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Breaking Down the Different Types of Wedding Planners

When planning your big day, it’s helpful to be in the right hands. We spoke with four expert planners who broke down the different types of planning packages. Below, Luke Wilson of Luke Wilson Events outlines the definition of “full planning.”

Full Planning

When booking full service, expect your planner to lead the way. “Our clients are typically selecting their own attire and their own accommodations (with our guidance),” Wilson says. “Other than that, we handle it all from start to finish.” This service is best for busy brides who are comfortable trusting a professional with guidance and selection, knowing her planner will bring her the best in availability and quality.

Planner’s Duties

  • Set budget
  • Establish timeline
  • Determine aesthetic
  • Set up event
  • Break down event

Bride’s Duties 

  • Select attire
  • Select accommodations

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