Does a Groom need to "prepare" for his wedding day?

A List for The Groom

There is a misconception that the groom need not prepare for the wedding day. However, we do tend to think of the bride when it comes to the wedding day look. There are so many questions swirling around the look she will pick for her walk down the aisle. From her hair, makeup and dress the opportunities are endless. But these decisions are not limited to just the bride. Not at all, in fact, the groom has small details to consider too! They’re just that, small! But on your wedding day, small details are the most noticeable. Here are a few tips to help the groom master his small details on his wedding day!

Groom Your Face
No matter your facial hair preference, it is important that it is mastered. The key is to make your hair (or lack thereof) intentional. Start with using a sharp razor blade. Having the most effective products is the first step to conquering your look. Whether you’re trimming your beard, or planning to completely shave your face it is essential that you practice your look in the weeks leading up to your wedding.

Word of the wise, don’t deviate from your planned look days before you say “I do.” If you want to test out what you’re hoping to have, we suggest testing this out a few months before. That way there is no pressure for it to grow back. Both you and your spouse will thank us.

Handle Your Hair

There is a bit of a difference when it comes to styling your hair for your wedding day. Even if you are someone that styles their hair daily, you now need to ensure that your look can last all day. From the morning you wake up, through your ceremony and long into the night at your reception; you have to be photo ready and therefore can’t afford to have any loose hairs! Much like your facial hair, it is recommended that you do a few test runs in the weeks leading up to your big day.

Once you decided on a cut, you should really practices styling your hair with the products you’re hoping to use on the day. This is important for a few reasons. Not only do you want product that will withstand long hours, but you want to make sure that your product doesn’t irritate your skin. This is especially important for those of you who don’t tend to use a lot of product in your typical routine. We recommend researching fragrance free hair care products to take on a trial run.

Take Care of Your Body

What else can you do to prepare yourself to be picture ready? Your best bet is to focus on your face, afterall, it is the focus of your wedding day. If for no one else, do it for your bride! Look into some at home teeth whitening products to give yourself your brightest smile yet. It can be as easy as swapping out your standard toothpaste for a whitening paste.

If you’re really looking to perfect the smallest details, take a look at your eyebrows. When is the last time you took a tweezer to the brows? If you’re really hesitant to use a pair of tweezers, there are electric trimmers that can do a great job at eliminating any unwanted hairs.

For all of the grooms out there, it is important to remember that this is your day too. When you look good you feel good, and that will shine through your wedding photos! Take the time to take care of you and you won’t be disappointed with the outcome. You’ll be surprised how many guests will take note of your pristine look!


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Bridal Party Attire for 2019 - The Girls' Edition

This year’s hottest bridal party dresses were all about sophisticated silhouettes with a modern touch. Some dainty favorites that were seen down the aisle and beyond include halter necks, one-shoulders, and high slits. While they were all warmly welcomed trends, next season’s wave of bridesmaid attire will take a slightly different and more daring turn. 

If you're planning on tying the knot next year, you and your bridal party are in for a fine selection of styles. We previously discussed here on Strings Champagne how to "propose" to your bridesmaids, but of course, it doesn't end there! Before settling on the same uniform dresses, check out some of these exciting bridal party attire trends for 2019. 

Meghan Markle-inspired styles
First on our list involves a dress that you most likely have already heard of. During this year's Royal Wedding, viewers were sent into an online fire storm discussing Meghan Markle's Givenchy wedding dress. Some criticized its over-simplicity, while others admired its understated elegance. One thing is for sure: many brides will be taking their cue from the newly minted Duchess of Sussex and her conservative-with-a-twist style. It's a surefire way to create a balanced out, elegantly minimalist scene for your wedding, especially if you and your bridesmaids are not into frilly scene-stealers. 
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Bold florals
Florals are not revolutionary when it comes to bridal party wear, but this 2019, we're not talking dainty flowers on a hem. This season, designers have decided to go with a bolder, more lush take on this print. If you're looking to follow suit, just remember not to go overboard by keeping the florals minimal everywhere else. That means skipping extravagant floral crowns and going for simpler bouquets for you and your bridesmaids. 

