Become a Top Wedding Planner – Are You Being Served?

 

Server at a Wedding Reception

 

Planning  a wedding reception at a hotel or resort?  Many of them are very open to negotiating great deals during this recession.  If your bride has the budget available, she might be able to book a very nice venue that she once thought was out of her price range.

However, be sure the bride gets a commitment from the venue as to the type of service she expects.  Many hotels are cutting back on their staff in an effort to stay afloat which could mean a reduction in wait staff and a lower level of service overall.   This will not only affect the couple and their guests, but could make your job more difficult as you try to assure that everyone has a good time at the reception.

If you are involved with the bride in negotiating a contact with a venue, make sure lower costs do not mean lower quality.  Be very specific about what you and the bride expect and put everything in writing, especially the number of wait staff per guest the venue commits to having for the bride’s special day.




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    […]   Planning  a wedding reception at a hotel or resort?  Many of them are very open to negotiating great deals during this recession.  If your bride has the budget available, she might be able to book a very nice venue that she once thought was out of her price range. However, be sure the bride gets a commitment from the venue as to the type of service she expects.  Many hotels are cutting back on their staff in an effort to stay afloat which could mean a reduction in wait staff and a lower le Source: http://becomeatopweddingplannerblog.com/become-a-top-wedding-planner-are-you-being-served/ […]

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