive and a lot of work. Your planner will help you to manage all the decisions you need to make about what you want your wedding to look like, the vibe, and the most important design elements to you. A planner will have past weddings to draw ideas and examples from to help you visualize your space.
On your big day, you should be focused on your people, your person, and creating core memories. A wedding planner will work with you on your "day of" timeline, coordinate with your vendors, and be the point of contact for any mishaps, questions, or needs. Your wedding planner should be "in the know" on all aspects of your wedding and be able to handle everything that happens.