New Wedding planner. Help!

Discussion in 'Disney Weddings and Honeymoons' started by catmorgan4, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. catmorgan4

    catmorgan4 Earning My Ears

    Jan 22, 2007
    In January I was told that my wedding planner, Chuck, would be quiting. Now they are telling me my new planner is new to wedding planning all together. I am stressed out because there are only three months left until my wedding and we are in the middle of everything. Not to mention that we made a special trip to Disney to meet our planner and get to know him.

    Is this happening to anyone else? Should I be upset or just go with the flow? I dont know what to think. Thanks for your help!

    Cat :cutie:
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  3. Chaseum84

    Chaseum84 Earning My Ears

    Jan 8, 2007
    Go with the flow, they know what they are doing. Don't stress this is your big day!!!
  4. myprincessgirlisa

    myprincessgirlisa DFTW 12/4/97

    Jan 2, 2007
    I agree & I would go with the flow

    New planners doesnt mean bad planners..sometimes they are so eager to please you end up getting exceptional service.

    Dont let it stress you out & enjoy it...even the pros aren't perfect;)
  5. IrishCinderella

    IrishCinderella Mouseketeer

    Oct 18, 2005
    Just because this person is new to wedding planning does not mean they are new to event planning. It's my understanding that each DFTW planner has years and years of event planning on their resumes before they are hired as DFTW planners. Notice none of the planners are fresh out of college.

    Being new doesn't automatically mean they will be bad. Everyone has to start somewhere, so give them a chance.

    Just stay on top of everything, and communicate with them as much as possible. I'm sure it will be fine! Good luck!
  6. Tammy32

    Tammy32 Mouseketeer

    Apr 24, 2006
    I got a new planner with less then 2 weeks before my wedding. I didn't meet her until the rehearsal. Everything went perfect. Three months is plenty of time so don't worry. Your wedding will be great.

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