Post # 1
I’m a wedding planner/organizer by profession. Truth be told, I don’t have that much experience in the industry but I’m doing the best I can. We will be working on a wedding next month with a foreign couple. I’m usually the one who handles everything on behalf of the bride during the day so I need some tips and advice on how to handle brides from foreign countries. Do they need special accommodations? What are the kinds of services they are used to when under pressure? What kind of snacks should I offer them during breaks or when they’re hungry? Thanks so much in advance.
Post # 2
Foreign like from where? If you’re more specific you might get more answers! Good luck
Post # 3
What a random question lol. ‘Foreign’ – what does that even mean? ‘Foreign’ to what?
And surely you would ask the bride what she requires – not every ‘foreigner’ is the same.
Post # 4
Where are you from and what is “foreign” to you? You posted a lot of good questions that SHE can answer.
Post # 5
The person’s country/region and religion may influence their decisions – but even then, every couple has their own desires for their wedding. Talk to them! Just being “foreign” doesn’t mean much.
Post # 6
Good luck on that! I think you could suggest some places to stay that are close to you or the place they’re looking for but not accomodate it. But you should provide them with the transportation only. And about the food, you could just ask them what they feel like having and take them to the restaurant fitting their preferences.
Post # 7
skilledcreator : You should be asking the bride and groom about their needs and desires. No one knows what “foreign” means to you unless you clarify. I don’t even know if you mean “forgein” as in geographically unfamiliar with the region she is having her wedding and in need of special attention (a “destination wedding” bride) or someone whose culture you aren’t familiar with and want to respect — which would require you to elaborate on your circumstances and learn.