Are you starting to wish you had some help pulling your wedding together? Not a full on wedding planner, but another set of hands?
Most brides come to a point where they realize this wedding stuff is much more overwhelming than they thought. They wish they could spend more time focusing on the fun of being engaged and less time finding favors in the perfect shade of peach.
If this is sounding familiar then you are not alone – this happens to nearly every bride at some point. Now, though, it's time to consider letting someone partner with you on those wedding tasks. It's time to get some help, start checking things off your list, and get back to enjoying your engagement.
Wondering what kind of wedding tasks The Cosmopolitan Concierge can handle? Here are 25 things to consider:
Before the wedding
* Sending out invitations
* Stuffing/stamping/addressing envelopes
* Managing your guest list
* Schedule appointments with your vendors
* Honeymoon research
* Reminder service (don't miss an important deadline)
* Create seating charts
* Manage your wedding website
* Wedding errands (picking up tuxes, etc.)
* Find bridesmaid gifts
* Create a budget
* Research vendors
* Compare pricing
* Plan a small bridal shower
* Find and order your favors
* Press wedding attire
* Review contract details
* Update and manage your registry
* Draft wedding toasts
Day of the wedding
* Grab your coffee/water/cocktail
* Hold flowers during photos
* Bustle trains
* Button, lace, & zip gowns
* Round up gifts/cards at the end of the night
* Hold your lipstick, powder, extra pair of shoes, etc.
And this is the short list! If you think of something else you need help with, don't be afraid to ask The CC! Hiring a wedding concierge for even one or two tasks can free up HOURS of your valuable time.
Nervous about hiring a wedding concierge? Pick ONE task that’s been languishing on your wedding to-do list and let's get it done together! That will help you decide whether working with The Cosmopolitan Concierge works for you (while ticking another item off your to-do list). If the first task goes OK, we can move on from there!