Leave It To the Pros
Posted: Wednesday, Apr. 03, 2013
Brides, you are tasked with an enormous challenge. Planning your dream event, from making your budget stretch to coordinating day-of logistics, is a job that many have pursued as a career. Wedding professionals have dedicated their livelihoods to these tasks, to furthering their education and being the best they can be in their fields. Professional planners design hundreds of events andeven thencontinue to learn and grow as they go.
Think about it: in what other way are we asked to do the job of a professional, and do it well? Were not asked to swap jobs with anyone else, so why should you have to go it alone when it comes to planning the most important day of your life?
This is a day you cant get back and you cant redo. Trust the professionals to do what theyve trained to do and enjoy your role: getting married and celebrating your love with those closest to you.
Carolina Bride is thrilled to be a part of the work Charlotte Wedding Insider is doing. With an expert bridal panel of the top pros in Charlotte to answer questions, you will learn the ins and outs you need to know to be sure youre hiring the best of the best. Ever hesitate to ask a question at a consultation because you feel like its too obvious, or your concerned youre just going to end up spending more money? At this panel, the experts are anonymous. Trust me, theyre the best, and theyll give you sound advice without any pressure to book. Check out more information here.
In this issue, youll find amazing cakes, gorgeous real weddings, and a stunning spread of an edgy, rocknroll inspired wedding. You wont find stuffy heretake an idea or two from the vision of Carolina Wedding Design, captured by the fantastic Nathan Abplanalp. I was amazed by what these professionals were able to do when given a vision and told to run with it. You will be blown away by the modern glamour. Happy planning!
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