Ease Your Wedding Troubles; Hire a Wedding Planner

At Wedding Arcade, we aim to make wedding planning a breeze for you! As experienced wedding planners, we have seen many couples make mistakes and quarrel over unnecessary stuff. That’s why we’ve created this website to help new couples plan for their big day!

Let’s start off with the following featured article we’ve written for this month!

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If you’re obsessing too much about the details of your wedding that the fun factor is slowly leaving the equation, maybe it’s high time that you considered on hiring a wedding planner. A wedding planner is fully capable of taking over the preparations leading to your big day, and will be able to ensure that the day itself goes as planned.

Since her experience with such a service is relatively extensive, she may also have many connections with regards to the elements of your wedding, allowing her to pull some strings to your benefit.

A wedding planner can offer much ease in your preparations, particularly because she has a concrete timeline in place. This pinpoints which details should be taken care of at certain times (such as when to send out invites and place the order for flowers), and the adjustments which may be arranged for possible setbacks. You’re budget is also kept in constant consideration, and she will be able to come up with a realistic breakdown of expenses. Since she is used to this field, she can competently negotiate for prices and discount offers in an attempt to provide you with the best services at the most affordable prices.

A wedding planner handles all the details of your wedding, from the aisle walk to the cutting of the cake. She’ll ensure that the flowers, decorations, favors and even the wedding cake fit in perfectly to your theme, and all within your set price range. The guests are also well accounted for; from the accommodations to the reception menu, their meal preferences are considered in complement to yours.

Get to know your wedding planner first before you consider on hiring her. Ask about her experience with the service, how long she’s been involved in it and how many events she’s previously handled. Verify her references, and find out her reputation with the vendors. It’s also a good idea to attend any of the events which she’s currently into in order to get first-hand knowledge of her work.

Once you make up your mind on employing her services, make sure that the fee is agreed upon in advance, and in black and white. Wedding planners either earn their fees through kick backs from endorsed vendors, through a percentage of the set wedding budget (usually 15 to 20 percent), or through flat-rates which determines the work hours which she may dedicate to specific concerns.

If you have concerns regarding which payment option would suit your situation best, don’t worry because most wedding planners usually adjust the methods to your preferences, and may combine any of the payment schemes to suit your needs. If you are planning on having a grand wedding with a large budget to boot, the percentage system is recommended, since there are plenty of preparations to get into, and the planner needs all the time to tend to them.

If you’re going for more intimate arrangements, flat-rates would give you more mileage, since the task isn’t that demanding, and less time is needed to prepare for the event. You’ll find that a wedding planner can save you a lot of trouble in your preparations, and with the relative affordability of their services, the added crunch in your wedding budget is well worth it in the long run, all things considered.

We hoped this helped!

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