You've heard of Wedding Planners, Coordinators, and Designers but have no idea of what the differences are or how to select the right one for you. Well, look no further! In this blog, I will explain the different tasks they do that will help with your decision making. Lets Go!!!
Partial Planners are great for the couple who is very hands on in the planning process. You've started to plan your wedding but require professional assistance to complete the process. Whether it be assistance with securing a reliable venue, a photographer, or perhaps floral recommendations. Partial Planner will collaborate with you and your ideas to produce something special.
Full Service Planners are there from start to finish. From the design process to the coordination. They are especially perfect for the couple that has no clue of what to do, or perhaps the very busy couple. Full Service Planners help with vision and carry it all the way through.
Wedding Manager also known as Day/Month of Coordinator typically comes in approximately 6-8 weeks before the event. They are not involved in the planning process. They are for the couple that has planned their own wedding and needs a professional to come in on the actual wedding to make sure all runs smoothly. They are the main contact for all vendors.
Event Designers create the overall look & vision of your wedding. They are the ones that will carry out the theme and concept. They are not involved in the planning process, however, they work closely with all vendors associated with the design process. They are similar to an interior designer. They assist with the decor, centerpieces, and even the design or your custom invitations.
Now that you have an understanding of the difference between Planners, Designer, and Coordinators, You can now choose which is best you!
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