When you’ve decided on a date for your wedding, you’ll need to start looking at expenses. Most people cringe when they think of the amount of money they’ll need to put aside for their wedding, but it’s really not a sum that can’t be accounted for. Depending on the venue which will host your reception, the number of guests and a whole bunch of other stuff, like your wedding dress, the food, the wedding videographer and decorations – everything comes at a price. Add it all up and you come up with a significant amount of money. But how about a planner? Is a wedding planner worth the investment? And if so, why? If not, how come?
Wedding planners are employed more and more these days, given that couples usually get married a lot later than they used to. It’s something to get married when you’re twenty-something, it’s a whole other thing to get married after you turned 30. Thing is, the later you get married, the more likely you already have a career and less time to waste on coming up with all the details concerning a wedding. So in that regard, a wedding planner can help set things straight.
But as far as money goes, it’s just an additional service that will cost you. However, a professional wedding planner could potentially get you some significant discounts with wedding vendors, as the planner usually works in a specific area and knows and has worked with those specific vendors time and time again.
Thing is, in most cases, the cost of the wedding planner will outweigh the cost of any savings they’re able to make you, so it all really boils down to something more specific: time. With a wedding planner who can take care of details like decorations, food, a location for your reception, wedding video services, invitations and a whole bunch of other stuff, you end up saving time. Time which you don’t have, not really, especially if your career demands your uttermost attention. And you’ve worked hard to get there – jeopardizing it with taking a significant amount of time off simply does not cut it.
So, in the end, it’s up to you whether or not you should go for the services of a professional wedding planner. But be advised that time is the only real thing you’ll be saving with these sort of services – however, that can be a valuable asset on its own accord, so don’t brush the thought of a wedding planner altogether.
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