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K&E Bridal Consultants
You’ve imagining this day since you were a little girl. With a variety of offerings to choose from, ... Read More
Upper Darby, PA Email Request Info Call K&E Bridal Consultants
Amore Weddings
Ridley Park, PA Email Request Info Call Amore Weddings
Jakes Hamburgers
Chadds Ford, PA Email Request Info Call Jakes Hamburgers
Event Avenue
Professional & Creative Event Planning and Catering.
Brookhaven, PA Email Request Info Call Event Avenue
Your Personal Party Planner
Glenolden, PA Email Request Info Call Your Personal Party Planner
Classy Creations By Christine
I am an event planner servicing the Tri-State area. Classy Creations By Christine specializes in all... Read More
Lansdowne, PA Email Request Info Call Classy Creations By Christine
Chic Planning
Yeadon, PA Email Request Info Call Chic Planning
My Posh Wedding
Upper Darby, PA Email Request Info Call My Posh Wedding

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10 Tips for Combating Wedding Stress! All Events General Party Tips

A woman is stress out about her wedding. Planning
Many times, brides and grooms experience different kinds of stress. Brides are usually more emotional about the wedding plans and grooms can be more concerned about, or “stressed out” about money. Whether you are a bride or a groom, it is a time where all kinds of stress can manifest itself. Here are a few tips:

Expect that there will be stress in planning your wedding. Why? There are a lot of decisions to be made, many details to be worked out, and others may want, or try to influence you. That is not bad or wrong; it just requires that you and your fiancé be aware of what is really happening. Try to respond to issues and avoid reacting to things.
One of the greatest challenges facing brides and grooms is their feelings of wanting to satisfy everyone. There are so many people involved - family, friends and relatives. Setting realistic expectations is very important.

Don’t expect perfection. Expect a “terrific” day. Setting expectations that are too high will create stress and lead to frustration, and then more stress.
Feeling stressed about certain elements of the wedding such as, saying your wedding vows or your first dance? Then, visualize the event. Spend some quiet time alone, relax and really visualize in your mind the events going smoothly. Does this exercise several times a day if you need to!
One of the best ways to combat stress is to exercise. When things start getting out of control - STOP. Take a break and go to the gym or go for a brisk walk.

10 Tips for Combating Wedding Stress!

There are always some people (relatives or friends) that know how to “push your buttons”. When you are feeling very stressed… be sure to stay away from or at least limit your time with these people.Wedding planning can cause a great deal of stress between the bride and the groom. Individually, they should be aware of their thresholds for stress, and how much stress they can handle in a given time period. If you notice that one of you is nearing your “threshold”, then take a short break from your wedding planning and does something fun together.
A man is stress out about the bill of their wedding. Planning
This is commonly referred to as “”. It can be a time of great anxiety for the parents which can then create stress and highly emotional issues for the bride and groom. Being aware of what is happening, REALLY happening, is a big part of dealing and managing stress.

can cause a great deal of stress. Don’t try and do everything yourself. Delegate as much as you can to others. Use the Internet.
Are you and your fiancé arguing more than normal? Realize that this is normal because you are spending more time on wedding planning versus spending time on your relationship. That’s why it is so important to take time away from wedding planning and spend time with each other. A romantic dinner, a bike ride—whatever you both like to do together (just don’t discuss the wedding plans!)

Submitted by K&E Bridal Consultants of Upper Darby, PA

What Do Wedding Planners Do? All Events How To / Instructional

Wedding Planners Make Things a Lot
Easier If You Know What You're Looking For

Wedding planners, also known as coordinators and event planners, quite simply help you organize your big day. But what they actually do can vary greatly. The Duties of Wedding Planners Typically, wedding planners start off by meeting with the couple to:

* understand the events – not just the wedding day itself, but also the rehearsal dinner, bridesmaid teas, day after brunches, and any other related events.
* review the overall budget
* understand the style, colors, vibe, and taste of the couple
* discuss progress to date
*

They'll then propose how they might be helpful and present the couple with a contract for the wedding planners' services. Probably they will be a combination of some of the below, depending on your needs and budget:

Organizational Queens
Even if you're newly engaged, you're probably realizing that this process includes many many details that require you to be organized, stick to a budget, and stay on schedule. So even if you are a well organized person, you'll want to make sure that your wedding planners are not only on top of things, but that they'll help you stay on top of things. They'll

* create and review vendor contracts
* organize your wedding day timeline
* coordinate vendor arrivals and deliveries with your venues
* prevent expensive mistakes such as rush shipping charges or unnecessary changes
* remind you of obligations, appointments, and budget constraints
*

Style Mavens
For those of you who are looking at bridal magazines, but worry you don't have the aesthetic eye to pull it off, look for wedding planners who are designers. They can

* give you ideas, and tell you about current trends
* help pull together any disjointed elements, and create a unified "look"
* see and add details you might have missed
* coordinate the florist, caterer, printers, invitation companies, graphic designers and any other aesthetic vendors
* help you choose bridesmaid dresses and other wedding party attire, your bridal gown and/or groom's wear
* find coordinating and stylish favors
* design your tables, lighting and other visual details.
*

Peace Makers
If you're constantly arguing with your parents, or with each other, wedding planners can use their negotiating skills to create peace. Whether it's talking to the mother-of-the-groom about the blood red dress she wants to wear, or helping to mediate budget disagreements, and saving you from etiquette snafus, wedding planners can be invaluable.

