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Location, location, location- it’s not just for real estate anymore

As a wedding planner you should be able recommend the best wedding locations to have a wedding, based off the needs of the client. The best way to go about this is starting big and working down to a small point. Be sure to start with what the client wants in terms of where the wedding is going to be held. Do they want an indoor or outdoor wedding? You must have this information to make a well-rounded suggestion.

 

Once you have the type of wedding figured out, the next step is starting with the state and then narrowing it down from there. For example, the couple would like to have an outdoor wedding. This is going to open up many possibilities and depending on what exactly they are looking for, you should have several possible ideas of where to find the wedding location.

 

If it is an indoor wedding, this is a much simpler process as you can refer the couple to one of the local churches in town. In fact, as the wedding planner, you should already have a list of names and the best prices you can get on hand at all times. One thing to note is that it is traditional to have the wedding in the bride’s town, although this might not always be feasible.

 

The wedding planner should also know who is footing the bill for the wedding and try to find out if this is where they would like to have the wedding as well. As a wedding planner, it is a good idea to consider the big picture and take in all possible feelings of everyone involved. Often this may seem like it is more than should be asked of a wedding planner, but wedding events are an emotional time and you would do well to make sure everyone is happy. It will only help you in the end.

 

In the wedding planning business, never forget that your clients look to you for all of the answers, being prepared ahead of time will make you look that much more the professional in the eyes of your clients, and that includes looking for the best wedding locations!

 
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