For most couples, their wedding day is the best day of their lives. It’s where family and friends gather and witness a union that hopefully lasts a lifetime. While some couples are perfectly content with a simple ceremony and an intimate reception with their closest friends, there are those who want a big celebration complete with all the bells and whistles.
Hiring a wedding planner will help couples make the wedding prep more convenient. Top luxury wedding planners in the U.K. such as Aimee Dunne have a long list of suppliers and third-party vendors as their partners. This makes it easy for them to get in touch with cake makers, balloon suppliers, bands, hosts, caterers and other suppliers of wedding essentials. They also have connections with hotels and upscale venues for really big and lavish gatherings.
Extravagance and Opulence
There are various levels and degrees of luxury. However, the venue is an essential concern when planning a big wedding. It must be large enough to accommodate the wedding entourage as well as family and guests. Second, you must book it ahead of time because wedding venues are in high demand. If the wedding will take place during the summer, expect garden venues to be unavailable.
Once you secure the venue, it will be easier to plan the rest of the elements: food, decoration, entertainment, hosts, and so on.
Outfitting the Bride and Groom
The bride’s dress, the groom’s suit as well as dresses for the entire entourage is a major part of the wedding prep. In some cases, finding the perfect dress alone can take months. Some brides opt to buy off-the-rack designer wedding dresses, while some insist on having a customised dress made just for them. In lavish weddings, it’s also customary to cover the cost of the dresses and suits of the entire entourage. This can cost thousands of pounds, and you need to prepare months ahead.
A highly reliable planner or team of coordinators will ensure that details, deadlines, and requirements are all met. This gives the couple more time to enjoy their very special day instead of stressing out over the event.