Guest Blog: Karolina of Weddings by Karolina
When you work in the wedding world, you see it all, hear it all, and prepare for all. As a bride-to-be, wouldn’t you want some advice coming straight from the experts?
Starting this week, we will be bringing you posts written by some of our favorite vendors.
DJ’s, photographers, and more, will be giving their personal perspective on some of the most important factors to one of the most important days. This week we start with Karolina Warren of Weddings by Karolina. Karolina is a charismatic and knowledgeable wedding coordinator we have the pleasure of working with frequently.
Here are a few things Karolina finds most important when picking your own wedding coordinator!
- Wedding Coordinators can save you money! You cannot put a price on experience. Since we’re constantly working with different vendors we know who can give you a great deal, who the best vendors are, and more importantly, who the best vendors are for you! You also want to enjoy your day and be stress free the weeks leading up to your special day. Why not put it into the Wedding Coordinator’s hands, and just enjoy it like you’ve always dreamed about. Don’t worry about calling your vendors, setting up place cards, making sure your florist is setting up centerpieces. Sit back get pampered and marry the love of your life. Time is money! Having a partner in planning with the professional know-how will cut down on time significantly.
- Make sure you’re hiring a Certified Wedding Coordinator like me, certified from the Association of Bridal Consultants. All members need to meet (and often surpass) guidelines, so you know you are getting a quality coordinator.
- Meet the Coordinator in person to look at her portfolio and get all the information on what exactly is included in their package pricing and contracts. You want to make sure both your styles blend.
- Make sure you get along with the coordinator and like their personality because remember, you may be working with this person throughout your entire wedding planning process.
– By Karolina Warren