Time Saving Wedding Tip: Choosing Wedding Vendors

Time saving wedding planning tips from Jamie Chang, Destination Wedding Planner of Mango Muse Events and creator of Passport to Joy the online step by step wedding planning course for couples

While weddings are on hold for a little while, wedding planning is not. And it shouldn’t be!

There are still so many things you can do to plan your wedding even in these weird and uncertain times.

And if we’re being honest, planning your wedding can also be a great project to focus on right now.

But, it doesn’t make it any easier.

Don’t worry, we’re going to help you through this! With both wedding planning and COVID-19.

So, today we’ve got a time saving wedding planning tip that’s really helpful for planning right now (or at any time).

I know that time can also be a little weird right now, but with this tip you can use your time wisely. And everybody wants that.

HOW TO SAVE TIME CHOOSING WEDDING VENDORS

Running for love at a San Francisco wedding by destination wedding planner Mango Muse Events creator of Passport to Joy the online wedding planning course for couples
(Photo credit: VAS Photo)

A good chunk of your time spent planning your wedding is centered around finding and choosing your wedding vendors.

And it makes sense. These are the people who will help you to execute your vision.

You have to like them, trust them and feel comfortable with them.

And that process can take a while.

But, it shouldn’t take all your time. Or more time than necessary.

So, here’s a pro tip to help you save time…

Narrow the field.

Bride and groom arms around each other walking together in a field at their Sonoma wedding by destination wedding planner Mango Muse Events creator of Passport to Joy, the online wedding planning course for couples
(Photo credit: Arrowood Photography)

You’ll need to spend time researching, reaching out and talking to your vendors in order to find the right one.

And you shouldn’t shortcut that process.

But, the more vendors you put through the process, the longer it will take.

So, instead narrow the field. Narrow the field and instead of looking at many, focus on the few.

With each step you take in the process of choosing wedding vendors, you’ll want to narrow the field.

So, when you research, be specific in your research. Use keywords and search in places (online and offline) that fit your style.

Because then, you’re already looking at a more defined set of options.

Then, once you’ve chosen a few (not many) wedding vendors you like, reach out to the ones you like the most.

Depending on their responses and who feels like a good fit, you’ll want to set up a time to talk with the one, two or three that you feel the best about.

What you’re doing here is reducing the amount of time you need to spend on each vendor. Because instead of casting a wide net, you’re focusing instead on a few.

And while a few can sound limiting, in fact it’s liberating.

Because these few are a good fit for you.

And wouldn’t you rather spend your time on a few vendors that are good vs many that are all over the board? Of course you would!

Because then you can spend the time to really get to know them instead of rushing through it.

Narrowing the field not only saves you valuable time, but it helps you to find the right fit.

Because you’re focused.

And focusing makes it easier to not only find the right wedding vendors, but choose the right wedding vendors.

And in the end, that’s what we all want. An awesome team to help you create your awesome wedding.

So, as you’re going through this process of choosing wedding vendors, make sure you narrow the field.

Now, I know planning a wedding right now can be hard. Harder than before. If there was ever a time to get help, it’s now.

Let us help you, so that you don’t have to be on your own. You can get started today right here.

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