Your wedding day – it’s fast approaching, and you’ve been scrambling around like mad to get everything in order for the big day. Even if you’ve already chosen the guest list, found a venue and selected what you and your spouse will be wearing, there’s still so much more that needs to be done – in particular you need to decide on the vendors for your wedding. You’ll need a photographer, a caterer, someone to make floral arrangements, and entertainment for your guests during the reception; the idea of finding solutions to these problems can be overwhelming at the very least. To that end here are some tips for making it easier on you when it comes to selecting vendors for your wedding in a way that won’t drive you completely mad.
Go With Who You – Or Someone Else – Knows
If you already happen to know exactly which vendors you’re going to use, that’s quite a relief. You’ve cut out the majority of the stress planning your wedding can bring you. However, for the rest of us who don’t know who to choose you could do worse with using the recommendations of the venue you’ve chosen for your reception. The staff of most wedding venues can shed some serious light on which of the local vendors they’ve worked with and have the most experience providing services for your wedding. However, from caterers to florists to entertainment providers the list of recommended vendors can be quite large and might take you quite some time to go through – unless you know an even better way.
The Online Option
The internet is an excellent source of information for any number of wedding vendors. In fact you can often find consumer review sites for vendors specific to your area as well; If you’re looking for an Adelaide photographer for example it couldn’t be easier to find an online review site and simply look up all the different photography studios in the Adelaide area. They’ll be ranked by rating and will usually be accompanied by sometimes very detailed customer reviews that can provide some highly useful insights to anyone else thinking of choosing that particular photographer for their big day. At the very least you can easily cross off any low-ranked or poorly reviewed photography studios from your list, narrowing the field to the point where a final decision is much easier.Read More