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  • I enjoy the spontaneity that wedding planning brings and getting to know people over time.

  • We get to know each other well and I'm totally committed to seeing my clients through to their wedding day.

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Biography

My name is Karis Miller. I was born in Austin Texas. After working for three years in corporate event planning including industry conferences and PR events, I enrolled at Babson College, Massachusetts to complete a degree in business and entrepreneurship. Whilst at college, I assisted other wedding planners and came to know that every aspect of wedding planning suited my skills and personality. On graduation, I started my wedding planning business and after five years, I'm still passionate about my work.

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Services

Leave everything to us with our full service wedding planning package. We will help you sort out your thoughts and ideas for your big day. We can offer design suggestions for your dress, venue, flowers all the way through to your wedding stationery. The save-the-date cards and invitations will be addressed, stamped and mailed for you and we will take care of the responses too. We will always be available to contact, whether you have questions or want to calm your nerves.

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Full Services Plan

This is a sample full-service wedding plan. Listed in date order starting about one year before the date of the wedding. Planner-services meetings with the couple with regards to venue and vendor coordination were unlimited through the planning process. The couple were also able to contact a consultant and their assistant via phone or e-mail at any time throughout the planner-services contract

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Helpful Questions

Even though hiring a planner is an added cost, they often end up saving you money in the long run. The right wedding planner will certainly save you time and stress. Before interviewing potential wedding planners, you should have set your budget, the number of guests you will be inviting and your preferred wedding date. If you have a vision for your wedding, share that with the wedding planner too.

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Contact

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HELPFUL QUESTIONS


Even though hiring a planner is an added cost, they often end up saving you money in the long run. The right wedding planner will certainly save you time and stress. Before interviewing potential wedding planners, you should have set your budget, the number of guests you will be inviting and your preferred wedding date. If you have a vision for your wedding, share that with the wedding planner too. After you've heard the answers to your questions, you'll know in your gut whether the wedding planner is a good fit for you. You'll be spending a lot of time together, so you want to get it right. Here are some questions to ask your potential wedding planner:
1. Are you available to help us plan our wedding on this particular date? If so, do you anticipate any issues with the date such as weather, travel for our guests or difficulty booking a venue or anything else?
2. Are you a certified wedding planner or a member of any wedding associations?
3. How long have you been in business? How many weddings of my size and budget have you planned? When was your last one?
4. Have you worked at the venue or with the vendors I have in mind? What are the pros and cons of each?
5. Are we required to book only the vendors you recommend or are we free to hire someone even if you have not worked with them before?
6. Who are your favorite florists, bands, caterers, stationers, DJ and officiants? Do you take a commission or discount from any of the vendors you would refer us to?
7. Will you be present at all of the vendor meetings and will you assist us in reviewing all of the vendor contracts and making sure everything is in order? If issues arise with the vendors before, during or after our wedding, will you handle them or are we responsible for this?
8. What role do you feel I should play?
9. How many weddings do you handle each month? How many staff do you enlist to help, and what are their qualifications?
10. How do you handle challenging situations? How aggressively do you negotiate? How would you handle something like a groomsman who's gone AWOL?
11. Do you offer different wedding planner package options or is everything customized based on what we’re looking for?
12. Will you be the person on site the day of our wedding or will it be another planner? How many assistants will you have?
13. May I see your client and vendor references? Would you mind if I phoned a few of them?
14. How do you charge? Is there a flat rate? Are there add-ons? What exactly do the costs entail?
15. In case of any unforeseen circumstance that prevents you from being at our wedding, who will be the backup planner? What are their qualifications?
16. What is your refund or cancellation policy?

Planning a wedding is like running a company.
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