Six Reasons You Should Hire a Wedding Planner


We know planning a wedding is not an easy task and can be overwhelming. You have probably by now planned your wedding on Pinterest, but that is the easy part. The hard part is securing vendors, picking a venue, coordinating your rehearsal dinner, and so much more. We can think of so many reasons to hire a wedding planner, but here are our top 6 reasons why a wedding planner is so important!


Our top six reasons why we always refer you to a planner:

1. It will save you time

Time is one of your most important assets. Planners have the resources and relationships with vendors that you may not have; they can make a few phone calls and schedule your consultations right away. 

Let the experts take care of the logistics and planning so you can allocate your time to more important things like spending time with family and nights out with friends.

2. It gives you guidance from an expert

Planners are experts in organization, and they will provide you with advice on where to start planning and when everything will need to be finalized. They will also provide you with appropriate vendors based on your vision. 

3. It will make your day stress-free

Hiring a planner means more time to enjoy your engagement which means less stress on your end especially on the big day. They take care of the responsibilities of planning everything from start to finish. 

4. Budgeting

We know a budget is significant to our couples, whether you are paying for everything or your family is helping. A planner will stick to your budget and make sure that they are providing you with vendors within your stated budget. They create spreadsheets and figure out what is most important to you: this is how they will allocate money. 

5. Finding the right vendors

Planners have a network of vendors they know and trust, and these are the people you want on your wedding day. A planner has connections that you might not when planning your wedding. 

6. You get to enjoy your wedding day

Planners give you the ability to enjoy your wedding day. They handle setup, breakdown, and everything in between. Planners will work directly with other vendors and us, so you are not bothered on your wedding day and all you have to do is enjoy it with your family and friends. We know that this is the most important thing for you!

If you live in California, here are a few of our favorite wedding planners and designers: 

Radiant Love Events

Rachelle, owner of Radiant Love Events, started her business after 12 years in the apparel industry. Her weekend side hustle flourished, and she started Radiant Love Events in 2018.

Rachelle’s services include full wedding planning and coordination and also wedding management. Check out more of Rachelle’s work on her Instagram

H&L Lovely Creations

Lorie, the owner of H&L Lovely, designs elegant celebrations rooted in meaning and simplicity for couples in love across destinations worldwide.

Lorie’s services include full wedding and event planning and management. Check out more of H&L Lovely’s work on her Instagram

Level Events

Jenny, owner of Level Events, believe every event should have a “wow!” factor, whether in small details or more significant elements.

Level Events services include full wedding planning, month-of coordination, and partial planning and design. Check out more of Level Events work on her Instagram!  

Dee Lee Designs

Dee Lee is the owner of Dee Lee Designs and she specializes in luxurious fusion and cultural weddings in Southern California and destination weddings in Hawaii.

Her services include full planning and design. Check out her work on her Instagram!

Check out more info on our favorite planners on our wedding planners guide on Instagram.

We can’t wait to work with you and your planner on your wedding day! Contact us for more information on our wedding and videography packages. 

Two Fourteen Photography is a Southern California based wedding and portrait photography and videography team. Ready to travel worldwide.

Interested in working with us? Contact us today!

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