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Vendor Booking Priority List #2

Let us finish our conversation about vendors and their booking order...

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Wedding vendors are the professionals that you hire for your wedding day. Sometimes these vendors will also help you with pre-wedding events (engagement parties, engagement photos, bridal shower caterer, etc). They are your reference guides, your sounding boards, and are there to look out for your best interests.

Priority List #2:
Florist
Be open to all options that they present to you. You may be introduced to some ideas that you have not thought of. Do not forget to have a pre-set budget in mind!

Baker
What type of cake would like? How many tiers? More than 1 flavor?  Research, interview, taste test, and hire your cake baker. Budget is important here…the more elaborate your cake(s), the higher the cost due to labor and supplies.

Stationer
This person (or company) will design all of your stationery needs. {Invitations, Thank You Cards, Maps, Save the Dates, Reply cards, Place Cards, etc.}

Rentals
How many chair covers will you need? Bows? Table linens? Reserve your rentals and check the delivery schedule. Will they arrive in time or do you need to pay an expedited shipping fee?


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We look forwarding to working with you!

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