When I say Wedding Planner, what comes to mind? People in suits with earpieces yelling at everyone in American movies? Well, I’d say yes and no. Well, of course they don’t shout at everyone, but they do sometimes use walkie-talkies. But who are these people? That is what we are going to find out.


         Where does the business come from?


As you’d expect, it’s a profession that comes to us straight from the United States. It first appeared in the 1900s-1920s, but remained little-known until 1950. That’s when it really began to take hold. Today, 85% of brides and grooms use a wedding planner. This is the norm in the United States.

In France, it’s not quite the same. The profession is still largely unknown, and for good reason: it only made its debut in France in 2002, which explains why it hasn’t yet taken root. Only 10% to 15% of brides and grooms use the services of a wedding planner, but this figure is rising all the time.

But let’s get down to business: what’s the role of a wedding planner?


The role of a Wedding Planner 


The role of a Wedding Planner, as the name suggests, is to organize weddings. The aim is to work with the bride and groom to decide which direction to take, and then to do everything possible to organize the wedding of their dreams. The Wedding Planner then takes care of finding the right service providers, drawing up a year-long planning schedule, making phone calls, setting up appointments… In fact, she’s the link between the bride and groom and the service providers. The Wedding Planner also ensures that the wedding budget is not exceeded, so that the bride and groom have no unpleasant surprises. He or she is also there to give you tips and advice on the latest trends, or to come up with original ideas.


What about the D-day?


On the wedding day, the Wedding Planner coordinates the day. A schedule will be drawn up in advance to ensure that the day runs smoothly. She’s also the master of time, making sure everything starts on time. She’s also there to direct guests if necessary, and to assist the bride and groom throughout the day, managing entertainment and surprises. In fact, she’s the Swiss Army knife of the day.

Our objective? To make sure that everything runs smoothly, and to handle the unexpected discreetly, so that the bride and groom can enjoy their day to the full.



In short, a Wedding Planner takes care of most of the organization of your wedding according to your guidelines, so you get all the benefits of organization. All you have to do is approve the suppliers, organize the tastings and enjoy your day, while the Wedding Planner ensures that everything runs smoothly on the big day.



Are you convinced?

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