March 29, 2017
You’re getting married this year but haven’t hired a wedding planner. Is it too late to start working with someone now? My answer: NO! It’s not too late at all. You have enjoyed the planning process and wanted to handle most of it yourself and so far, so good. You have been able to make your major decisions and take care of contracting your favorite vendors. But now you’re looking for a little extra support, someone to pass on the nitty gritty details to execute.
Even though you have the major components, you might be struggling to pull the design details together. Or conversely you have a clear vision of your day but want to make sure you have the physical elements to bring your vision to life and to communicate it properly to your vendors. You might be looking for some advice on stationary, your wedding day timeline, vendor management, or other wedding weekend events.
The last few weeks before a wedding can be chaotic – the vendor communication alone will take hours of time out of your busy schedule. Making sure you have the details communicated to your vendors, bridal party, guests, and family can increase the stress during an already stressful time in you and your soon-to-be spouse’s lives.
If you are on the fence about how a wedding planner can help you leading up to your wedding, let’s chat! I love talking with brides about how we can help reduce stress, free up your precious time, and allow you to completely enjoy the exciting time leading up to your special day. And of course, we’ll create a completely flawless weekend that you will remember for a lifetime.
One Special Day by Kelly Strong Events still has availability for month-of coordination for 2019 available. If you would like to learn more about our month-of packages, stop by!
On the other hand, it’s never too early to start working with a planner. If you’re looking for a full-service planner for 2019 or 2020, it’s always a good idea to book your favorite vendors as soon as possible. Long engagements are common so couple’s are making sure their preferred vendors are locked and loaded.
Hop over here or send an email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org with a bit of information about what you’re looking for. I would love to meet you to discuss just how we can help 🙂