Wendie Bass with Wendie Bass Weddings, Events and More has been in the industry for 15 years and definitely knows her stuff! I have worked with her and seen her in action and nothing beats having a true professional there for your big day!.
She can plan your special day from the venue down to what silverware will go with your vision. Wendie knows just about everyone in the Denver / Colorado market and is able to take her knowledge and wedding professional connections and make your day amazing!
After working with her on our last project I asked if she would be a guest writer on my blog and explain what it means to be a true wedding planner.
You may have heard or seen the term “Wedding Planner” and wonder what it really means? It can be very confusing to anyone who is outside of the wedding industry. This term is used by many people and businesses and has different meanings. It is used by DJ’s, Venues, Caterers and Florists most commonly.
A true wedding planner will look at the big picture and understand how much time it will take to get your photos done, how long it will take to seat 250 people, know that only a few toasts will keep things moving and not turn into a boring reception, and we come equipped to fix the numerous little things that arise during your day. Let’s not forget the management of your families and their needs, you know how they get. We do it all with a smile.
You may think that a wedding planner is expensive, but that is not necessarily true. They can save you time, money and stress. So many times, I hear of post wedding stories where the couple wished that they had a planner for their wedding. I relate many times that we all don’t need to use a realtor to buy a house, but it does make the process go so much smoother when you use a realtor because they know how it works, manage your expectations, and make it an enjoyable experience. That’s how you should look at wedding planning and hire a “true” wedding planner.