Lots of couples skip the part where they hire a professional wedding planner thinking that this is more cost effective. Little do they know that the "you'll minimize your expenses by planning your wedding yourself" thing is actually a myth. Then again, having the perfect goes beyond than just getting a wedding planner. There goes the challenge of finding the right one. Here area the things you need to know.
Even though you already have a wedding planner to take charge of the preparations, know that you still hold the stirring wheel of the wedding outcome.
You need to envision how your wedding should look like. Not knowing what you want for the wedding may derail the wedding planning process. In retrospect, having clear expectations will help the wedding planner move forward with the task a lot easier.
Unlike in the past when you have to visit each block to check out different wedding planners, you now have the internet. You have the entire cyberspace to scour for wedding planners.
Take advantage of online reviews to see which ones are the most reliable. You can also take advantage of your cyber resource to look for rates that you can afford.
Call the top three wedding planners you want to consider hiring. Inquire about the services that they offer, as well as their availability to work on your chosen wedding date and their average cost.
Before meeting with the wedding planner, secure materials that will best illustrate what you want to see on your wedding.
It may be a magazine or saved web pages from the internet. This is to make sure that both of you are on the same page.
Don't hire a wedding planner on the spot. Ask for their references. It helps to look at the wedding planners' portfolio. Ask interview questions that focuses on their ability carry out the ideas, negotiate with vendors or, their ability to smoothly transition a wedding event.