A day worth remembering...
...is a day worth planning.
Planning your wedding doesn't have to start @ engagement; it can start while single, and when you decide you want to get married someday.
Inglewood Golf Course, Kenmore, WA (JMarieWeddings)
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Hello future brides! Hello future grooms! Still single or recently engaged? Imagine this: you have a blank poster board and you are free to design and create a collage of your future wedding day!
What if you have all the resources in the world: both time and money, what would it look like? What if you have a tight budget and want the best value? What if you meet the right person and engagement is short?
Where would it be? What message will the atmosphere convey? How many guests will you have? How would your guests feel during, before, after? What food would be served? When will it be? What is the theme? What are 2 words that would describe it? Why?
The answers to these questions will reflect your values and what are important to you; they are uniquely yours!
Every wedding or event is different in many ways. However, there is a process from start to finish. Planning for your wedding doesn't have to start at engagement; it can start when still single and when you decide you want to get married someday. The earlier you can get started, the better prepared you will be and the more you'll enjoy the journey. Isn't it better to prevent the mess and the stress instead of getting lost in the chaos?
To consult with a planner/coordinator is similar to having a tour guide or someone who has traveled that road before.
Let's get started!