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How to Choose a Wedding Planner Finding the right wedding planner often takes a little effort, but watching the wedding of your dreams come through makes all the homework worthwhile. Here are tips to help you cut down on any stress that may come with looking, and find a planner you will absolutely love. Do Your Research Visit your potential planners’ websites for snapshots of recent weddings they’ve managed to help narrow down your list of options. , have a cohesive look, and is there a common feel and style that the weddings share? This likely reflects what the planner has the most experience with, so decide if it’s something you want. Also, find information about the planning services they offer, the clients they’ve worked with in the past, industry awards and membership in professional associations.
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Call your top three or four picks and ask them about their pricing, availability, and the average cost of the weddings they plan. If their answers suit your budget as well as your vision, set up a meeting with each of them. Preparing for the Initial Meeting ) that will help you create a more accurate picture of how you want your wedding to be. During your meeting, ask them about events they’ve handled and observe their personalities. Think you can have a harmonious and productive working relationship with them? Tell them about your favorite colors or flowers and pay attention to they respond. Enthusiasm is important. Calling Their Past Clients Don’t be pressured to hire any planner on the spot. Spend time calling their past clients, making sure to ask questions like: > How closely did they adhere to your budget? > Can you email me pictures from your wedding? This is an effective way checking the planner’s general consistency and professionalism. Planners’ portfolios are stuffed with their best work, and, certainly, they’ll refer you to couples they know were satisfied with their work, so look online for other real weddings they’ve handled as well. > Was the wedding just as you wanted it to be? > Did they respond quickly to your emails or phone calls, and was it nice working with them? > What did your guests have to say about how the wedding was handled? > Were there any issues, and how were they resolved? Sealing the Deal Take your time comparing quotes, impressions, notes and formal proposals (planners must draft their general vision for your wedding as well as their intended services in the form of a written proposal, which will then be the basis for drafting your contract). The moment you’ve found your planner, call them and tell them you are interested and waiting for a contract.