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Who is Wedding Planner?

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The Wedding Planner is your Dream Maker.

  • A wedding planner is a professional who assists with the design, planning, and management of a client’s wedding.
  • Weddings are significant events in people’s lives and as such, couples are often willing to spend a considerable amount of money to ensure that their weddings are well-organized.
  • Wedding planners are often used by couples who work long hours and have little spare time available for sourcing and managing wedding venues and wedding suppliers.
  • Professional wedding planners are based worldwide but the industry is the largest in the USA, India, Western Europe and China.
  • Planners generally charge either a percentage of the total wedding cost or a flat fee.
  • Planners are also popular with couples planning a destination wedding, where the documentation and paperwork can be complicated.
  • Any country where a wedding is held requires different procedures depending on the nationality of each the bride and the groom.

Services:

The services of a wedding planner may include:

  • Discuss the couple and parents to identify their needs.
  • Preparation of the budget
  • 3d Design and style of the event
  • Scouting locations
  • Photoshoots
  • Planning a detailed checklist (about a year in advance for a few days after the wedding)
  • Preparation of the list of participants
  • Identification of venues for events (hotels, party house, ceremony, church, temples etc.)
  • Identification and contracting of wedding professionals and service providers (suppliers, photographers, videographers, beauticians, florists, sweets, buffet, drinks, etc.) and contract preparation and execution.
  • Acquisition of custom decorations, such as a travel map
  • Coordination of deliveries/services on the wedding day.
  • Have a backup plan in the event of a disaster.
  • Manages programming, often with software.
  • Help and prepare legal documentation and translations – especially for destination weddings.
  • Event layout indicating the location of the dance floor, buffet points, tables, chairs, lounges, etc.
  • Event briefing for all suppliers (Contact the wedding week vendors for details and schedules)
  • Coordinating wedding day, conference and pre-event assembly follow-up

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