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When it comes to planning a wedding, the process generally takes months, sometimes years. There are countless details to account for and arrangements to be made that range from the location of the venue to the font on the place cards. When so much hard work and meticulous preparation goes into one single event, it can be extremely stressful and overwhelming to make sure that everything comes to fruition smoothly when the big day finally arrives. My job as the planner is exactly that; if the wedding is a puzzle, it is my role to assure that all of the pieces fit together seamlessly so the bride and groom don’t have to worry about anything. After all, this is the most important day of their lives and it should be experienced to the fullest. This is where the timeline comes in to play.
When a bride and groom begin to plan their wedding, one of the things they must consider is if they want it to take place indoors or outdoors. For some couples, the fresh air and natural beauty of a romantic outdoor setting like the beach or the country is ideal, and for others, the comfort and adaptability of an indoor location is preferable. In my opinion, both can be done beautifully, but the outdoor route certainly comes with more risk and an elevated amount of stress.
For 25 years New York City brides have depended on me to make their wedding dreams a reality. The rehearsal dinner, while clearly not the main event, is certainly a part of this dream, and one that should not be overlooked as it sets the tone for the entire celebratory weekend. I always tell my clients first and foremost that the rehearsal dinner is supposed to be fun, and they should embrace the evening as a time to savor the special moment with the ones they love.
Throughout my career as an event planner, I have lent my expertise to a wide variety of functions, be it a wedding, bar mitzvah, corporate holiday party or fundraiser. No matter what the affair, what always remains consistent is the goal to make the clients happy. So when an event produces input from multiple parties, which trust me, it always does, it is my job as the event planner to ensure that everyone’s vision for the big day is met in a way that is cohesive and beautiful.