• There’s a Time for Planning…and a Time for Enjoying

  • Planning a wedding is a huge undertaking and can easily take six months to a year or more. There are a million decisions to make and a million little details to cover which is why any brides spend upwards of 500 hours or more working on their wedding. However, there’s a time for planning…and a time for enjoying. Many couples we work with have a bit of a challenge making that transition.

    We get it; your wedding day is the most important day in your lives and you want it to be absolutely perfect. Spoiler alert: it won’t be absolutely perfect. It could be close to absolutely perfect, but unexpected (and unplanned) things will pop up; it happens at every wedding. That’s why you hire folks like us. When the clock strikes 6am on your wedding day, the time for planning is over and the time for enjoying has begun.

    Giving up control of something you’ve spent months or even years planning can be difficult. So how do you do it? Simple – you focus on three things. First and most importantly, you’re about to spend an entire day with the love of your life. Second, at the end of the day, no matter what happens, you’re going to be married. Third and finally, you’re going to spend the evening with your closest friends and families, making memories that will last a lifetime.

    You’ve hired your vendors to take care of their parts of the day. From the baker to the florist and the decorator to the DJ, we all took the time to plan out our responsibilities with you – now turn us loose and let us do what we do best.

    If you’re the type of person who has issues giving up control, hire a wedding planner or day-of coordinator. They’ll serve as your personal assistant throughout the day, making sure everything goes as smoothly as possible and, most importantly, giving you a sense of peace and security.

    We’ve seen our share of brides, grooms, and parents unable to enjoy the big day because they continue to wear their ‘planner’ hat even after the time for planning has ended. Don’t let it happen to you! Take a breath, remember what your wedding day really means, and then relax and enjoy it!