Planning Your Wedding

Planning your wedding can be stressful if you plan on DIY. You have to deal with the vendors trying to negotiate your price to fit your budget and needs and even after that you are still not guaranteed to receive the level of service you expect. Just a few months ago I had a bride that decided to hire a limo company to take her to the church, just because it was a friend of one of her family members. Needless to say the limo company left her stranded for two hours. Most brides don’t realize that planning their wedding can be a bit overwhelming especially if you are trying to juggle your job and personal life and in some cases even may have multiple jobs or attend school. If you are considering planning your own wedding we suggest you have a wedding planner to assist you.

Whether you are looking for a full wedding coordination or just the Day-Off Coordination we are here to help you, this way you are sure to enjoy your wedding day. The purpose of having a wedding planner is essential, you don’t want to be stressing out the day of your wedding making sure your flowers came in on time, if they came out the way you wanted them to be and if your cake has the topper, or if your favors and the place cards are arranged properly and you most definitely want to enjoy every minute not having to worry if your out-of-town guests will make it to your wedding without getting lost. Why go through the stress when you can just sit back relax and let Weddings 411, Inc. take care of planning your wedding so that you can enjoy every minute of your special day.

We have been working in the industry for over 10 years and can assure you will not have to worry about a thing. We work with South Florida’s top wedding professionals and only provide the best quality and best of all we work with all kinds of budgets. We offer complimentary consultations, and handle every detail of your wedding! Find us on Facebook and follow us on twitter for the latest news and wedding Ideas.


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