It is important for an event planner to listen to their client’s vision and concerns, so we can ensure that their event runs smoothly. Many clients are trying to plan a wedding for the first time and they might make a decision that could cause their ceremony to start late and throw everything into overtime (i.e., the wait staff) or worse case, they might have to end the band early due to time constraints at the venue. When we are hired, we start reviewing the details so every precaution is taken.
Periodically, rental items can get misplaced or one of the vendors might make a mistake during the setup or strike that can affect your security deposit. Our office fields the calls after the wedding or special event and we work hard to resolve any issues quickly and fairly. I believe it makes sense for the planner to field these calls, since we were there and we are usually privy to what was happening on that day. There is nothing worse then returning after a two week honeymoon and find out that you have to deal with these issues.
Many of our clients come to us with several ideas, but they are unsure how to make them work with their overall theme or budget. We help them to organize their thoughts and pull the resources together to create their dream come true event while respecting their budget and keeping them sane.
If we may be of further assistance to you, please do not hesitate to call our office.
Many of our clients work over 60 hours per week and have hectic schedules. Once we are hired, we create a planning guide that helps them to keep everything in perspective. Our office makes calls and collects information that our clients don’t have time to handle. Some of our clients might need assistance with planning a wedding that is being planned in less than a four months. We can help them find the venue, secure the agreement, and jump in right away with reputable vendors, invites and creating the timeline that makes it appear that the wedding was planned a year or more in advance.