So, you are getting married! It has been a long way to go from the moment you met up to the so-called X point when you decided to become ...


So, you are getting married! It has been a long way to go from the moment you met up to the so-called X point when you decided to become a husband and wife. You have wonderful memories of this period and a great desire to experience the culmination of your love that is called Wedding with at least not lowering the degree of emotion, but rather raising it.

So you have a lot of work to do. After all, you do not need the wedding like your classmates, neighbors or your ant from the ancient 90's. You need something special, reflecting your inner world, corresponding to your ideas about beauty and style, the only and unique action that will remain in your memory and the memory of your friends and family forever. In other words, you need your PERFECT wedding!

At this moment some pictures that you like or don't like begin to appear in your imagination and you start to realize what your wedding will be like.

If you ask most couples what the best investment for their wedding was, they’ll likely say their photographer followed quickly by their wedding planner or coordinator. We are firm believers that all couples should hire a wedding planner so, at the very least, they’ll have a pro to handle all the day-of details. Most planners fall into one of the following categories: full-service planner, month-of and day-of coordinator, in-house coordinator, and wedding designer. Since every couple requires something different when it comes to planning their big day, we’ve broken down the key responsibilities of each so you can decide what type of wedding planner is right for you!

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A full-service wedding planner is ideal for couples who do not have the time, resources, or desire to plan every detail of their wedding; couples who are planning a destination wedding; and couples who want to have a multi-day celebration. As the name suggests, a full-service wedding planner plans every detail. They refer and negotiate vendors to put together your dream team, attend appointments, tastings, and site visits, and help set your budget. They help create a suitable design, plan the layout for your ceremony and reception, and create a timeline for all wedding-related events. When the big day arrives, they organize any pre-wedding activities, the rehearsal, and the actual wedding day to ensure everything runs smoothly. If you want total peace-of-mind that every detail of your wedding will be handled — and every unexpected situation managed — by a professional, a full-service planner is a perfect choice for you!
A month-of or day-of wedding coordinator is highly recommended for couples who want to take charge of planning their wedding, or who have limited budget, but want a pro to tie up the loose ends during crunch time. A month-of or day-of coordinator begins working with you at least 4-6 weeks before the big day to get familiar with your plans and determine what details need to be finished. They will do a final check of the ceremony and reception sites, confirm all vendor contracts, create a timeline, and manage both the rehearsal and the wedding day. If you and your fiancé are well-organized, skilled at making a budget, and have an eye for design, a month-of- or day-of coordinator is the perfect option for you. We cannot say enough that every couple should hire a coordinator to manage the rehearsal and wedding day to ensure all your hard works goes off without a hitch. It’s a small investment that will pay off big time when you’re able to fully enjoy your wedding day!
An in-house coordinator is a good option for couples who want extra assurance that the venue is managed on the wedding day but should not be considered a replacement for an outside planner or coordinator. An outside planner or coordinator manages everything at the venue, interacts with all your vendors, and keeps you and your wedding party on schedule while an in-house coordinator just manages the venue. They ensure the ceremony or reception spaces are in good condition, any in-house decor items are available, and their in-house catering team is on schedule. Keep in mind: an in-house coordinator works for the venue, not for you. So, while some might be willing to lend a hand on smaller wedding day details, they will not be focused on your timeline, your outside vendors, or your personal needs. If your budget is tight and you have to pay an extra fee for an in-house coordinator, we recommend prioritizing an outside planner or coordinator instead. If an in-house coordinator is included with your venue, hire an outside planner or coordinator anyway! Trust us, you will not regret hiring a pro who is focused on you — not just your venue — on your big day.
A wedding designer is perfect for couples who need help determining the look and feel of their wedding day or couples who want to pull off a particular theme but aren’t sure how to do it. A wedding designer assists with every aesthetic detail from the color palette to tablescapes to lighting. They will attend site tours to help create a floor plan and ensure efficient flow, manage your decor budget, curate all decor items, and ensure all decor is properly placed on your wedding day. Some full-service wedding planners are also experienced wedding designers, so you should double-check before hiring an additional designer. If your wedding is purely floral-focused, a floral designer might be sufficient in providing guidance on centerpieces, ceremony arrangements, and miscellaneous bouquets. But, if you need help with the entire vision of your wedding and don’t want to sweat any of the decor details, a wedding designer is the way to go!
And of course, every wedding planner has some photography and videography companies he cooperates with, such as Artlook. Our company provides budget wedding photography services. We will create the most suitable packages for you. Our team consists of professional, cheap, famous and top wedding photographers. They will help you with the wedding and engagement poses ideas. We provide not only wedding but also maternity, sweet 16, baby shower, family and baby photoshoots. So if you want unique, artistic, modern, creative, candid and budget photography then contact us!
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