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How to Choose and Work with Wedding Vendors, Professionals and Service Providers
First Article in the Series.
Contributed by Nily Glaser of A-wedding Day
Copyrights © 2004 All Rights Reserved Nily Glaser
information about planning their weddings. The typical
inquiry is as follows. "We just got engaged. What do we do now?
Where do we begin?" Well, weddings are very personal and each
has its own unique character. It is very difficult to list every possible
scenario but the basics are the style of wedding, the size, the budget
involved, the location and of course the bride and groom choices
and their personalities.
the wedding theme etc... that reflect their personalities and
interests. Some couples hire a wedding planner, some rely
on the experience of friends and family, but most opt to plan
their wedding by themselves. The wedding day is only part of
the term wedding as a whole. Wedding as it will be referred to
in this article, includes the preparations for, and the activities
following the big day, including the honeymoon.
So, you got engaged and are looking forward with anticipation,
to your dream wedding but do not know where to start and what
to do. You are not alone! This article is dedicated to the many
engaged couples facing this dilemma and those who want to be
focused. It is very important that both of you, bride and groom,
start planning your wedding as soon after the engagement
This allows you to:
You need to choose your priorities first and write down everything that is very important - urgent, less important - allows for flexibility and least important - most adaptable for changes and compromises. For example:
Having prioritized, put together your wedding information and a list of questions and requests to present to the vendor or service provider.
pick up the phone and set appointments. Schedule your appointments
by PRIORITY. So, if a specific person or company's participation at the
wedding is required, you should contact them FIRST to find out when
they have an opening. If the date is a priority you need to focus on
securing an officiant, and a location for the ceremony and the reception,
and so on. Do not limit your search to wedding specific service providers
such as wedding consultants, caterers, florists, DJs and/or musicians,
photographers, ceremony and reception sites and videographers, who
also provide services to other types of parties, business events, conventions
etc... may be open to negotiations. You may able to secure their services
at a reduced rates or receive a free gift.
a price quote for a party. Give the service providers the basic information
including number of guests, date, and hours requested and ask for a quote.
When you arrive at the interview, with the price quote in hand, let them
know that the party is a wedding. Do not, however, commit until you
have accumulated at least a few bids and found the person(s) you interviewed
accommodating and easy to work with. Oh, yes! one more thing you need
to do before booking any of your vendors. Check them out at the
Better Business Bureau to make sure no complaints have been filed
against them. Once you made your choice, do not look for other
alternatives or you'll drive yourselves crazy. Instead go on to the next
detail that requires your attention.
Go to each interview ready with your questions and information neatly written.
Bring a pen and paper and take notes at meetings with the different wedding professionals, service providers and wedding vendors. These notes serve as
a fun keepsake too.
Here you'll find a wide selection of wedding gifts,
bridal accessories, supplies, and favors at affordable prices.
Use the money you save on other aspects
of your wedding.
For articles regarding working with specific vendors, professionals and service providers, and other articles by Nily Glaser, go to Articles Have fun!
Copyrights © 2004 All Rights Reserved Nily Glaser.
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