There are so many options to choose from when planning a wedding, you might be getting overwhelmed. Deciding if you want a wedding package or not is one of these choices. A wedding package might work well for one couple while be a disaster for another. You can make the best decision for your situation if you keep these tips in mind.
If you have a shorter engagement, then a wedding package might be right for you. People who already lead busy lives might also benefit from a wedding package. Wedding packages are also great for people who have a hard time making decisions. If you fit into any of those categories, then you might want to think about a wedding package. Some of your time will be freed up and it will be much less stressful if you get a wedding package. The wedding company takes care of most of it after you make a few decisions. Having someone else shoulder that burden can make your wedding more enjoyable.
Some wedding packages will come with little extras for free. Candy carts, complimentary bedrooms for certain guests, or an after party for your guests once you leave may also be included in your package for no extra cost. These make some things that were once out of reach seem possible.
If you are hoping for a one of a kind wedding, then a package deal probably isn’t the best option. Choosing from a few different templates saves you and the wedding company a lot of time when you plan your wedding. Most of their clients will use the same decor, menu, music, and lighting. If you want a unique location or details to match your personality specifically, then this probably isn’t for you.
You also want to make sure that the vendors and suppliers that the company uses are ones you want to support. The companies offering the package often use the same local vendors because they are used to working with them and know what to expect. If you don’t want a specific vendor, you will have to talk about it. It might also be possible to add in a specific vendor to the package if you want to do that. You should be careful to not what is included in the wedding package and what is not. “Too good to be true” scenarios are usually risky, so don’t ignore red flags.If a wedding package is right for you, then you should do it, but don’t feel pressured to if it is not.