Wedding Planning Checklists
Oct 7, 2012
If your just starting your journey into the world of wedding planning, you may have tons of questions and not know where to begin. If you’ve already started your guest list, have a general idea of how many people will attend and know the date you want to get married – the next step is to start interviewing your reception and ceremony locations before you start booking your vendors.
This process can be quite overwhelming – so much so that many brides become a “bitch” to their friends, family and even fiancé - or as affectionately known in the wedding industry, they become a “bridezilla”. You can be in control and be the Boss without being bitchy, by knowing in advance exactly what you want, what you can afford and most of all, knowing the right questions to ask your vendors.
Don’t waste your time or your vendor’s time by booking an appointment and arriving without knowing what to ask or what you are looking for. Approach every vendor with a plan in mind. Your time is as valuable as there’s and a well prepared bride is a pleasure to work with. Don’t be afraid to go to them with visuals of what you are looking for and an open mind to see what they have creatively designed. And while you’re happily dreaming of your perfect wedding you may forget to ask some important questions, so show that not only you are the Bride but the Boss too, by being well prepared and printing out our 10 Wedding Vendor Checklists - consisting of vendor specific questions every bride should print out and take with them when wedding planning.
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