Free Wedding Planning Assistance to Bride & Grooms
Are you getting married? Would you like your WEDDING planned for free? Would you like your day coordinated for free too?
How do I book a free wedding planner for my event?
The Wedding Planner School requires engaged couples from all locations across the UK who would like a free consultation or free wedding day co-ordination service to help our newly qualified wedding and event planners get some hands-on work experience. The graduates have undergone training or study before the placement and we will be on the other end of their phone during the planning. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a tight budget or if you are a minor royal with unlimited resources, our graduate wedding planners have helped hundreds of couples in the past and can help you too. If you feel you could benefit please read and complete this PDF Free Wedding Planner Application 2018-2020 then email or post your application to our friendly front desk team firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is it completely free for all weddings, parties and other events?
What kind of things can the planner help with in the run up to the day?
At any stage of your planning, you will benefit from an in depth discussion with a wedding planner about how the day will run, what still needs to be organised, inspiration for designs, budgeting before you begin and any other things that you would like to know about. You may be able to ask the planner to help with the planning of certain elements of the event/wedding which you can agree between you.
What kind of things can the planner help with on-the-day of the wedding?
Are there anything my planner can't assist with?
Due to insurance limitations, planners may not assist with the following:
Cooking or preparing food
Serving food and drinks
Driving guests or clients around (unless they are personally covered for this)
Anything that involves lifting weights of more than 10kgs unless the load can be shared
Any other activities that the trainee deems to be unsafe or beyond their physical capabilities
Jayne Phan and Scott Wilson, 2018