My reception venue already has an in-house wedding coordinator, do you think I would really need a wedding planner?
Venue’s in house wedding coordinators and wedding planners are two different professionals with two different jobs.
A wedding coordinator in a venue manages the venue itself and he or she will look mostly at venue’s needs. In example caterers or set up or set off.
A wedding planner is at your service and she or he is your right arm. A wedding planner ensure a fantastic wedding day in Italy!
As the matter of fact, we manage all professionals involved in the wedding day, ceremony, wedding day timelines, set-up, decoration, guests etc. We are your personal directors and your personal assistants on the day. A wedding planner is completely focused on your needs and wishes to make sure that your vision is delivered and nailed. We are here to make you enjoy the day and make sure that all runs smoothly.
Can you plan our destination wedding if we don’t come over to visit in Italy?
How much we will communicate during our wedding planning?
Our goal is to ensure you are always in the loop, feeling confident in the proceedings. We try to keep a very high responsiveness.
Will you be there with us on the day of the wedding up to the end of the party?
This are for our standard contracts but there are also partial ones that do not include our presence on the day if you do not want to. But this needs to be specified accordingly.
Will you work only with professionals you suggest or can you work with professionals we choose and you do not know?
Do you help us with all paperwork for religious and civil wedding ceremonies?
I have been divorced. Can I have a destination wedding in Italy?
Is a civil marriage legal in our own country?
Do you plan same-sex weddings?
Will you eat or drink during the reception and what we need to do to make you comfortable on the day, working for us?
A meal or noursishment is much appreciated to be served during your reception and same for the professionals that are working with and for you.
We will not have any alcohol or join your guests in the bar or on the dance floor.
What is the best time in the year for a destination wedding in Italy?
However if you are thinking about a winter wedding with snow we suggest December, January, February and in some cases even March.