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  • I'm in! How do we proceed?
    Before signing a contract, and in order to make sure you and I are a good fit, we will have a 30-minute Consultation Call. Don't worry--this is completely free! If you decide to hire me, I just ask for a signed, industry-standard contract and deposit of 50% or $1000 (whichever is less). Your date is reserved and services start as soon as both the contract and deposit are received.
  • Are you the main planner I'll work with? Do you work with assistants?
    Yes! Though I will be your main Point-Of Contact for your wedding, one of my assistants may help me from time to time. If I can use my husband, David, day-of your wedding I absolutely will. This is for two reasons; one, he's a total pro and we work well together and, two, he's free labor. If I have to bring in someone else OR have additional help day of you will be apprised of the cost beforehand. It's usually around $150/assistant.
  • Can I pay you in installments?
    Absolutely. So long as I receive a 50% or $1000 deposit (whichever is less) and the final balance 2 weeks prior to your event date, you can pay whatever, whenever. Just be sure to mention it on our Consultation Call!
  • I don't see what I need in the list of services you offer.  Do you do custom packages?
    Yes! During our Consultation Call, we'll go over everything--from your planning goals, to your expectations and needs and more. My packages are super flexible and I will create a completely custom one for you if need be. After our consultation, I'll send you a proposal with 1-2+ package options so you get to choose what you pay for.
  • I want it to be my wedding. Won't you just do what you want?
    This is a common misconception; in fact, it's so common I wrote a blog about it! Find it here. Bottom line, I'm here to do what YOU want. I'm not here to push my dream wedding on you. I've already had my big day, now it's your turn! I'm simply here to help you define and refine your vision. Plus, with me in your corner, you won't have to worry about the nitty-gritty logistical stuff.
  • Why do I need a planner?  Can't my mom just do it?
    I'm sure she could, but I'm also pretty sure she'd rather enjoy the day than run around making sure bridesmaids are behaving and everyone's staying on schedule. Plus, unless you pay them, a good friend or family member probably won't take it as seriously as a pro will.
  • How much experience do you have?
    I have been planning events since I graduated from college in 2015. After planning my own wedding in 2019, I started my company in 2020. Even with Covid, I've loved every wedding I've done and haven't looked back since!
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