Planning a wedding is a major undertaking that can lead to stress and unhappiness for the soon to be married couple. Many people think that there are no benefits to hiring a wedding planner, and that it is a luxury reserved for those with money to burn. This is purely a myth however, and these four reasons will show you why hiring a wedding planner is a good idea.
Since wedding planners are often seen as another wedding expense, most people are not aware that you can actually save a lot of money by hiring one. The truth is though, that wedding planners have access to special industry discounts with florists, caterers, bands, and almost every other service that you will need for your wedding.
A wedding planner also knows all of the options that are available to you, including the ones that may not be well known, which means they can find you a better deal on almost anything you might need. The information and discounts that a planner can provide, can easily shave 10-20 percent off of your wedding costs, more than making them worth the money.
The only thing that might be better than a wedding planner saving you money, is the fact that they save you time. They can line up viewings, trials, and rehearsals at the drop of a hat, and all you will need to do is show up and make the decisions. They can also help you to make hard decisions or suggest colors and themes when you are stumped. There business is weddings, and their goal is to make yours the best it can be.
Wedding planners tend to be well organized, and they can instantly give you the information that you need regarding anything you might need to know about your wedding. They can help to keep you calm and stress free. Without the stress, you can stand back and enjoy the process of planning the minute details of your wedding.
Many people also put off hiring a wedding planner because they believe that they will have no say in the wedding preparations. This is only a myth though, and the truth is that a wedding planner only makes arrangements and suggestions, the decisions are completely yours to make though. In fact, it is likely that during this planning period of your marriage, you and your wedding planner will grow to be close friends.