What makes a wedding magical

BEAR BRAND Adult Plus

Posted at May 05 2017 09:36 PM

MANILA -- For most of us, our wedding day is one of the most magical days of our lifetime.

That's why we want it as perfect and pain-free as possible.

It could be the dramatic lighting, the nostalgic soundtrack, the beautiful church, or the grand setup that makes our wedding magical.

But, of course, all these will not be possible without the men and women who work days and nights to deliver their commitments in making a wedding memorable.

And hiring a wedding coordinator is never easy. It takes trust and patience to get the right one-- someone who will understand your needs and wants. Here's a checklist to finding the right wedding coordinator:

1. Efficient

Efficiency is one of the key elements of a budget-friendly yet majestic wedding ceremony. Your wedding coordinator must know how to stretch your budget and turn it into your dream event.

2. Goal-driven

Apart from being efficient, she must also be goal-driven and oriented. This will allow her to balance frugality and timeliness. Of course, you want everything to be perfect a day or two before the big day.

3. Creative

Efficiency and creativity, however, will not fit the bill without boundless creativity, which can transform your wedding into a royal ceremony. Better check your coordinator's portfolio before hiring her, just to ensure that she can deliver on her promise.

4. Sensitive

Your coordinator's sensitivity to your preferences should also be considered because your wedding will only be magical if it aligns to the one you've been dreaming of.

5. Works with a heart

But above all these, your wedding coordinator should work with her heart. She must understand how important the wedding is for you, and how long you've been dreaming to walk through the aisle and say "I do."

BEAR BRAND Adult Plus salutes every Filipino worker  for all their hard work and love of craft. Here's a short tribute video:

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