We have separated 6 very important tips for you to make the right choice:
1} Search, Search And Search More.
No contracting without doing a lot of research first. Look for references (preferably brides, remember that competitors may not be very fair when mentioning another professional), research about the advisor, find out what courses he has taken and if he is updating himself.
Always remember: experience and preparation are different things. Experience is very important, but be careful not to hire someone with years of experience but little preparation and no updates. New professionals also enter the market every day with new and updated ideas and fresh courses in mind. Therefore, what you should take into consideration in the first place is always the professional’s preparation and security – also, see if he is not with outdated ideas or very different from yours. If possible, talk to brides who have already married and used the service, recommendations from other customers provide security and peace of mind so that you do not discover certain problems on your wedding day. Check the level of satisfaction and if all the agreement has been fulfilled.
2} Do Not Choose For Value
First, put it very deep in your mind that the whole event depends on the capacity of this professional and see how much you are willing to spend. The value should not be the deciding factor; remember that often cheap is expensive, and quality and low price rarely go together.
The ceremonialist also has a lot of expenses in the organization of a wedding, such as gasoline, maintenance of a vehicle, thousands and thousands of phone calls, often to other cities or cell phones, internet, email, in short … you believe that the advisor is a SERVICE-only professional, without identifying all the PRODUCTS that are embedded in this provision of services and that demand a high maintenance cost.
Do a price search; there is nothing wrong with saving, but be aware if the value is well below average. Remembering that there are several advisory packages (of the day, of the week, complete … we will talk more about that in another moment), so when comparing, be aware of the services included in these.
3} Book Interviews
Talk to some advisors in person and find out if there is an affinity. This professional will spend a lot of time with you during the preparations, so a good relationship is very important. Talk a lot before the decision to find out if the advisor is friendly and easily accepts your ideas. A bit of awkwardness on the first date can turn into something much worse in the moment of pressure.
4} Ask For Detailed Budgets
Always in writing, the budget must be detailed so that you can compare the advisors better, knowing well what each one offers. In addition to facilitating research, you check whether the most expensive budget has too many services or not.
5} Take All Your Questions
Don’t be embarrassed about asking questions that may seem obvious; you may be surprised at the answers. Only leave the meeting when everything is clear, and you have understood all the details. It is very common in meetings with brides looking for the advice of the week – which is indicated for those who already have all the details solved and needs the help of an advisor to organize and supervise the execution of the event – the bride says, “My God, it’s a lot of detail! I didn’t know all that was missing! “. For this reason, generally, the most suitable consultancy is the complete one, which accompanies you from the beginning.