Engaged Over the Holidays? Time to Start Planning!
December is the most popular time of the year to get engaged. In fact, November through February is considered “proposal season.” If it just happened to you, congratulations!
There are a multitude of resources out there to assist in wedding planning. The most valuable tool that either you or your wedding planner create is a master timeline that outlines what needs to happen when. This will include everything from your engagement party to hair trials, picking wedding favors and ordering flowers. Just look at this detailed breakdown from B Wedding Invitations.
Since entertainment is our speciality, we wanted to share a few tips as you embark on the planning journey for your upcoming wedding!
First thing’s first: You should begin booking entertainment eight months from your wedding date.
There are a number of questions to consider and discuss with your partner first. What music do you want during the ceremony? Do you want a DJ or live band for the reception? What style of music and vibe do you want your reception to have? What about extra experiences for guests (and kids) during the reception?
The good news is that Entertainment Exchange can be a one-stop shop for all your needs. Say you want a romantic string quartet for the ceremony but you want to switch to an energetic band for the reception — we have you covered! You could even create a kids corner and hire a magician or mime to entertain the young ones as their parents dance the night away.
It’s essential to work with a company that understands your budget and is receptive to your wants and needs. An entertainment group with experience will know what questions to ask the venue when it comes to the details like space and lighting, and may even be able to help with production services too.
The entire wedding planning process can be overwhelming, so why not work with qualified vendors and partners to create the event of your dreams.