1. Be a “sounding board” for your ideas – Friends are often good at this, but may lack the wedding experience to know what will and won’t work. Worse yet, if they’re a past bride, they may simply be recommending a clone of their own wedding. A bridal coach will listen to your ideas, provide advice and often suggest other ideas that have worked well at other weddings.
2. Provide you with a list of good quality suppliers – Coming up with the ideas is fun. Knowing how to find the suppliers to turn them into reality can be the tricky part. Having a list of reliable Wedding Industry suppliers that work within a range of budgets will remove a huge amount of your researching time.
3. Check the run sheet for your day – There are so many things that occur on a wedding, and each takes longer than you think. Plus you may have 200 guests to take into consideration. Your Bridal Coach will step you through each part of the day, and assist you in understanding how much time is needed for each activity, as well as the order that will work best.
4. Give you an Action Plan – Dont forget, you don’t have to do it all yourself. Bridesmaids, groomsmen and family members are there to help. So they should be included in the Action Plan as well, to ensure everyone knows what is expected of them, and give them plenty of time to get it organised.
5. Save you money – One bad decision can not only ruin your day, it can also cost you a lot of money! You don’t need everything and often there isn’t enough time to do it all. By providing a list of good quality suppliers that provide Value for Money, a Bridal Coach should save you money across your whole wedding investment.