Post # 1
Well, I’m meeting with a wedding planner on Saturday
My wedding is less than 2 months away, so it might be a lost cause now , I don’t know.
I just realized I needed the help, or I would have been on this a long time ago. I realized I needed the help when I cried myself to sleep worrying about the wedding and doing everything myself.
I just moved to the area in which my wedding is being held and I’m completely overwhelmed. I have so much to do and I have no idea where to even start for vendors. I have no one here but my Fiance and he works a ton.
I haven’t even looked at flowers, transportation for guests hasn’t happened yet. I have no one booked for hair and makeup and I don’t even know where to start looking. I have no idea what the itinerary will be for the day. Décor… I’m still lost on.
I’m lost. I really want my mom here :(.
I don’t know if it’s pointless to have her come on board with our wedding now. We’ve got some of the major stuff arranged already. If I could hire someone to be my friend who knows the area, give me feedback and just plain help me plan, I would. At this point a wedding planner just seems like the best option for me now.
I guess what I’m asking is if it’s a waste of her time and mine to get a planner involved so late in the game? What would she do? Is it worth it just to have some peace of mind?
Post # 3
@thursdayschild: I think a planner will help you get a realistic grasp of your options at this point. The planner probably knows a lot of vendors and can help you find vendos still available for your date. A planner can also help you come up with a day of itinerary and take care of all the little crises that come up on your wedding day.
Post # 4
I don’t think its too late.I am sure she will be quite helpful as that’s her job.If you were near me,I would have helped you.Good luck, I am sure it will all work out.
Post # 5
I’ve met some wedding coordinators who tells me that they have brides of all sorts, whether 1 year to plan or 1 month. I see that you’re from Port Huememe. You can contact Sheryal Rozzelle of Unique Elegance. She’s from Santa Barbara area. Good luck!
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
It sounds like you’d absolutely be doing the right thing by getting a wedding planner now because you need the help! You can always ask, and if they can’t do anything they will tell you, but I think you should be fine getting someone.
Post # 7
It’s not too late – I didn’t book my florist, officiant, or hair/makeup until 2 months before the wedding! The planner will be able to find you vendors that you can trust, you’ve got the big stuff taken care of – so as long as you have a venue, food, and music you will be fine 🙂
Post # 8
I agree hiring a planner sounds like the way to go for you. Any planner will be able to arrange a beautiful day in 2 months. Its thier job, just let them do thier thing and everything will be just fine.
Post # 9
I think your planner may just be the friend you need