What is a Wedding Planner… And Do “I” Need One?

Posted by on Oct 25, 2012 in Wedding Etiquette Tips | 3 comments

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by  Nishaka Proctor

So what exactly is a wedding planner? She (or he) plans, organizes, and manages wedding details, or assists in the planning of weddings on a professional basis.

7 Reasons Why you need a Wedding Planner

  1. There are endless details to arrange, many logistics to organize, several vendors to hire, schedules, time-lines and budgets to manage.
  2. A professional wedding planner is a wealth of creative ideas.
  3. She has a great vendors to work with and they are willing to provide the best value to her Brides.
  4. She knows how to trouble-shoot when the need does arise.
  5. She’s an organized, people person with a desire for detail, and a superb sense of style.
  6. She is the bride’s advocate, her counselor, and her buddy, all rolled into one.
  7. She knows how to handle the process and people with TLC and still deliver with military precision!

 

3 Comments

  1. I appreciate the help you are giving Kayla and Jeff so very much!! Having you to insure the details are all taken care of is such a blessing. I know that it will be even more of a blessing as the date gets closer and Kayla can enjoy the process of wedding planning instead of being concerned that anything was left undone. I love your approach and your organizational system! Thanks for all you do!

    • Thanks so much Diane! Kayla and Jeff are wonderful!

  2. Feel free to email me at info@eventsbynishaka.com.

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