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  • Writer's pictureJessyka Minudri

7 Advantages of Hiring a Wedding Planner

Preparing for your wedding is a huge time commitment. Between booking vendors and choosing every element of the décor, couples typically spend hours working out the details of their ceremony and reception. Luckily, you do not have to take on all of that responsibility alone. Whether you are both swamped at work, overwhelmed by the sheer number of decisions you need to make, or simply think a professional can shift through the options better than you can, hiring a wedding planner can help make the process much easier and more enjoyable. Here, seven advantages of bringing in a professional day of coordinator or planner to really make your day special.

They'll take responsibilities off your plate

Wedding-related tasks are sure to eat up a great deal of free time. Between your full-time job and social commitments, you might already feel like you don't have an extra minute to spare. Hiring a wedding planner allows you to hand off those more time-consuming responsibilities to a professional. Your planner can schedule appointments, deal with vendors, and work through the nitty-gritty issues of your day.

You'll get help with budgeting and scheduling

Most couples have a strict wedding budget and timeline they need to adhere to. Your wedding planner will be able to help you get the most for your money and will crunch numbers and score discounts, getting you the best deals. Plus, they'll keep you on schedule, ensuring you cross every to-do off your list in a timely manner.

They have tons of insider knowledge

A wedding planner regularly communicates with florists, caterers, DJs, stationery designers, hair stylists, and photographers. She can recommend the best vendors for your particular celebration, meaning you don't need to spend hours sifting through Google search results. Even better, the wedding planner can potentially negotiate deals you wouldn't get otherwise since they have an ongoing relationship with most local vendors.

They'll help communication with your vendors

Securing a vendor comes with plenty of contracts and paperwork. Luckily, these fundamental details are part of a wedding planner's job description. Expect her to read (and understand!) the fine print, maintaining communication with the vendors and working through any potential issues.

You'll be exposed to new ideas

Most brides-to-be spend hours scrolling through Pinterest and flipping through bridal magazines in search of fresh inspiration. But a planner will have countless brilliant and original ideas for your ceremony and reception, many of which can't be found online. Whether you want a unique centerpiece or memorable dessert spread, she'll brainstorm something that will knock your socks off.

They'll offer advice on tricky situations

What are you supposed to do now that your mom and mother-in-law disagree about bridal shower details? How much should you ask your bridesmaids to pay for their dresses? When should you send out your save-the-dates? A seasoned wedding planner has seen it all, and she'll be able to guide you through any tricky situations that arise during big-day preparations. Some of them will happen behind the scenes, without your knowledge, so you do not have to stress on it!

You'll have tons of big-day assistance

When your wedding day finally comes around, you'll feel great knowing that your planner is taking command of the venue and vendors, coordinating logistics, and ensuring that everything runs smoothly. If any issues arise during the ceremony or reception, she'll be the first one on the scene-and you won't need to worry about anything except enjoying your special day with loved ones.

Our Goal

At the end of the day, a wedding planner will eliminate a lot of unnecessary stress, so you truly enjoy your wedding day. All the pieces are organized and put together by our team. Going into your wedding day knowing your vision will come to life and you won’t have to lift a finger is exactly what you should expect! This is your day, and we are here to make sure it takes your breath away.

Photo and wedding details:

Invitation- Summit & Sage @summit.and.sage

Dress- @amsale @amsaleweddings

Tux- @jcrew

Bow tie/shirt- @reiss

Bride Shoes- @oldgringoboots

His Shoes- @thefryecompany

Hair & Makeup- @hannahelisabethbeauty

Rentals - @ohsochicevebtrentals @44rentalanddesign

Flowers - @bitterrootflowershop

Venue - @triplecreekranch

Photographer -

Planning - @leatherandivoryco

Videographer -

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