Vendor Resources
Experienced wedding planners have a rolodex of contacts in the biz, so they may be able to find you that reception venue with the perfect view, or the one caterer who will work with small budgets. They may also be able to pull in favors to get discounts or freebies.

Day-of-Wedding Coordinators
On your wedding day, you're going to be pulled in a million directions. Old friends will want to say hello, you'll want to relax and get ready, and people will be asking you far too many questions. And that's just before the ceremony starts. Wedding planners can help you avoid the chaos by

* meeting vendors and deliveries, and handling any no-shows
* solving other last-minute emergencies
* running the rehearsal
* setting up the ceremony and reception spaces
* making sure that the wedding party is on time and in the right places
* coordinating the reception timeline
* dealing with wedding crashers and unruly guests
* ensuring that the space is left clean and that you'll get your deposits back
* collecting personal items wedding gifts and making sure they get back to you safely.
* returning rentals and borrowed items.
*

Most wedding planners will handle these tasks, but it is possible to hire people just for these tasks. Though they're called "day-of" coordinators, you should meet with them at least a month in advance, and they should start confirming with vendors at least a few days before the event.

Full-scale wedding planners for big budget brides These are the wedding planners that you see on TV. They do everything -- creating a lavish event to impress and handling all the details while the happy couple just gets to enjoy the whole event. Things to Watch Out for With Wedding Planners

* First and foremost, you need wedding planners who are easy to contact and responsive to your needs. If they don't return your calls promptly or don't seem organized, look elsewhere.
* Beware of wedding planners who are getting kickbacks for recommending certain vendors – make sure you are hearing about vendors who are right for you, and not just those who have a hand in the wedding planners' pockets.
* Make sure that you like their taste and style – you want your big day to look like you, not like your wedding planners.
*

* Like any vendor, you'll want to have a clear contract with your wedding planners that spells out their duties, costs and expenses, and deposits and payment schedules. Make sure there are clauses that spell out how increased duties and costs will be negotiated, and what happens if they fail to meet obligations or you want to cancel the contract.


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Do You Need a Wedding Planner?

Easy Checklist to Find Out if You Need a Wedding Planner

Many couples never even consider hiring a wedding planner, not realizing that having outside help can save you time, aggravation, and even money. Here's an easy checklist to find out if you need a wedding planner:

__ You're way behind on your checklist and schedule.

__ You both work full-time jobs that will prevent you from meeting with vendors on weekdays

__ You don't have other outside help such as an involved mother-of-the-bride, helpful bridesmaids, or knowledgeable friends

__ You don't know many people who can give you reliable vendor recommendations

__ You are having a destination
wedding

__ There are personality conflicts between the couple, their parents, and/or other people

__ You're excited to be married, but just thinking about wedding planning fills you with dread

__ You're having a very short engagement

__ You can envision your wedding, you have no idea how to make your dreams come true

__ You can't even envision your wedding

__ You're feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and generally wishing that you had decided to elope.

__ Even after you've read the *ahem* excellent advice here at About.com's wedding website, you still wish that you had someone to give you advice and leadership.

If you've checked off one or more of the above options, you should at least investigate hiring a wedding planner. Of course, if you're looking to save money, this may be an expense that you can avoid.

But keep in mind that because of inside connections and experience that allows them to avoid common mistakes, hiring a wedding planner might be the most cost-effective move in the end.
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Submitted by K&E Bridal Consultants of Upper Darby, PA

8 Questions You Must Ask a Wedding Professional Be Wedding General Party Tips

Hiring the right team is critical to planning your dream wedding…and it can also be quite stressful.

How do you find the right match for you? How do you know who to trust? Where do you go for advice?

First of all, this is not an easy task and it’s totally normal for couples to feel overwhelmed, frustrated or confused.
It’s not like you plan a wedding every day! This is all probably brand new to you, so be patient with yourself.

A few tips to finding the right ones for you…

• Do Your Homework. You’ll get much more out of a meeting or conversation with a wedding professional if you do a little background homework first.

Spend some time on the internet or talking to friends who’ve recently been married. Find out the average prices in your area and what services are available. Get an idea of what you like and don’t like. Wedding websites and chat rooms can be a great resource. This way when you meet with a wedding professional you’ll be able to ask better questions and have an idea of what to look out for.

• Meet With Them. An in person meeting is the best way to interview a potential wedding vendor. It lets you get the full experience of their personality, style and professionalism. If that’s not possible, have a phone conversation.

• Ask Questions. There are no stupid questions! Make sure you get clear, specific answers to your questions. If you aren't sure what something means, ask them to clarify. Keep asking questions until you completely understand.