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Velvet revival
Already hailed as 2019's fabric of choice for bridesmaids, velvet can add that luxe feel to your wedding party look, particularly for fall or winter weddings. Because it can be worn in a range of hues, they make for easy mix and matching. They can also complement your wedding gown seamlessly, while still making for a cohesive bridal party ensemble. 

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Tiered layers
Your bridesmaids will appreciate dresses that ensure maximum comfort for dancing all night. For this, a good layered gown provides the same dramatic beauty of a ball gown, minus the weighty and bulky feel. Monique Lhuillier's cinched waist version even gives off a nice, flattering fit that allows them to flaunt their womanly curves. 

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Who says only men can wear the pants? Pantsuits provide a streamlined look that gives off a sleek, feminine vibe. Since bridal party styles have evolved, this will add an interesting mix of variety among a sea of skirts and ball gowns. Brides Magazine notes that there are many styles available for bridal parties — from keyhole cutouts to culotte designs. Bonus: No need to worry about tripping on your hem at any point of the night. Your bridesmaids will also appreciate this highly versatile choice that can be re-used for chic office looks or for nights out. 

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If you want every member of your party to be guaranteed show-stoppers, go for bridal dresses with generous touches of sparkles, glitter or metallic detail. Your bridesmaids are sure to be spotted from a mile away, but for good reason. Embodying the event's festive feel, all that's left is a bottle of champagne and you're good to go. 

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With so many new styles to choose from, it can still be tricky dressing your maids. In this regard, Pretty Me explains that there are many considerations you need to have when choosing attire, such as skin color, body type, and style. Be sure to choose a palette that complements your bridal party's skin type, taking into consideration their color and undertones. You also need to arrange the proper fitting and tailoring to ensure that your bridesmaids look and feel good on your big day. But most of all, remember that there is no one universal dress that can fit every single woman, so feel free to mix it up with your own bridal party.

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Bridesmaid Proposal?

My friend Julissa, over at Shari's Berries  has some fun ideas on how to "propose" to your bridesmaids!

Planning your wedding is such a thrilling time!

The high of being engaged, setting a date and selecting your venue, purchasing the perfect dress… there are just so many exciting milestones on the way to tying the knot!

But everyone needs a little help from their friends, and this is something you don’t want to embark upon without your girls.


You want it to be fun, cute, and personal.

After all, these girls are going to stick by you throughout every moment. Show your girl friends how much you appreciate them with a few of these super cute bridesmaid proposal ideas!

  • Give them some bling. Maybe not a ring like your own, but a cute pair of earrings are always appreciated! They’ll serve a fashionable purpose for years to come, too.

  • Add in some sweets. Gifts are nice, but food is priority. Champagne gummy bears, anyone?

  • Gift some relaxation. A spa kit filled with bath bombs, soaps, and body butters is luxurious and practical. Helping plan a wedding ain’t easy, you know!

  • Get sentimental. For those who have been around since your days of foursquare and middle school crushes, fill a box of childhood memories. Photos, ticket stubs, favorite records, and other memories are sure to be a tearjerker.

  • Personalized wine glasses. Surprise your girls next time you have a wine night by giving them a bridesmaid-themed glass to sip out of. They probably knew it was coming, but hopefully they’ll act surprised.

For more ways to pop the question, Shari’s Berries has some more great bridesmaid proposal ideas, including cute printable cards for all your sentimental note writing needs.




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Wedding Dress Trends 2018

Say Yes to the. . . Dress?!

