The next step is probably one of the MOST important ones I can recommend and it’s not because I am one…but because I was a site manager for 10 years before starting my company 3 years ago.  As a venue manager, I could tell you all of the things that went terribly wrong without a planner or coordinator but instead I want to rave about how venues react when they find out we’re going to be on site the day of the wedding:
“YAY, we’re looking forward to working with your team.”
“You guys always leave things better than when you arrive.”
“Goody Gum Drops!”
“We encourage our coupls to use you guys and glad when they do!”

·         Book a wedding planner or at least a day of coordinator (they will help guide you through all the next steps and hopefully remove any stress in the planning)

o   As a wedding specialist and special events coordinator, I’d like the opportunity to share with you how our extensive knowledge and experience enables us to propose creative and cost-effective events, tailor-made to your vision, budget and special day.

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 ·         Attend a wedding show and/or an open house to give you an overview of the wedding industry.  Sometimes vendors will offer special rates during the show and you never know you could even win a great door prize (not a honeymoon if you check out a pot and pans presentation). 

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