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Three Ways to Choose Wedding Vendors Who Will Work Well Together

In a perfect world, you’d never need to think twice about whether your wedding vendors mesh well—after all, they’re industry professionals focused on the same goal: your happiness. Well, most of the time. “Sometimes, people just don’t get along,” says planner Michelle Rago of Michelle Rago Destinations. “There is an advantage when a team is harmonious and they get along well and they are supporting each other in the outcome of your day. If somebody likes somebody, and they see something is wrong but it’s not their lane, they’re more likely to jump in and be a team player.” Incorporate these three tips into your wedding vendor selection process to create a team that works for you—literally.



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a bunch of items that are sitting on a table: Hiring a strong team is the first step in planning a successful event.


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Hiring a strong team is the first step in planning a successful event.

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These Are the Most Critical Details to Pay Attention to Before Signing Contracts with Four Key Wedding Vendors

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While some couples think finding their wedding vendors is the most difficult part about planning the big day, it’s actually what comes next that’s the most complicated: signing the contracts. We talked to four different types of big-day professionals to find out what you need to know about each vendor category’s contracts before you enter into a legally binding agreement. Armed with their advice, the contract process should be a lot clearer and more manageable.

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The Wedding Venue

When you’re reviewing the contract for your wedding venue, make sure it contains an itemized list of what the property is going to provide for your specific package, including anything you’ve made a verbal agreement about. Will they be providing rentals, or is it your job to bring them in? Does the

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