5 Signs Your Wedding Needs a Planner

5 Signs Your Wedding Needs a Planner

Photographer: Bri Enoch Photography

Do I Need a Wedding Planner?

Whether you are engaged and getting married now, or will be soon, a really important part of the wedding planning process for you to consider is hiring a Coordinator or a Planner!  A question that we get all the time from our brides is often in regard to what package is going to be the best fit for them.  We have provided a breakdown below to help differentiate between Coordinators’ and Planners’ responsibilities.  Wildflower has also come up with 5 signs that your wedding could use a Planner! 

Month-Of Coordinator

You will get:

– Two personal planning meetings (Initial Planning Meeting & Final Planning Meeting)

– Discuss Vision/Theme of the big day

– Create/Assist with Floor Plan

– Create/Assist with Event Timeline

– Finalize all details with wedding vendors

– On-site through: Rehearsal, Set up, Ceremony Coordination, Reception Coordination, Breakdown

Exclusive Wedding Planner

You will get:

  • – Attendance of all Vendor Meetings 
  • Budget Planning
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– Create/Assist with Floor Plan

– Create/Assist with Event Timeline

– Design/ Vision planning

– Access to an Assistant Coordinator

– Finalize details with all wedding vendors

– On-site through: Rehearsal, Set up, Ceremony Coordination, Reception Coordination, Breakdown 

5 Signs Your Wedding Needs a Planner

If You’re Getting Married! 

This may seem obvious but many people think that if they have gone to a lot of weddings, they know everything there is to know about the planning process.  However, it is hard to know and tell what all planning a wedding truly entails until you are walking through it yourself.  There are so many fine details, contracts, timelines, phone calls and emails just to start.  (We love it!  But not all brides have time to juggle all of this in their day-to-day lives.)  If you want to be able to truly enjoy all aspects of your big day and remove some stress considering a Coordinator or a Planner is a must! 

If You Have a Full-time Job!

Busy busy brides, we are here for you! If you don’t have a full-time job and have more hours to be able to dump into the wedding planning experience, you can definitely get away with a Month-Of Coordination Package! However, if you have a full-time job that you need to remain your primary focus, considering the Exclusive Wedding Planning Package could be a really big relief for you!

If You're From Out of Town!

Chattanooga, Nashville and Atlanta are all very rich in wedding vendors!  If you are an out-of-town bride considering one of these cities for your wedding destination, you should definitely consider hiring a Coordinator or a Planner as they will be able to provide you the best recommendations and deals for vendors due to their already existing and strong relationships! 

Photographer: Bri Enoch Photography

Photographer: Bri Enoch Photography

If You're a Procrastinator!

This is a point that takes a little bit of self-awareness, but is a necessary trait to evaluate about yourself as you enter the wedding planning process! If this applies to you, hiring a Planner is the way to go!  Have an Exclusive Planner could help to keep you on track with meeting dates, contracts, and all things leading up to the big day!

If You Want to Have a Fun-filled Wedding Day!

Who doesn’t want to have a wedding day where all they have to focus on is the bliss? We don’t know anyone who doesn’t want that! Planning a wedding is a really big project with so many different moving parts! Hiring a Coordinator or a Planner can truly help you to have a reduced-stress experience where you are only focusing on the fun! 

Hiring a Wedding Planner!

Wedding Planning isn’t an easy feat, which is why we are here to help!  The different types of packages that we offer at Wildflower are customized to each bride to ensure that she is getting the exact amount of help that she needs and wants!  If you are in search of a Coordinator or a Planner, reach out to us today HERE.  We would love to have a conversation with you! 

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