What is the difference between a Wedding Planner and a Wedding Stylist?
The difference between a Wedding Planner and a Wedding Stylist is often easily confused, so it’s important to be clear on exactly what each role entails when you’re trying to decide on which services to engage for your big day. What is the difference between them and which one is right for you and your budget?
Why Do I need A Wedding Planner?
Big days do not just happen – they require planning, coordination and collaboration across services, suppliers, vendors and venues so your day is stress free and seamless. Although you may think that you will save yourself a lot of money by taking on the planning of your wedding on your own, the reality is that
Introducing the LUXE – WedPlan Gift Certificate 🎁
Wedding Planning – ’tis the season’. Introducing the perfect gift alternative to the traditional wedding gift, register or wishing well concept. Whether it be for a wedding planning – ‘let’s get started’ consultation to assist your happy couple on their wedding planning journey – in the right way with professional advice, a full wedding planning
Using Social Media Hashtags to Capture Photos taken by Guests on your Wedding Day
Wedding Planners are creative and logistic masters, or should be – to ensure your day is your way – without fuss no matter where your preferred locations may be. 💫 Creative is self evident and important, however managing logistics is the key component in the wedding planners management skill set. This involves the detailed organisation and
What is a Wedding Day Timeline and Run Sheet?
Don’t panic – as a leading wedding planner in Sydney, we know that most couples are a little confused when it comes to the wedding day ‘timeline’ and run sheet/s. Strictly speaking your timeline should start from the minute you and the bridal party wake and start your prep – do not forget the groom
Wedding Day Speeches
When are the “Speeches” given at a wedding and who should speak? Generally speaking, the speeches are delivered after the main meal is served but most certainly before the “bridal waltz” or first dance. These days it is not uncommon for the bride to be a speaker or even MC (Master of Ceremonies) but this