One of the things that breaks my heart the most on a wedding day is when the bride or groom are involved with wonderfully sweet moments, with each other or loved ones, you can actually see their memories being weaved… when all of a sudden they’re interrupted to be alerted by a bridal party member that the florist is trying to navigate the centerpieces to their final destination and has a question needing answering right now.
Then like a hot potato the wonderfully sweet moment is dropped and the whole mood changes to that of taking care of business and the hassle of it.
It’s in that moment I wish wedding couples took care of their wedding planning in a way where that wouldn’t happen. I wish that with all my heart.
So maybe this’ll help a little. Here’s my wedding planning tip.
Hire a planner to take care of all those chores for you. You’re not at your wedding to be interrupted to do a Planner’s job.
Vogue’s editors got together and hashed out a few tips of their own as well so it may be worth a read. Here it is:
**G.E. Masana (portrait artist and Huffington Post contributer) As Seen In HUFFINGTON POST | MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS | THE KNOT | NEW YORK MAGAZINE | BRIDAL GUIDE | BRIDES | STYLE ME PRETTY | ELEGANT BRIDE | GRACE ORMONDE | WELLWED | TOWN&COUNTRY **