Hello Brides to Be! If you consider yourself a fashionista, you may know that New York Bridal Fashion Week took place earlier this month in the Big City. What you may not have details on yet is which two trends rocked the runway and will soon make their way down the aisle in 2018. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here’s the short and sweet scoop we are excited to share from Inside Weddings:

  • Trend #1: The Off-the-Shoulder Neckline: Feminine, youthful, romantic, sweet. Just a few words that come to mind with this timeless look! We love that this style can be incorporated with many different bodices & silhouettes to tie in with that “wow factor” you’re looking for. Guaranteed to make you feel like a bride, from the moment you try it on for yourself:

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  • Trend #2: Brides Wear. . .Pants: Yes, that’s right! Jumpsuits, rompers, and pantsuits are no longer just for running errands and nights out on the town. Now, brides are taking this look to a whole new level and dressing it up (big time!) for their special day. It’s the perfect way to let your personality shine and stray away from the traditional. Another thing we love about this look? The possibilities of sleeve styles are endless! It’s flirtatious, unique, yet tasteful with fabrics of satin, lace, and everything in between:  

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So what do you think?! Will you say “Yes!” to either of these trends? We look forward to seeing all that 2018 has in store.




The Ultimate Checklist for Your Destination Wedding


Wendy Dessler, OutreachMama 

Destination weddings are very trendy. This is a fun way to travel to the place of your dreams and stay there for the honeymoon. It saves time and money and it creates a memory of a lifetime. However, organizing a destination wedding is difficult. If you have forgotten a detail in a wedding near your home, you can improvise. But if you are on a tropical island or another country, you are going to have to roll with it. There is no plan B.

We have put together this list to help you succeed in the destination wedding of your dreams. Follow these tips and your wedding will run smoothly and you will have a great time becoming Mr. & Mrs.

  • Hire a wedding planner

We made a list of pros and cons on the subject of a wedding planner. This is how it shaped up:


  •     You are her focus and she dedicates her time to you.

  •     She has connections in the industry and will be able to tell if the vendor is top rate

  •     She knows how to work with the photographer to ensure he gets prime lighting

  •     She will coordinate to make sure everyone is onboard and ready to perform on time

  •     She protects you from details that would stress you out


We got nothing.  Hire a wedding planner. Don’t give the job to your cousin who managed to arrange a Christmas party at her office. A wedding planner is not planning to feed 25 people in one room and serve punch. She is a professional with her finger on the pulse of the entire event from start to finish. Hire a wedding planner.  Even if you are a wedding planner, you will not have time to do everything. Hire a wedding planner.

Determine your destination

Yes, before you buy your dress, select the dresses for the bridesmaids, or think of the veil you will wear, select your destination. If you decide on a beach wedding, of course, it will be breezy and depending on the month you will be traveling, it can be quite cool. This is not the venue for a bride wearing a very full skirt and cathedral train. Those cute little skirts you selected for your bridesmaid could end up being blown over their heads.

Six months prior to the wedding

  • Order your invitations and set up your wedding social media page

  • Set up your Plumfund account for gifts that can help financially

  • Get your passport, travel visas, and paperwork

  • Start looking for deals on flights

  • Inquire about the laws of the land concerning a wedding

  • If you are traveling out of the country you will need a health record showing vaccinations

  • Find out the exchange rate on currency. It does not matter if your money will pay for the venue here if during the exchange it comes up short.

  • Order dresses

Learn the culture

Can you wear a bikini on the beach? Are you expected to tip the waiter or bartender, or would that be considered rude?

In some cultures, it is considered rude to place the money to pay for your item on the counter. In others, it is considered rude to place money in someone's hand. You need to understand the culture before you go.


  • Take your gown on the plane in your carry on. It is the only item you cannot replace if the luggage is delayed.

  • Take care of your nails. Do not expect to be able to squeeze in a manicure while there.

  • Take a copy of your prescriptions with you in case you are questioned about them

  • Take electricity adapters so your electronics can be charged

  • Take a photocopy of everything in your wallet, front and back. If you lose your wallet you will need to contact the correct people to protect yourself. It is much easier if you have copies of the cards.

  • Download apps to help you with the language and maps of the area

Keep your sense of humor and have a plan B

You cannot expect to travel halfway around the world and put on the biggest event of your life, with a group of people and control every detail. There might be challenges and you need to face them with a smile. That is part of the flavor of a destination wedding. It might rain. The wind could be strong. One groom was trying to order chicken in Argentina and he mispronounced the Spanish word and ordered penis. Having a good sense of humor will take you a long way in a destination wedding.


Have you heard of Groovy Groomsmen Gifts?

Have you heard of Groovy Groomsmen Gifts?