If a wedding vendor has a problem with you asking questions, they probably aren’t the one for you. The best wedding professionals are patient, understanding and take the time to help you make the best choices for your wedding.

• Listen. Don’t just hear the words they say, really listen. Watch the vendor’s body language. Are they confident and comfortable with their response? Do they look and sound nervous? Do you get a “funny feeling” about them? Take all the sights, sounds and feelings into account along with their responses; if your gut tells you something isn’t right, it probably isn’t.

• Check References. Portfolios are hand-picked to show off the best work, but they may not represent the “average” wedding performance. Videos are edited for the optimum presentation. But real referrals from satisfied clients are hard to fake.

Call up both client and professional references. Ask questions and use those listening skills. Even if they give a rave review, you’ll often be able to “read between the lines” if there were any issues or problems.

Ask around and search the internet for reviews. Check the Better Business Bureau for any outstanding complaints against the business. Weigh all of this information into your choices.

Here are 8 Must Ask Questions to ask ALL your potential wedding professionals before booking:
1. How many weddings do you do per year? How much experience do you have?
This is an extremely important question. Ideally, your wedding professional should have ample experience specifically with weddings. Not only will they be more skilled in their craft, this also makes them a valuable source of information and ensures that your wedding day goes smoothly.
2. How much do you cost?

Price is often relative, especially when you factor in experience, reputation and expert skill. Generally, the most talented professionals have a higher price tag because they are worth it.

3. How much is the deposit?

4. What specifically is included in that cost?

Because packages often vary, it’s likely that you won’t be able to compare one vendor exactly to the next without doing a little figuring. The lowest cost isn’t necessarily the best deal; some higher quotes include services that you have to pay extra for in other packages. Make sure you take this into account.

5. What happens if I cancel? What happens if you cancel?

Find out if your deposit is refundable under any conditions. Does the wedding professional have a back up plan if something happens to them?

6. Do you use a contract?

If the answer is No, RUN! A contract is designed to protect both you and the wedding professional. Don’t settle for a verbal agreement that won’t hold up in court.

7. Are there any additional fees?

Taxes, service charges and travel fees can add up quickly. Make sure you understand exactly what is included and if there are any other fees you’ll have to pay. This should be clearly defined in your contract.

8. Do you carry liability insurance?

The answer you’re looking for here is Yes. This protects you in case an unfortunate accident should occur on your wedding day. It’s also a sign that this is a reputable business, since most “fly by night” operations don’t invest in insurance.
If chosen wisely, with the right wedding vendors you get expert help and advice…for free!

Submitted by K&E Bridal Consultants of Upper Darby, PA

10 Tips for Combating Wedding Stress! Wedding General Party Tips

Many times, brides and grooms experience different kinds of stress. Brides are usually more emotional about the wedding plans and grooms can be more concerned about, or “stressed out” about money. Whether you are a bride or a groom, it is a time where all kinds of stress can manifest itself. Here are a few tips:
Expect that there will be stress in planning your wedding. Why? There are a lot of decisions to be made, many details to be worked out, and others may want, or try to influence you. That is not bad or wrong; it just requires that you and your fiancé be aware of what is really happening. Try to respond to issues and avoid reacting to things.
One of the greatest challenges facing brides and grooms is their feelings of wanting to satisfy everyone. There are so many people involved - family, friends and relatives. Setting realistic expectations is very important.
Don’t expect perfection. Expect a “terrific” day. Setting expectations that are too high will create stress and lead to frustration, and then more stress.
Feeling stressed about certain elements of the wedding such as, saying your wedding vows or your first dance? Then, visualize the event. Spend some quiet time alone, relax and really visualize in your mind the events going smoothly. Does this exercise several times a day if you need to!
One of the best ways to combat stress is to exercise. When things start getting out of control - STOP. Take a break and go to the gym or go for a brisk walk.
10 Tips for Combating Wedding Stress!
There are always some people (relatives or friends) that know how to “push your buttons”. When you are feeling very stressed… be sure to stay away from or at least limit your time with these people.
Wedding planning can cause a great deal of stress between the bride and the groom. Individually, they should be aware of their thresholds for stress, and how much stress they can handle in a given time period. If you notice that one of you is nearing your “threshold”, then take a short break from your wedding planning and does something fun together.
Parents can also experience wedding stress as their children get married and leave “the nest”. This is commonly referred to as “separation anxiety”. It can be a time of great anxiety for the parents which can then create stress and highly emotional issues for the bride and groom. Being aware of what is happening, REALLY happening, is a big part of dealing and managing stress.
Time pressure can cause a great deal of stress. Don’t try and do everything yourself. Delegate as much as you can to others. Use the Internet.
Are you and your fiancé arguing more than normal? Realize that this is normal because you are spending more time on wedding planning versus spending time on your relationship. That’s why it is so important to take time away from wedding planning and spend time with each other. A romantic dinner, a bike ride—whatever you both like to do together (just don’t discuss the wedding plans!)

Submitted by K&E Bridal Consultants of Upper Darby, PA

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