Wedding planners can be extremely useful when it comes to alleviating either mounting stress emanating from the impending nuptials or ensuring your guests have as good of a time as you imagine them having when dreaming up your wedding day. Here are 10 items to have your planner address for you (always ask in conjoined bullet-point format, nobody likes a piece mailer):
Who is running the ceremony?
What order will people walk down the aisle?
How will the ceremony begin?
Music? Who handles the cues for the music?
Will there be a sound system for the ceremony?
Where will you go when the ceremony ends?
What time will the reception start after the ceremony? If there is a gap in time, what will your guests do?
What is the best time of day for ceremony and reception?
How many other weddings will take place at the same time?
How many photos will you receive from the resort photographer and are you allowed to bring your own?
Can my package be customized? Example: can you upgrade to “butler service” without the entire package?
Will we be using flowers from the location or do I bring my own?
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