I recently went to a wedding as a guest (yes, that does happen sometimes!) and was having a hard time coming up with the perfect gift for the groom. Note, this couple had been together for several years, they already had a house together, they had a dog and everything else that goes with it. Of course, everybody can use money but I wanted to get them something fun, something personal and then I came across the website .

The website may say groomsmen gifts but honestly, these gifts could be for the groom or a friend just as well! I really like how easy it was to find their products on their website. It's a clean easy website that lists their products in several different categories and all products have pictures and some descriptions. I remember some of my brides mentioning that they are getting flasks for their groomsmen and yes, you can find those on this website as well. But when you get past the flasks and the ties and the handcuffs, you can find some really nice gifts that are for every day. From koozies, to pocket knives, to travel bags, to bottle openers to FUN socks (who doesn't love fun socks?), to sunglasses, watches and more.

I lastly decided on a wallet "The Cosmopolitan". It's a wallet that fits into any pocket, holds cash and cards and is made of REAL leather. And the icing on the cupcake? It's made in USA and handmade! When my shipment arrived, I opened it immediately. I could already smell the leather through the box! The cute little gift box included the wallet, a card about where the wallet was made and a nice cotton sachet to protect the wallet.

All in all, I was very happy with the ordering process and the quality of the product.

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Your friend is getting married and you are invited! Yay! This is a very exciting time in your friends' life. How does a guest feel about this day? Are you excited to celebrate? Do you know what to wear? What do you get as a gift?

Every guest looks at this from a different perspective.. some may need to book a flight and hotel to attend the celebration, buy a new outfit to wear. Others may have to take the day off and jump in the car and drive for a couple hours and then there are guests that are local, that may just need a lyft for the way home. $$ add up quickly and you haven't even bought a gift yet..

Traditionally, the bride and groom put a registry together. They walk through Macy's and Pottery Barn and add all of those items, they would most likely never buy for themselves but think they could make use of these practical things or wonder they may be nice to have.

This tradition seems to be going away. Most brides and grooms have been living together for a while, they don't need another set of china or bedsheets. They'd rather do a cooking class together or save for a spa weekend in wine country.

If your friends do have a registry, please be sure to only buy the items on the list unless you have a really cool idea and you know for sure, they are going to love it as much as you are. Bringing gifts to the actual wedding is not recommended however.. Yes, it may look really pretty to set a gift on that cute shabby chic decorated table and people know you actually brought a gift but in reality it creates more work for the bride and groom. Now they have to figure out how to get those gifts home when they were actually planning on leaving right for their honeymoon after the reception.

Do your friend a favor and send the gifts to their home address. 

What to do with cards? Have you ever received gift cards for your birthday, mother's day or as a thank you gift? When do you remember using them? Don't they mostly get lost or forgotten?

This is where the Bridal Registry ZOLA  comes in handy. From bread maker to ice cream scoopers, to zoodle tools and trips, wine tasting adventures and theater. The bride and groom can select anything and everything on their registry and leave an option to the guest to leave a cash gift, help with travel or other experiences. Now, it's for the bride and groom to decide, do I really want those pots and pans or would I rather make some memories and jump out of that helicopter with my new partner?




A Day in My Life as a Wedding Planner

Here is an excerpt of a recent published article with  Plannerslounge

What is your typical day like?

I start my day by checking my emails, responding to anything that needs immediate attention, and then I go about my schedule. I work from home where I do all of the behind the scenes work;  blogging, updating my website, posting on social media, taking care of my accounting, adding inspirations to my Pinterest boards, and educating myself on the newest trends and technology. It’s nice and quiet after my sons leave for school and my husband leaves for work.

I enjoy meeting with vendors in my area and exchanging experiences and collaborating on new ideas. My afternoons are mostly filled with taking my children to their sports activities, making dinner, doing laundry, grocery shopping, and everything else a mother has to do. When weekends are not filled with weddings, I love watching my boys play soccer, go skiing, go for dates with my hubby, or join friends and family for a BBQ. I also love planning our next vacation.

How did you get started in the industry?

