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Your Biggest Investment: A Wedding Planner

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Congratulations on your engagement!

A wedding is a once in a lifetime event worth spending for. A dream that is not carefully planned can quickly turn into a disaster. A wedding planner will make sure that your dreams do come true and that your event goes on without a hitch. Hiring a professional wedding coordinator to arrange and organize your dream wedding is important.

You need a well-trained and highly proficient team to:

  1. Plan and conceptualize the pre-nuptial and the day of event;
  2. Provide budgeting of the wedding essentials and
  3. Effectively implement the well-planned coordination services months before the event.

Kiss and Tell Weddings has been in the events and wedding coordination services industry for more than 10 years. Kiss and Tell Weddings is a recommended member of The Knot and Wedding Wire. Trust us to provide you with:

  • Professional and well-trained staff! We will plan, conceptualize, organize and handle your dream wedding.
  • Fast, complete and quality service. You will have nothing to complain or worry about, because we will address any issue that may arise.
  • Flat fee pricing (additional hours/services will add to final price). Monthly payments accepted.
  • Reliable and seasoned wedding planners and coordinators that are worth every penny of your wedding budget.

For more details and information on how we can assist with planning your big day, please call/text us at 405-309-9311. No obligation, just a quick call to gather more information to see how we can assist you!

I look forward to hearing from you!

Myiesha


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