(Closed) They should have all inclusive weddings. Like one stop wedding shop.

posted 6 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
1542 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@punkin83:  Sometimes I see al I want to do and amaze myself, did I really think of all that? but then I panic thinking if I’ll be able to pull it off.

I love planning I wouldn’t hire a wedding planner even if I could afford it cause this process has been so fun, but that’s me.

If your date’s right you still have time, relax and if something’s too much for you to handle just drop it.

Post # 4
1761 posts
Buzzing bee

Actually, we did find a few places that were exactly that–and hotels often can be. We wanted something more unique though. Don’t worry, the blues will pass! 🙂

Post # 5
1844 posts
Buzzing bee

There are a few places in vegas who do that arn’t there? 

Post # 6
674 posts
Busy bee

It’s funny because we’re looking at a region where this is commonly offered. But, I’ll be honest, it’s everything I don’t want. I don’t want exactly what someone else ordered the day before. I don’t want everything to be cookie cutter so that asking to do something more personalized is a huge deviation from their standard offerings. I’d rather find individuals who can do what I want. If that means paying more, then I’ll just prioritize where the money needs to go.

I don’t really have much faith in someone who advertises that they just happen to “specialize” in everything a wedding could possibly need. That tells me they don’t really specialize in anything.

Post # 7
4803 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

There is a place around here that has that.  It’s a golf course, they advertise the “all inclusive wedding”.  They basically give you some theme options and I think you go from there.  There aren’t as many decisions to make and there is one set price.

Post # 8
5763 posts
Bee Keeper

There’s lots of places that have all inclusive wedding packages, and there’s nothing ‘cookie cutter’ about them. They offer a wide variety of everything so you can customize and get whatever you want.

I wish my daughters had gone that route. It would have been less expensive and a TON less work!

Post # 9
39 posts
  • Wedding: October 2012


@punkin83:  hey date twin 🙂

I’m starting to not get “blues” but anxious! I have most of the big stuff done, and I feel like I should be doing something… I am a major do-ahead type of person, so I may have shot myself in the foot on this one, but I’m looking forward to having more to do. I just set up an appt with a florist and figured out bridesmaid dresses, so that was nice.

As for your blues, maybe you should just stay away from all things wedding related for a couple weeks. Don’t read the blogs, don’t google anything, and no pinterest! Or get back in contact with one of your vendors, someone you really love and ask if they need you to do anything? That’s what I do when I get antsy. Good luck and have fun!

Post # 10
3220 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

we found a few of these and they were all way more expensive! I considered it but even the “it’ll make it so much easier…” factor wasn’t worth the price. (around 10k)

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