Wedding day management is often the first service offered by wedding planners when they are just starting out. It’s a great way to get to know vendors, learn how different venues work, and get experience before offering full-service planning.
It’s super helpful to have a wedding day checklist to make sure you have everything with you. Here are some of the major items to include on your checklist
On the wedding day, keep calm and relaxed. The last thing you want clients or guests to see is a stressed out wedding planner. Stay focused on making your clients happy and making sure your team of vendors have everything they need for success.
Along with your skills and organization, your vendors are the key to an incredible event. Treat them exceptionally well, make sure they get fed, and let them know if the schedule is running ahead or behind. After the event, send a note or email acknowledging their hard work and thanking them for doing a great job (as long as they actually did a great job!).
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