I always knew I was going to work in the travel industry and starting my career in the hospitality industry lead me through several opportunities until I knew that the event department was my favorite. I have worked every kind of event there is. From political events, to sports events, to fundraisers and trade shows. As well as your typical meetings and social functions; while traveling through Europe and gaining more knowledge each day.

I never stopped learning and added credentials in event marketing and tourism after completing my education with the school for hospitality management. When it was time to start my own business, I started specializing in weddings and never looked back.


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Say good-bye to rustic and hello to “old world luxury”.

Organic meets industrial.

Get creative with your menus. If you say “fresh from the sea”, let your guests know where it’s from.

Lighting can completely transform your venue. It can highlight the important elements of your decorations and turn the focus towards the wedding party table or dance floor or simply enhance your wedding.

To-be-weds are creating two weddings, one is created on pinterest and one is the one they can afford.

Culinary experiences and progressive dinner receptions are pushing the good old wedding buffets in the corner.

#instagram references are still big but more and more do we see snap chat filters and stories incorporated in the wedding day.

Every wedding needs to special unique and personal detail that makes the difference. If it’s a creative cake that symbolizes your hobby, table names that describe your wedding guests or personalized koozies, which one will yours be?


I love it when I get true feedback from guests.

Things to look out for on your wedding day:

  • Don’t single out the single ones! Bouquet and garter toss are not very enjoyable for your guests..
  • Talk to all of your guests and thank them for coming!
  • Guests should be comfortable, if it’s hot, provide fans, if it’s cold, offer blankets, if the shoes are getting tight, have flip flops available – don’t seat guests in front of speakers or close to doors where it’s drafty
  • Inform your toasters to keep it short!
  • Spreading out your ceremony and reception time makes your guests feel lost in between
  • Pick a good day to travel! Holidays are expensive, weddings during the week make it hard to take off work..
  • A delicious dinner goes a longer way than an elaborate centerpiece
  • Host the night, don’t have your guests pay for drinks at the bar! It doesn’t have to be a full bar.


How many guests are expected to come to your wedding? The more guests you have, the more expensive your wedding is going to be.

Find a venue and set a date! Will this space offer additional room for maybe 20 guests more? If guests are coming in from far away, you may want to incorporate some more time with them. This could be a welcome reception after your rehearsal dinner, a boat ride after the wedding, a brunch, a fun night out, etc. Celebrate you and invite others to join!

Your friends and family have come from near and far, try to make time for each and every one. It really helps to get a lot of your pictures done before the wedding, so you can find time to mingle with your guests during the cocktail hour or dinner.

Guests need to be entertained. No matter how small or large your party is, incorporate activity stations for your guests. Have them sign a piece of furniture, play bocce ball, take pictures at the photo booth, roam the dessert stations or invite them to group dances. Trivia questions can assist with the conversation, especially at tables where not everyone knows each other. I’m a big fan of progressive dinners, food from all around the world, family style or interactive dessert stations are my favorites.

Favors are traditional little gifts to your guests, to say thank you for coming. However, 10, 15 years ago, weddings didn’t offer all of the goodies they have now. From cigar bars, flip flops to pashminas, cell phone charging places, etc. Favors are not a must these days.

Assigned seating.. I hear from brides that would like to keep their reception casual and not assign seats. I can understand that, however, it ends being fairly messy when guests start to run to tables and reserve them and then it turns out that some friends don’t fit at the table and chairs are being moved around, glasses are being picked up, etc. If you don’t want to assign seats, just assign tables. You can give the tables names, number them, use your favorite vacation spots, celebrity names, train stops, books, wines, the list is endless.

The DIY and rustic-vintage revolution brings a lot of ideas for the reception but shouldn’t your ceremony be the most important part of your wedding day? Ceremonies are getting shorter and shorter and most interest is spent on the reception. Re-think and make the ceremony a part of you, let the guests learn about you and your story, incorporate friends or family members to do a reading or sing a song, make it “younique”. Have your pet walk down the aisle, leave notes for your guests, have your guests write you a note on a rock during the ceremony, offer hairpins for your ladies, boutonnieres for the men, personalize your song selection, plant a tree, have your guests be set up in a circle.

