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Why do Brides need a Wedding Consultant?

To ease the stress of planning a wedding. Imagine walking down the aisle focused on your soon to be husband instead of wondering if the reception hall is decorated or if the cake arrived on time. With your wedding in the hands of a professional, all you have to focus on is your first Kiss as husband and wife!

Bridal Consultant is a professional whose training, expertise and contacts will help make your wedding as close to perfect as it possibly can be. That is where Kiss and Tell Weddings come in! We will provide advice to couples that are planning a wedding. We will cover all of the planning for the rehearsal, wedding, reception, and the honeymoon.
You can count on Kiss and Tell Weddings to be your:

Advisor

Lifeline to Wedding Vendors

Coordinator

Supervisor

Financial Planner

Mediator

Helping Hand

Wedding Consultants are invaluable to an engaged couple. Do you have 110 hours to plan your wedding, work, finish school, tend to your children, and maintain the household? We didn't think so!
    CALL or TEXT TODAY FOR YOUR FREE WEDDING ASSESSMENT!
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