Briden Wedding Consultants | When do we hire a consultant?
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When do we hire a consultant?

People always ask, “how many weddings does your company do on a weekend?” Seems like a rather logical question but it really isn’t. There are so many components to it. We had one weekend where we did four with different consultants in just one day. Another weekend we did 3 with just one person and back to back weddings. My answer, it depends on the contract. Is it large or small? Are all staff available? Do we have any other contracts? Do they have many vendors or just a few? Not to mention all the other elements we could name. Wedding are all unique, just like the beautiful couples who get married in them. So never delay on hiring your consultant because as time goes on so do the number of contracts.

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