Davie, FL, January 15, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Prior to meeting with a potential wedding planner or vendor, create a list of important criteria that details the vision of your wedding day and any questions you may have. While references are important it is an unlikely event that a planner will put forth the name of anyone that experienced dissatisfaction. Instead do a little sleuthing on your own. Check your local better business bureau to see if any complaints have been lodged against them, check to see if they have any formal credentials, and ask to see a list of events they have previously been hired to cover. A well-rounded planner will have covered more than just weddings.
You should also ask the potential wedding planner a list of duties they expect to fulfill. Go through this list carefully, adding any areas you feel would be best tailored to you and deleting those you feel unnecessary. By having them provide the list rather than drawing one up yourself, you may be surprised at areas they may include, that in your own inexperience, you would never have dreamed necessary.
A great venue for brides-to-be to explore their options than The Signature Grand Bridal and Quince Show on January 26th from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. This honored event goes beyond the standard tradition of wedding trade shows, earning the reputation as a truly lavish experience. Attendees can taste delicious menu items from elaborate buffet stations and enjoy fine champagne or cocktails from the open bars. The finest photographers, musicians, DJs, floral designers, limousine services, stationery artists, and much more will be there to meet with guests. Brides-to-be will also have the chance to preview the season’s most stunning designer wedding gowns and formal apparel.
Only a limited number of tickets are available for the 2010 Bridal and Quince Show. To reserve your spot, call (954) 424-4000 or visit www.thesignaturegrand.com. Admission is $22 in advance and $30 at the door.