Planning a wedding is not a matter of life and death…
but to some, it is much more serious than that!
Above all a wedding is a chance to become creative and express yourself and above all have fun. If it all becomes too serious,
you are not having fun; take a step back and determine what is really important.
Planning a wedding may become overwhelming because “everything seems so important.”
“EVERYTHING IS NOT EQUALLY IMPORTANT!”
Certain things are essential; other things are important according to your viewpoint and experience; other things are nice to have. The experienced wedding professional knows what’s essential for a successful wedding.
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Please know that you and your fiancee have already decided to be together and that the wedding itself is an announcement or public display of that commitment. You are just letting everyone else know (family and friends) what the two of you have decided and already know… and that decision is really the most important thing!
Wedding professionals are usually artists who are passionate about their work; they love to help. Getting help (or at least ideas) from wedding professionals is a good start in being able to wrap your wits around your wedding.
Peace of mind comes with knowing.
When working with a bridal couple (usually it is the bride) I listen and ask questions. In a consultation there is an interchange of ideas; realizations occur. “All the details” become simpler. Basically the couple helps me understand their wedding and through the process they come to know their wedding better.
Getting these ideas out of the bride’s head and on paper in an itinerary sketch goes a long way to relieving this kind of stress.
Talk to DJ/Master of Ceremonies
The itinerary is then worked and organized until it is complete with all announcements and written out as a script.
The bride, knowing that the itinerary is complete and turned over to someone who is responsible, experiences relief and has certainty about the success of her wedding celebration. It is the responsibility of the Master of Ceremonies to follow the itinerary/script as he conducts the festivities.
Sincerely, Eric Zimmermann
Elegant Music 626-797-1795