(Closed) Wedding Planner – Can it equal savings?

posted 8 years ago in Toronto
Post # 3
228 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

@Lene-GTA:  You wont really get a “deal” in the end.. If you do everything yourself, you’ll probably spend the same amount of money than if you got a “discount” from a wedding planner and then paid their fees. That is what I have seen from my friends who have gotten married.

Happy planning!

Post # 4
1438 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

depends also if you get a full, partial, or day of coordinator.   

Most just charge a flat fee…. I’m assuming it’s the ones that are specific to certain venues.  If you find an independant one they may charge based on budget.   

Post # 5
33 posts
  • Wedding: August 2014

From what I’ve read, you should get one with a flat fee. Cuz otherwise they might have incentive to upsell you at every turn…

Post # 6
7 posts
  • Wedding: May 2015

My wedding planner saved us a ton on our venue booking. If you find the right one with the right connections it could make a huge difference!

Post # 7
4554 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

We got a DOC, so really it’s costing us more, but saving us sanity. At this point, knowing I can (probably) relax and not have to worry on the day of is priceless.

Post # 8
3976 posts
Honey bee

@Lene-GTA:  With your wedding budget, I don’t think you’re going to save money necessarily by booking a planner. A wedding planner is usually a luxury buy that saves you time, headache, and looks out for you. Just FYI, my wedding planner costs $6,500 alone, and with them I found a venue that would save me $10K on my wedding, that I wouldn’t have heard about otherwise, but I didn’t hire them necessarily for that, I hired them because I’m too busy to plan a wedding otherwise

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