Do You Need a Wedding Planner?
Are You Occupied with Your Career?
Both you and your fiancé are the jet setting couple. Your boss wants you to fly at a drop of an email. Both of you hardly can squeeze a date for yourself on weekends, let alone sit down to discuss wedding plans.
Huge Amount of Research Daunt You
There are so many vendors out there! Photographers, videographers, bakeries, makeup artists, florists, catering, choir, music band, bridal studios… You are tearing your hair out just thinking about it. Not to fret, the wedding planner’s job is to understand your personality and your preference, she or he will pick out the top selection for you to choose.
Overwhelming Social Life
The moment you announced that you are engaged, all of the sudden, you get an invitation to luncheon and dinner from friends and family whom you might not have spoken for a long time. They all want to know about your new beau and your friends all want to have a piece of you before you turned un-single.
If both your family and his have their expectations on the wedding, it is best to leave it to the professionals to smooth the nerves. Never do you want to be stuck in between your mother who wants pink carnation and your future mother-in-law who loves pink roses.
Keeping to Your Budget
One key advantage of having a wedding planner is to have him or her to watch your budget. A good planner will work around an agreed budget and get the best for you. Plus you will be tapping into the wedding planner’s unlimited knowledge and networks in the industry to get you the best discount there is on the market.