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Why would a wedding planner be useful when setting up a wedding?

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A wedding planner is helpful if you're planning a bigger wedding and there are lots of things that need to be taken care of . Using a wedding planner is a great way of having a much more stress free experience in the planning stages.

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As much as possible. The wedding planner has to no the bride. Otherwise the wedding wont be the bride's and groom's dream wedding, it would be the wedding planner.


You are not required to have a certificate to be a wedding planner, however, if you are a certified wedding planner, more clients would want you and intern you will probably make more money.


I guess you could look at Philostrate as a wedding planner. He is responsible for the entertainment at the wedding, but that would be an interesting modern take on his job.


Time a wedding planner spends on a wedding varies according to the wedding. It may be several months. Smaller, less elabourate weddings would take less time.


Yes, you can hire a wedding planner for traditional-styled weddings! A good place to find one would be to go online and look for wedding planners in your area. If possible, look at their gallery's.


about 2 or 3 years cuz u aint need that much preparation to be a dam wedding planner cuz peoplez can do it them selves



That would be the appropriately named Wedding Planner.


You would certainly be taken more seriously if you did.


It is possible that a wedding planner will handle RSVP's but they already have so much to do. A better idea would be to have a designated person, like an aunt of the bride, handle them.


I would hire a local and well known wedding planner. Go to wedplan dot com to see the profiles of your local and national planners. They usually have reviews on them.


Manage a wedding is not an easy task and there are so many things to do in a wedding ceremony. So if you want to think to hire a wedding planner then I think it's a good idea as by this you can get relax from some departments like photography, design and videography with others.


no degree is needed, but a degree in business would help.


Your wedding planner is suppose to meet reasonable needs. If they have a reason for disagreeing there generally is a good reason so it would be best to listen to them. They are paid to help and also stay within your budget. If you have your heart set on something in the wedding that is too costly the wedding planner will generally come up with something very similar, but at a lower cost.


A suggestion for one wanting to apply for a wedding planner job would be to check their local newspaper or online classifieds under 'Event Planner'. One could also check out the online website Penn Foster Career School. They have schooling available, but one can also click on the career section and search for jobs as a wedding planner.


While a wedding planner will give you a great deal of help in choosing the best invitations company for your style and budget; most wedding planners would not go so far as to actually send your invitations. They would usually assist you in determining their design and content.


That would be a consultation with a wedding planner.


GCSEs are a high school qualification in Britain. You don't need any specific GCSEs to become a wedding planner. However, having Math's, English and Science would help.


You only have to be 16 or 18 to get a job without a work permit in most areas. However, if you tried to be a wedding planner at the age of 16, most people probably would not hire you because they would think you are not reliable enough.


There are any number of online stores and sites where you can make and be shown how to make your own wedding invites. Your local printing retailer, e.g Officeworks or Staples will also have information. Going to, or calling a wedding store or planner would also be useful.


It depends on where you live but you can check out www.gayweddings.com and www.gayrites.net for further info. Gay wedding planners are harder to find in smaller communties.


A wedding is all about planning and MANAGEMENT. A career in management would definitely give you an edge in starting up your own wedding planning business.


If you have a wedding planner they would probably be your best option for winter wedding ideas. Many bridal magazines would also be a good resource for a specific type of wedding.


This is a good place to start: http://www.myweddingfavors.com/guarantee.html Otherwise, the best thing to do would be to seek the advice of a professional wedding planner to see what they would suggest


The permits required depend on where the wedding is taking place but an example would be a right-of-entry permit. Help can be found on wedding planner sites and in magazines.



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