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From Small to Large – Things to Consider

“We are just having a small wedding. We don’t need any help.”“We don’t have the budget for a Wedding Planner.” Have you said or thought this? It doesn’t matter how big or small your small your wedding will be, all the same things happen. Just think, on your wedding day:
  • Will you have time to coordinate the florist, caterer and photographer?
  • Will you be in the one in charge of all the fine details?
Your wedding begins months before the “big day” and doesn’t end until someone turns off the lights at the end of the day.
Based on my experience, the most hectic time of a wedding begins 3-4 days before the ceremony. The ceremony can be the easiest portion of a wedding.  Most of the things you plan occur at the reception or after party. In most cases, there are details to handle after the wedding.
The only way to ensure that your dream day is all that you imagined, is to have a professional to make sure this happens.

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