We want to thank you all for continually coming back to the blog and showing us much love. I can't believe we are closely approaching 100k in viewership. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Memi and I have something wonderful in store for our 100000th reader. Hey I'll let her tell you all about it and yes you are right, you have to come back to the blog to find out what it is (LOL). In the meantime a lot of you have been sending us off line messages, asking questions that may be directly related to a blog post and sometimes not, but ALL the time wedding related. So after much brainstorming, we will be starting a new series on the blog called "INDUSTRY REAL TALK". This series would take the time out to address some "burning" questions that some of you may have about wedding and event planning. We will debunk some theories, demystify some myths, uncover some hidden truths, give you some nuggets and definitely address some of the misconceptions about wedding and special events. So we encourage you to ask your questions freely; NO HOLDS BARRED, ask on the blog, on Facebook, Twitter or hit us up by email: email@example.com, and we would do our best to answer your questions (short of given you the key to our vault) as honestly and plainly as we can. Wedding and event professionals we are not leaving you out, we are going to be expecting you to chime in and we know sometimes that may be hard but hey in the spirit of "Educating the Public", please feel free and then again there is always an Anonymous comment.
So let's get to it. This question has come up in the past few months like a million times; ok maybe not a million but I can guarantee it's close. It is the age old question and has almost become cliche but here it goes: "Do I /Should I hire a wedding planner?" Well you know what I am going to say "OF COURSE YOU DO". The next question is "Why". Simple, because you do. Seriously though, would you buy a house without a real estate agent, or build a house without a contractor? You certainly can do so without an agent or contractor however think about the stress, the countless research hours as well as the many mistakes you would have to make, some of them irreversible. So think of your wedding/event as a house. You decide you are going to buy one, then you have to decide what kind of house you want, depending on the city and state you live in the type of house you want would vary in price, you definitely need to have a budget , and you need a good agent/contractor on your side.
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