The wed­ding seg­ment is now see­ing a pos­i­tive trend of de­mand for wed­ding plan­ners who are chang­ing the sce­nario for to-be-weds, shares coun­sel­lor Shivani Misri Sad­hoo

To en­sure a has­sle-free ex­pe­ri­ence on one's spe­cial day wed­ding ex­perts are the go-to per­son for soon-to-be-wed cou­ples, feels our coun­sel­lor Shivani Misri Sad­hoo

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Awed­ding is the most spe­cial day in anyone's life. The con­cept of say­ing ‘I do' has vastly seen a rev­o­lu­tion­ary change with the ad­vent of new trends in the wed­ding seg­ment. The fam­ily dy­nam­ics and day-to-day life­style in In­dian cities has changed in last two to three decades. Dur­ing ear­lier days, a wed­ding was a seen as a get-to­gether and a mass cel­e­bra­tion fam­ily where close fam­ily mem­bers ar­rived at the house seven to 10 days prior to the event and fam­ily mem­bers han­dled most chores of the event from pur­chas­ing flow­ers, vegeta­bles, look­ing af­ter tent, dec­o­ra­tion, food prepa­ra­tion buy­ing clothes or buy­ing jew­ellery, and much more.

To­day, the sce­nario is dif­fer­ent. The trend now is to limit the ex­trav­a­ganza among rel­a­tives. The in­fra­struc­ture pre­ferred, too, is min­i­mal. Peo­ple nowa­days pre­fer giv­ing more time to or­gan­ise every as­pect that goes into the mak­ing of the wed­ding as an event­ful one. This is where the wed­ding plan­ners step in, ce­ment­ing the gap for con­tem­po­rary wed­dings. The main ad­van­tages of wed­ding plan­ners are:-


Most brides-to-be spend hours search­ing the in­ter­net and bridal mag­a­zines to find fresh wed­ding ideas. Some­times these new ideas are fea­si­ble, some­times they are not. Pro­fes­sional wed­ding plan­ners with in­tense ex­pe­ri­ence and ex­po­sure in their field of job pro­vide nec­es­sary al­ter­na­tives to help the prospec­tive bride and groom choose their suited op­tions among nu­mer­ous themes for the re­spec­tive days.


Man­ag­ing ven­dors for tasks like dec­o­ra­tions, cater­ing, flow­ers, print­ing, etc., are not easy, it re­quires both ex­pe­ri­ence and time to han­dle them ef­fec­tively and push them to de­liver the best. Wed­ding plan­ners have that ad­van­tage as they have a long-term busi­ness as­so­ci­a­tion with the ven­dors and ne­ces­si­tate in gain­ing the best of ser­vices. Equipped dur­ing time and bud­get con­straints, wed­ding plan­ners are more in de­mand in to­day's era.

Peo­ple nowa­days pre­fer giv­ing more time to or­gan­ise every as­pect that goes in the wed­ding

Shivani Misri Sad­hoo

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