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  • Kaitlin Cashwell

When to ask for wedding help!

I am a firm believer that the best person to plan your wedding day is you, but there are a few situations where outside help may be necessary. Let's talk about them real quick.

Top 3 Scenarios When You Should Consider Wedding Help:

1. Time is an issue...

You don’t have enough time. You are working a full time job and you enjoy your nights and weekends to relax. Planning a wedding on your own can creep into your lunch breaks, your girls nights, date nights, and even your precious self-care routine. You will have to make phone calls and answer emails in the morning, evening, and even on weekends. If you want to have time to relax in the months leading up to your wedding, you should consider fitting a wedding planner into your budget.

2. Distance is an issue...

You live out of town. You want to get married in your home town but you have long moved away for college, to pursue a career elsewhere, or to live near your fiancee. If you have lived away from your home town for quite some time, you may be out of the loop on which vendors to choose and determining a fair price. A wedding planner can help you navigate the system and will ensure your visits home are efficient minimizing your time away from your career, friends, and fiancee.

3. Conflict management is an issue...

You don’t like making decisions or you want to avoid conflict. When you are planning a wedding, you are going to get a lot of opinions from the ones you love in your life, particularly your mom and your future mother-in-law. You may not feel comfortable expressing what you want to them. The last thing you want to do is start off on the wrong foot with your in-laws. As much as they love you and want the day to be about you, both of your mothers current and future have been dreaming about this day since their child was born. It is hard for them not to have opinions. A wedding planner can help mediate some of those opinions and ensure the wedding is about two people, the happy couple.

Happy planning!

Until next time...

Kaitlin Cashwell

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