Sandy’s “Wedding Reality Check” Podcast – Why a Wedding Planner Can’t Be the Bride’s BFF

Jamalee Jenkins Henning and I were both in tears saying goodbye at the Vieques airport after her wedding. We've already got a trip planned together in February.

Jamalee Jenkins Henning and I were both in tears saying goodbye at the Vieques airport after her wedding. We’ve already got a trip planned together in February.

Hi there!

This topic is near and dear to my heart because I absolutely fall in love with quite a few of my brides. Some of them come back to spend social weekends with us, and some we get together with stateside when we go north. I value those relationships like you wouldn’t believe, but I didn’t build them until after the wedding planning was finished.

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I cannot be the wedding planner and a bestie at the same time during the wedding weekend or I’ll end up dropping a professional ball. And as much as the bride loves me, she may not want to stay in close touch if I goof at her wedding. A flawless execution of her wedding is the best first step in having a very long-term friendship.

Until next time, happy wedding planning from Weddings in Vieques and Sandy Malone Weddings & Events!

Sandy

 

 

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