Do you like to meet your clients before the wedding day? Is a couple of days before satisfactory or would you prefer to be able to meet with them earlier in the planning process?
Wedding Planners Answers:
A. Meeting is best, of course. First of all, I will have a chance to show them all the suppliers / venues and I will see their faces when they do so I can learn about who they are and what they like. Every couple that I have met before the wedding confirmed using our services immediately after. so this must mean it also gives them more security. It is good for both sides. If they are not able to come before the wedding, then 3-4 days before the wedding is ideal.
A. Every couple I have worked with have visited more than once before their wedding. I would happily plan for a couple who only arrived just before, but I like to develop a relationship so this is not ideal.
Marry Me in France
A. It is not easy to meet a client for a wedding abroad, unless they live in the same town/country. We do offer a complimentary telephone consultation prior each booking. This give us the opportunity to know each other a little bit better, and also to better understand what service we can offer to achieve their perfect wedding day.As part of our services, we meet the couple once they arrive. We offer a pre-wedding meeting to go through the time schedule and details. We also offer our full onsite assistance at the embassy and town hall prior the wedding.
Just Get Married Australia
Just Get Married Italy
A. We love it if the couples come out and visit the area during the planning stages. This helps greatly as it means that we are all on the same wavelength, the couples understand the distances between the venues and it means that they are happy with the choice of restaurant and venue and that they are not just relying on our advice.
What can a couple do on the day of their wedding to ensure that it runs smoothly and meets their expectations? What type of input do you need from them on the day?
Is there anything that clients can do to help make the planning of their wedding easier?