You all know, I love champagne and I love it when couples choose to welcome their guests with a glass of prosecco or champagne of choice, it again, sets the tone for the day. It is a special day!

Not everybody can make it to your wedding? Did some guests travel from another country to be with you? Include them in your welcome toast, ceremony or other ways. Find alternatives that can be used for your ring pillow or change up the entrance of the ring bearer and flower girls.

Rental items.. I won’t go there today, that will be another chapter one time. Selections are endless, be mindful of your budget.

Invest in your food, your photo and videography team, your music, have a stunning bouquet and dress!

My husband and I decided not to do gifts on our wedding day but looking back, I wish I would have done a boudoir shoot, what do you think? I guess there is still time..

If you are thinking about a midnight snack, even if it will be served before midnight, do it! I can only recommend it, guests go crazy over food in the later part of the evening, especially if you have a lot of your friends attend. Cookies, Pretzels, Mini Pizzas, Sliders, Mini Tacos, anything works. I’m a big fan!

When the wedding day approaches, don’t forget to do some yoga in the morning, play some golf, have a brunch with close friends and make enough time to enjoy every minute of your day. It will go by too fast


I receive a lot of inquiries from college students and others who want of find a new career and they ask if I have availability for an internship or a “start up job”.

Recently, I asked one of my interns to describe her view and what it takes to get to where you want to be. Please enjoy!

….Being in the wedding coordination industry is an extremely rewarding job. Not only do you get to help two people with one of the happiest days of their lives, you also get to have fun while doing it. It is a lot of work to be a primary wedding coordinator and every great coordinator has their partner in crime. I have been lucky enough to work with Sandy and her team at Strings & Champagne Events as an intern during 2014 and then as an assistant wedding coordinator in 2015.

It’s not always an easy thing to be 2nd in command when it comes to weddings. You need to know just as much and of all the details and answers to questions that could arise. As an assistant you should also be able to see what needs to be done without being asked. There are so many things that can be done to make sure you are a successful assistant for the right event planning company. To be an assistant wedding coordinator, you must be prepared for what it entails. You must be ready to give up weekends and evenings. It is also important to remember that, if a wedding coordinator asks you to help at a certain event, they are counting on you being there. You won’t just shadow Sandy and her team, you are critically involved in making this wedding successful! This was one of the best parts, I felt that I was needed AND I learned a lot!

I decided that I wanted to know as much about the different event planning companies before contacting them so I researched various ones fully before finding Strings & Champagne Events. I believe that you should take time to research different coordinators to make sure you and that person have the same style. Schedule a time to meet with the coordinator to get a feel for how they conduct their business and then have a trial run with that coordinator at a wedding. At my first wedding with Strings & Champagne Events, it was so nerve-wracking because it was our trial wedding to see if I would mesh well with the team. The time was filled with decorating, watching, listening and making sure everything was done according to plan and efficiently. When I left that evening, I was so excited as I drove home, reviewing the evening in my head and I knew that I had found my calling. Since that first night I have been working with Sandy and her team on several weddings and different events and every event has been as wonderful as the first. All of the weddings I have had the opportunity to work with her on have been different and creative in their own way and all so rewarding.

Over the past two years, I have been lucky to find my place within Strings & Champagne Events and I can’t wait to see where it goes from here. – Elena


Elena has been fortunate to take her career to the next level. She has worked for the Sacramento Convention Center and is now an event planner with the Crocker Art Museum.


There are so many little details to remember while planning your wedding. Rest assured, most of them will be handled by your wedding planner but here are some things, you will want to remember to bring to your wedding venue:

  • An Overnight Bag with your cosmetics, tooth brush, etc
  • Comfortable getting-ready-clothes
  • Tip envelopes
  • Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
  • Stationary for photographer
  • Family heirlooms
  • Emergency Kit
  • Extra shoes
  • Your vows, rings, marriage license
  • Your dress and all other accessories to go with
  • Don’t skip breakfast

Most of all, enjoy your day. Make sure your wedding planner gives you enough time for everything. Don’t be rushed!