Why a Wedding Planner
Nora Ephron, writer and author of When Harry met Sally, may have written one of the most famed quotes amongst modern day couples; “When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.”In my experience many couples do indeed want to “start as soon as possible.” Planning the day that is going to “start the rest of your life,” can be grueling, however with the help of a wedding professional it does not have to be. Your wedding should be the happiest day of your life, not the most stressful. You should have unforgettable moments, not moments you wish you could forget. The addition of a wedding planner and/or day of coordinator could be of paramount benefit to the quality of your wedding day. At Luxe Life Events, we say, “Deciding on a wedding planner is one of the richest responsibilities you have as a bride,” and we truly believe it.
The day of your wedding is going to bring about enough nerves, and jitters; the last thing that you should be worried about is the set up of your ceremony and reception, or if the vendors are on time and doing everything set fourth in your contracts. It is reasons such as these that a coordinator and/or planner can be the wisest choice of all your wedding day decisions. After all, is it smarter to plan the day with a professional who has done it more than once, (who can forecast things that may go wrong and keep them from happening), or embark on such a huge day with a “what if” frame of mind? Your wedding day should be about enjoying the idea of the journey you are about to embark on. Spending those last few moments before your first steps down the aisle in bliss with your best friends and wedding party.
In addition to ensuring that the “day of” logistics run smoothly, designing a cohesive theme and décor for your reception can also be nerve racking. This is another largely important part of your day that a coordinator could help make amazing. At Luxe Life our theory of design and wedding themes is similar in thought to the words of George Bernard Shaw; “You see things and say, ‘Why?’ But I dream things that never were and say, ‘Why not?'” We seek to involve this kind of thinking as we plan each and every one of our events; turning exquisite thoughts and dreams into event “paradise” unfamiliar to most, but extravagant to all.
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