When first-time home buyers house hunt, they often turn to their parents for guidance. Why? Parents are viewed as a resource because they have done this before. The same logic should apply to wedding planning.
A wedding planner is an expert in the field, knows the right questions to ask and the process it takes to make a successful event- this is one person you'll want on your team.
...or lack thereof. Though wedding planning can be a lot of fun, there are inevitable occurrences that will make the process a little stressful. A wedding planner is there to guide you through this process, reminding you that the emotions that you are experiencing are normal, and can provide sound advice for handling almost any wedding-related frazzle.
You should enjoy yourself on your wedding day, not worry about all of the details. Your wedding planner can handle all of the logistics while you enjoy the day with family and friends. As the bride (or groom!), you shouldn't be worrying about who is lighting the candles before guests sit down or where they will put their cards and gifts.
Pinterest is fantastic, but can often provide so many ideas that you being to get confused about what you wanted in the first place. A wedding planner can not only help hone in on the real focus and vision of your event, but can make sure it goes off with flawless execution.
Believe it or not, people are not joking when they say that planning a wedding is time consuming. Not only do you need to coordinate with two sets of family and friends, but there are other vendors and schedules involved. Instead, let a planner step in and handle the more tedious