So many decisions to make. All of those wedding vendors you need to contact. Lots to do — wedding planning begins. Consider an all-inclusive wedding package if you are a bride and groom considering a destination wedding or want to do more of a one-stop shopping wedding experience. This option may provide all the wedding details or wedding inspiration that you need. If you are a bride or groom who does not want to choose every last detail of their day, this could be the perfect option for your wedding day. You may consider hiring a wedding planner and having their professional team curate your wedding services. Probably the choice which will guide many of the remaining decisions will be selecting the wedding venue. Keep this in mind when choosing a wedding venue the style, size, theme, and location will be significant factors in the option of vendors from which you have to choose. Many venues provide their own “in-house” wedding coordinator who will know the answers to almost any question you might have regarding what is needed. Having worked within a wedding network of other professionals, they can make recommendations for you based on their experience.
Perhaps you are looking at the pros and cons of doing it yourself (DIY). Is maintaining control of every decision and the anxiety that comes with that on your list of top priorities? That decision is up to the couple, their parents, or their grandparents. Most likely, directly connected to who is paying for what. Even though many people plan and pay individually for the services they choose, you might want to consider purchasing an all-inclusive wedding package.