“Once in a while, right in the middle of an ordinary life, love gives us a fairytale” – Unknown Author
It’s often shocking the amount of couples who get to the final phase of planning their wedding and say “If we’d have known it was going to be so stressful we would have paid someone to do it for us”.
I’m not saying that a wedding planner is for everyone as some couples have the most amazing fun designing and executing the biggest day of their lives. But what happens if you don’t want anything to do with the plans, have no clue where to start or simply have too many things to juggle aside from wedding planning? I think it’s important for people to know that there are various options and levels of support that you can hire from a wedding planner and it’s not all or nothing. You might be looking for ad-hoc support as and when you need it, on the day support if you don’t have a coordinator (or a coordinator worth their salt) or simply an initial design consultation or budget support. Don’t forget, wedding planning is a full-time job so asking for the help of an expert simply allows you to maintain your hectic life throughout the planning stages.