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Why hire a wedding planner?Planning an event can be exciting and fun. But it can also be stressful and overwhelming. The decision to hire an event planner can be difficult. With that said, the below list of reasons why you should hire a planner is there to assist you in reaching an educated conclusion. COST A lot of money goes into event production. In fact, Wedding Wire's 2019 wedding report compiled data from over 18,000 newlyweds and found that the average cost of a wedding is nearly $30,000. Whether your event comes in below or well above that, an event planner could save you money. For example, an event planner's experience on food and beverage quantities might save you money on that coffee service you thought you needed for all your guests. Or, maybe your intimate venue only needed a string duo rather than a quartet. An event planner will assess aspects of your event to make sure you're getting what you want but more importantly, what you need. Furthermore, an event planner's vendor connections could save you money. Vendors often provide discounts and promotions to clients of planners. TIME Planning an event can take up a lot of time. It's not uncommon to spend several hours a week researching, making phone calls, sending emails and talking through the many decisions that arise when planning an event. The amount of time significantly amps up when you're just weeks out from your event. Hiring an event planner can cut those hours considerably. RESOURCES An event planner is a professional in the wedding and events industry and therefore has the connections and knowledge you need when hiring and coordinating vendors for a successful event. An event planner's extensive network and experience with said vendors can save you time, energy and the stress that comes with hiring the right vendor for your event. SKILL Your friends, family members and/or volunteers are not a substitute for an event planner. Although they play a critical role in the process and can be very helpful, the time and stress you save by allocating tasks to an event planner are well worth it. Plus, you want your friends and family to enjoy the event rather than be burdened with responsibilities. You too, want to be stress free and not have to worry if someone's undertaking was accomplished. Leaving the planning, coordinating and event execution to a professional will allow for a seamless and enjoyable event experience. ENJOYMENT Bottom line, you want to enjoy your event. Event planners can reduce the amount of time and stress related to the planning and coordination process and especially the event execution portion. You want to be able to look back at your event and be able to remember the details and the delight you and your guests experienced. Feel free to read more in our recent blog post!
What’s the difference between an elopement, micro wedding and wedding?They key difference between elopements, mico weddings and weddings is primarily the size of the event, including guest count and the overall flow of the day. You can read a more in-depth comparison in our recent blog post.
What are the requirements for obtaining a marriage license in Colorado?Obtaining a marriage license in Colorado is super easy. All you need to do is visit the Clerk & Recorder's Office of any Colorado county regardless of where your Colorado ceremony is being held. No blood tests or witnesses are required and there are no wait periods. All you need is a valid government issued photo ID, $30, and both parties to be present. It's as simple as that.
How do mountain weddings differ from other locations?Weddings in the mountains are breathtakingly beautiful but there are a couple things that couples need to consider before committing. Mountain wedding locations can be held as high up as 12,000+ feet. At this height, guests can experience altitude sickness, weather can change instantly, and getting to the location can pose difficulties. Hiring local wedding vendors is key in making your mountain wedding run smooth as their experience and knowledge is priceless.
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