We all know how stressful it can be to plan a dream wedding. This is why many brides choose to go with a wedding planner to help handle all the small details. Hiring a wedding planner can make your day go by flawlessly, but you do not want to be a hassle to your wedding planner. So here are some secrets wedding planners won’t tell you in order for you to make their job easier.
1. Don’t try too hard, or else it may look tacky.
You don’t want to go overboard with the decorations and proclamations of love everywhere. Keeping it simple can make a bigger impact than if you go crazy with engraved invitations, getting a groom’s cake, or not including personal touches.
2. Go with simple colors.
From your wedding linen rentals, to your chairs and tent accessories, going with simple plan colors will open up your space and make it more streamlined. Keep all of your wedding rental supplies plain and simple, and then use pops of color within the flowers and centerpieces to really make a statement.
3. Focus on the important details. Not many people will notice that you have painstakingly crafted a place card holder or that your wedding cake topper is a replica of your faces. They will notice that the food is warm and delicious, that there are enough chairs to sit on, and that the music is great to dance to. All of these extras really add up, and you can put that money towards your dress or honeymoon.
4. Have a vision, but do not expect a specific image.
It is important to realize that while online photos can offer a source of inspiration for your day, it is completely unrealistic to expect a specific image. First of all, your wedding rental supplies may differ due to what is available, and your wedding planner may not be able to fit certain details into your venue. When meeting with your planner, bring some pictures so they can get a general feel for what you are going for, but expect some changes.
At the end of the day, the wedding planner knows best. Trust them with your day, and you will not have anything to worry about.
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