by Rebecca Castano-Mander from Celebratzio Events
- Owner of Celebratzio Weddings
- Studied at MCGUIRE College
- Assists with Event Management at Brave Hearts
Generally What Information Should I Provide to Cooperate Seamlessly with the Planner and Have a Perfect Wedding?
Firstly, the word perfect is absolutely in the eye of the beholder. Perfect to me is when the Bride and Groom say I do. If hired as a Planner I request a meeting with the couple, I need an idea of budget, theme, colour, likes and dislikes. How many guests, any suppliers they already may be interested in and their details and the couples contact details. From there, I do... Read More »
Can a DIY Wedding Save More Money?
Yes it can, but on the flip side opting for DIY can cost you alot more. DIY is attractive because of the low cost, but if you calculate the materials involved in a basic centrepiece for example and in addition to the time you'll spend on it, it may work out less expensive to hire. If you're crafty, have spare time & patience and a bargain hunter, a DIY store... Read More »
Do We Send Thank You Notes to Guests Who Didn’t Bring Gifts?
Yes. As a post wedding gesture to thank everyone for celebrating your special moment in life. Rebecca Castano-Mander
What Should We Expect at the First Meeting With Wedding Planner?
Be prepared to have as much information as possible, for example have a mood mood of colours, themes, venues, gowns, cakes etc. Anything that creates your dream wedding in your head and a Wedding Planner can then commence organising it in line with your actual budget. Rebecca Castano - Mander
How can I have a Romantic Wedding?
First - what does Romance mean to you? Write down words that connect with tou on some paper. Is it textures, lighting, food, colours. Whatever you write down, those are the elements to incorporate into your Wedding. For example if you write candlight picnic, incorporate an area with some furniture, soft candles or warm fairylights, and petite desserts or canapes. Rebecca Castano - Mander
Is It Easier to Have the Service and Reception in One Venue?
Its easier logistically and for guests. But, at the same location you may have timing restrainints etc Rebecca Castano - Mander
What Is the Popular Type of Seating Style for the Wedding Reception?
Popular right now is rustic and rustic is normally long rectangle trestle tables with 20 people on each side. Bride table running width ways and each guest table running length ways towards them. My personal favourite is a round horseshoe. Designed more for the elegant and formal style weddings. It features a beautiful centrepiece, round table seating 8 people, so there is a gap of two people and allows every... Read More »