Quantcast

Fort Worth Wedding Consultant

Home/Fort Worth Wedding Consultant

Going to the Chapel Tips

The wedding ceremony is the most cherished and significant part of the entire wedding day.

Finding the location and setting takes time and much thought.

Whether it is at a church, outdoors, Synagogue or hotel- you will want to be prepared for making the right choice.

dallas wedding planner kay watson

Wedding Party Outside Chapel

 

When selecting the wedding location you will want to consider:

Church or Synagogue Wedding Ceremony

If you are a member of a church- the fees will be less. There are many churches that allow non- members to have their wedding at their sanctuary or smaller chapel- depending on the number of guests.  Some research as to the ones that allow those options will be necessary.

  • Meet with the on-site coordinator before the big day to discuss about guests numbers, pew seating, wedding attendants and timing.
  • To ensure a smoother wedding rehearsal and wedding day- share with the family and special guests where they will be seated-this will be of great assistance for the ushers and family.
  • Provide a list to the family as to who will need to remain for return to altar photography
  • Make sure your photographer and videographer have been provided the rules and guidelines for their services and meet with the coordinator upon arrival to go over where they can shoot from in the church.

 

fort worth wedding planner kay watson

Beautiful Church Setting

 

fort worth wedding planner kay watson

Amazing Church Wedding

Outdoor Wedding Ceremony

Many brides dream of having an outdoor ceremony and as it  does offer many beautiful photographs, as well as incredible setting.

  • Consider would first be the time of day. As photography and lighting is very important.
  • Be comfortable with you back up plan in case of weather changes
  • Share with wedding party as to type of ground they will be walking on- in order to select the correct heels or flats
  • Obtain professional audio services to set up sound and microphones for the musicians, officiate, readers and videographer
  • Pre plan seating for family and special guests-sharing with them prior the wedding day

 

dallas wedding planner kay watson

Outdoor Wedding

By |March 7th, 2017|

Questions to ask a Fort Worth wedding planner

Fort Worth is one of Texas’ biggest cities, although you might not know it from the inside – for an ‘almost-big’ city, it’s surprisingly cozy and rich with the Texan spirit and the traditions we all know and love.

If you chose Fort Worth as the place to host your wedding, you chose well – there’s no shortage of amazing locations that will also translate to pictures and videos you’ll be proud of in the coming decades. Planning your wedding by your lonesome is bold – you’d be much better off working with a wedding-planning professional. He or she will take a lot of responsibility away from you without compromising the wedding in any way if you got the right person for the job. Here are some questions to ask your Fort Worth wedding planner before working with them to try and know how much they can do for you.

kay watson wedding consultants fort worth wedding planner

 Questions to ask a Fort Worth Wedding Planner

  • How many weddings have you helped plan? This shouldn’t play too big of a role in your decision, but don’t let the wedding planner know that – asking about their experience straight-up will show them you mean business. You shouldn’t object to hiring someone with less experience, as people new to the biz can be visionaries just as well, although someone who’s been in the game for long will have a lot more contacts and will make the whole process smoother.
  • Can you show us pictures and/or videos from some of the weddings you planned? Everyone can talk, but not everyone can back it up (or show evidence that they can). If your potential wedding planner can show some proof of ability in the form of past weddings that went well, you’ll know that there’s a good chance yours will go without issues as well.
  • What is your fee? An obvious one: you’ll want your wedding planner to name the price beforehand without trying to charge you for any ‘additional services’ later on – if you suspect the possibility of shady business, you can try reaching for a contract, but you can just as easily reach for another wedding planner.
  • Can we do this in a certain amount of time? Be specific about your timetable: your wedding planner should be able to guarantee that there will be no delays or, alternatively, that he or she will rework the plan so that everything fits a schedule. Nearly every wedding planner is likely to say “Of course!” to this, so a list of references or any sort of positive feedback could prove useful.
  • Are you able to take care of everything yourself? A Fort Worth wedding planner worth her salt will be able to take the entire load off your back and will have no problem staging an event where all you have to do is show up and say “I do” to the person you love.
  • Will you work with me every step of the way and accept my input? In contrast to the previous one, you’ll want to assess your wedding planner’s ability to listen to you. Whoever is working with you should never forget that the wedding is your big day and your wishes are ultimately the most important thing to consider – planners wanting to enforce their own vision aren’t someone you want working with you on your biggest day.
By |December 27th, 2015|

Fort Worth And Dallas Wedding Consultant

kay watson dallas wedding planner and consultantFort Worth and Dallas Wedding Consultant

Kay is a professional Fort Worth wedding consultant. From traditional elegant to country and western, Kay offers the expertise to help you plan for your big day. Kay delights herself in the details and the result is a thoroughly planned event that provides you with a day you can enjoy.

After graduation from Baylor University, Kay was an award-winning event coordinator for local business and schools. In 1998, she realized the greatest joy in her work came from seeing amazing weddings take place and the gratitude from brides and their families. Kay has been a speaker at numerous area bridal shows, featured on area TV programs, and written articles on wedding event planning in local papers and magazines.

Based in the Dallas and Fort Worth area, Kay is a professional wedding planner. From traditional elegant to country and western, Kay offers the expertise to help you plan for your big day. Kay delights herself in the details and the result is a thoroughly planned event that provides you with a day you can enjoy. Kay is a member of the the American Association of Certified Wedding Planners and the Professional Wedding Guild of Fort Worth. As a member of the Dallas & Fort Worth wedding organizations, Kay has hundreds of contacts and service providers that allow her to provide trustworthy sources for her brides.

By |November 15th, 2013|