WHY PLANNER ? : Wedding planners in thailand

WHY PLANNER?

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Many wedding couples who have used wedding planners to coordinate
their ceremonies have found their services to be invaluable. The wedding
planner can be involved with all aspects of the wedding, as is often the
case. However, the degree of the wedding planner’s involvement
depends on whether the couple requires the planner’s comprehensive
planner service or else to play more of an advisory role.

In the second instance, wedding planners can offer inspiration and ideas
for the wedding, drawing on their experience. They can recommend
suitable suppliers for the various aspects of the wedding, saving the time
and energy of the couple.

In the case of total involvement, the wedding planner’s duties cover a
multitude of responsibilities. Chief among these duties are:

  • The planner will choose the reception venue and have the hall
    decorated in the bride’s colours, making sure that all furniture and
    equipment is in good order. The planner is also responsible for the menu
  • The planner will find a photographer and work with the photographer
    to ensure the couple receives the type of photos desired.
  • The planner will order the flowers and invitations as well as the wedding
    cake (if the couple wants)
  • The planner will take care of limousine service and the music (band or DJ).

After arranging these items, the wedding planner will meet with the
wedding couple, explaining those decisions and going over everything
to be sure the couple accepts those choices or wants to change anything.

After consulting with the wedding couple and receiving their feedback,
the wedding planner proceeds with contracting those required services
and requirements. A key responsibility of the planner is to deal with the
various vendors to get the best possible rates for the client. The planner
understands the importance of keeping the wedding costs within the
couple’s stated budget, so the planner’s recommendations will be made
with the budget in mind.

  Wedding planners should have an excellent sense of fashion to ensure that
everything is tasteful and colour-coordinatored and that the theme of the
wedding is reflected throughout.

Of course, at a complicated event like a wedding, things do not always go
exactly as planned. However, with the wedding planner on the scene,
these problems can be controlled. For example, if there is a problem with
any vendor, or if the photographer or DJ fails to show, the planner will have
a backup plan with a replacement on standby. So, in this way the planner
saves the bride the stress of handing wedding day problems.

What makes a good wedding planner?

First, this is a person who is able to remain calm in the face of unexpected
snags and major problems.The planner must be personable and must be
a good negotiator, since the wedding couple depends on the planner to get
them the best service at a price within their budget.

Strong networking skills are essential because by establishing
good connections they can get the best deals. Planners must
have a knowledge of customes and traditions, so important in
many wedding ceremonies. Additionally, they must be capable
in handing finances and be very well organized.

When choosing a wedding planner, check the planner’s website.
Request testimonials or ask to speak to women who used the
planner for their weddings. Shop around and meet with any
planners who you may be considering hiring before committing
to one. Choose a planner you instinctively like, as it is highly
important to have a good relationship with the person who you
are entrusting with your wedding.

Even though the wedding planner will be handing the details
of the wedding, the wedding couple should feel welcome to
show the planner pictures, clipping or examples of images or
concepts that they want to be part of their wedding.
That includes informing the planner of things they do not like,
such as certain colours or types of music.

Choosing a suitable wedding planner can be a key to having a
happy and memorable wedding.

 

Beautiful epic of Rohan and Maala : Indian wedding

Beautiful epic of Rohan and Maala

Whenever we do the Indian wedding, it brings us a lot of inspiration and beautiful moments from the colors, the vibe and the cultures. The wedding was for 3 days and we started our set up from Mhendi where the girls do an authentic hand tattoos, follow by the beautiful wedding ceremony with the huge mandap and beautifully closing at the wedding reception.

 

Indian wedding

Indian weddings are traditionally multi-day affairs, and involve many intricate ceremonies, such as the painting of the hands and feet of the bride called a mehndi. Garlands are presented to guests of honor instead of corsages, and lots of flower or rose petals are thrown for good luck.

The wedding is typically divided into three parts: pre-wedding, main, and post-wedding. The pre-wedding includes all the preparations and a party the night before where each side of the family can meet each other and dance and have fun. A Pandit, who has selected the day of the wedding based on the bride and groom’s horoscopes, conducts a prayer with family members to provide the couple with a happily married life.

 

Indian wedding  The wedding altar (mandapa) is built the day of and the groom is welcomed by his future mother in law where his feet are then washed and he is offered milk and honey. His sister in law will attempt to steal his shoes and if she succeeds, the groom must pay her to get them back. An Indian groom typically wears a turban with a veil of flowers to protect him from evil spirits.

The parents give the bride away, but they do not eat before the wedding to remain pure for the occasion. The bride’s saree is tied to the groom’s scarf to symbolize the union of the souls. During a similar ceremony, a cord is tied around the couple’s necks to protect them from evil and they are typically tied by elders of the bride and groom.

 

In Indian weddings, the Mangala Sutra is tied around the bride’s neck instead of exchanging rings. The mangala sutra is a cord with two gold pendants and is tied in three knots by the groom to symbolize the bonding of the two souls for 100 years. This necklace lets others know that the bride is married.

One fun ceremony is called mangal pheras. This is when the bride and groom circle the sacred fire four times to represent dharma, artha, kama, and moksha and they run to their seats—whoever gets there first will rule the household.

In Saptapadi, the groom helps the bride touch seven betel nutes with her right toe while they recite seven vows. Finally, seven married women from the bride’s side pass by the couple and whisper blessings in the bride’s right ear. After the wedding, the bride is carried out by her brothers.

The bride then leaves for the groom’s home where her mother-in-law has placed a vessel filled with rice at the entrance of the home. The bride is supposed to spill the rice by touching it with her right foot to signify wealth and that the bride accepts her new responsibilities.

Another fun game for the newlyweds is called Aeki Beki where a tray of water is mixed with milk and sindoor (vermillion) and it is filled with coins and a ring. Whoever finds the ring four out of seven times will rule the household. The day is then concluded with prayers to God requesting happiness and love for the newlyweds.

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For more information about BLISS Events (Thailand)
BLISS office : (66) 77 485 755  I Mobile : (66) 89 725 8010
BLISS email: info@blisseventthailand.com
BLISS website: http://www.blisseventthailand.com

Wonderful celebration of Louise and Adam @ Conrad Koh Samui Thailand

Wonderful celebration of Louise and Adam

Despite the rain, everything else is so perfect! We had such a wonderful wedding for Elisa and Alex at Conrad Koh Samui. The couple is from Hong Kong and chose beautiful resort to celebrate thier special day. Again the highlight of this wedding is the wedding over the water with the magical backdrop of five islands. Luxury of being yourself at Conrad Koh Samui.

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For more information about BLISS Events (Thailand)
BLISS office : (66) 77 485 755  I Mobile : (66) 89 725 8010
BLISS email: info@blisseventthailand.com
BLISS website: http://www.blisseventthailand.com

Wedding at Conrad Koh Samui

Magical day of Elisa and Alex Wedding  at Conrad Koh Samui

Despite the rain, everything else is so perfect! We had such a wonderful wedding for Elisa and Alex at Conrad Koh Samui. The couple is from Hong Kong and chose beautiful resort to celebrate thier special day. Again the highlight of this wedding is the wedding over the water with the magical backdrop of five islands. Luxury of being yourself at Conrad Koh Samui. wedding planning in thailand by blissevents thailand.

For more information about BLISS Events (Thailand)
BLISS office : (66) 77 485 755  I Mobile : (66) 89 725 8010
BLISS email: info@blisseventthailand.com
BLISS website: http://www.blisseventthailand.com

 

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Magical day of Elisa and Alex Wedding

Magical day of Elisa and Alex Wedding

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