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A Dazzling Day … Weddings by Darcie

Wedding Coordination FAQ

A wedding planner can relieve you of details and worries so you can enjoy your dream wedding day.

Can I afford a Professional Wedding Planner?

Most every bride can afford a professional Wedding Planner. It depends on your priorities and the amount of service you may need.

Hiring a wedding planner in the beginning will help you save unnecessary costs, overspending and underestimating.

Planning ahead saves money. You'll know what to expect. Options will be evaluated and decisions made so you don't get last-minute budget surprises.

In addition to money, time is valuable for a newly engaged couple. Meetings, tastings, site visits, contract changes, the list goes on. Every step made smoother by a wedding planner means more of your time to enjoy the process.

A planner helps keep all the details organized and works along with the wedding professionals, so everyone is prepared for your wedding day. Wedding Planning Services are custom designed for you, based on our face-to-face meetings. Research, phone calls and emailing are included.

Why should I hire a Wedding Planner?

A wedding planner will free up time for you and your fiancé to spend together, enjoying your engagement and planning your wedding without the stress. Tell me your vision and I do the research, organization, and facilitation to make it happen. I continually screen the most talented area wedding professionals to offer those best suited for you.

By identifying exceptional services to fit your needs, I am able to help you avoid costly mistakes. My experience often enables me to negotiate more effectively, resulting in you receiving more for your money.

Do you accept commissions or referral fees?

I DO NOT accept any commission or referral fees from any of the wedding professionals I recommend. I refer businesses based on their reputation for quality and service and my direct experience. If they offer any referral fee or discount I ask them to pass it on to you, my client.