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What the wedding planner needs to know about the ceremony

This is probably one of the most crucial parts to the wedding as a whole. If your client does not have the proper place to hold the wedding ceremony than nothing else can take place, which is why it is important to get these details taken care of as soon as possible.

Your clients will be very excited to get the ball rolling on their wedding. It is a very important time in their lives and more than likely will have many ideas and thoughts about how to get moving on this major event.

As the wedding planner, you need to slow them down; take control of the situation and steer your clients toward the proper way to set up the wedding ceremony.


First of all, the wedding ceremony dates need to be confirmed.

Without have the location, time, and marrying official set in place, it is impossible to make any of the other arrangements either. This is the most important task that needs to be taken place right away. If the wedding ceremony will be held in a religious site, than the religious official needs to be contacted. Do not just assume that since the church is right down the road that you will be able to book the wedding site. Many factors come into play such as; the time of year might prohibit certain parts of the wedding from happening. For example, your client might want to write their own vows but the church finds the rewrites unacceptable given the religious time of year the church is observing.

As the wedding planner, you should know that it could take some careful negotiating and sensitivity to the church in order to secure the location for your clients. If you happen to know a religious official from another church, it might be a good idea to have this person introduce you to the individuals that run the church where your clients want to have their wedding.

These are a few ideas and ways to avoid the pitfalls dealing with the wedding ceremony and the church officials of the wedding site. By establishing great relations with these individuals, you will be able to negotiate for more aspects to add to a wedding in the future.


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