How do you rate your overall experience with Wedding She Wrote? 5
How did you hear about Wedding She Wrote? Google
Was hiring a Wedding Planner a service you thought needed before working with Wedding She Wrote? Yes
How did you do with your Wedding budget? Only slightly over with additional drinks & pre event meals on the day but no big deal!
What do you think now about "hiring a Wedding Planner" now that your Wedding Day is complete? Totally worth it! Takes a lot of followup and burden off
What advice would you give a nearly-wed couple about planning a Wedding? You can plan for the big stuff but not anticipate all the small stuff that might happen on the day - get an expert to either foresee it or manage it flawlessly on the day so you don't have to
Would you refer Wedding She Wrote to your family and friends? Yes
What would you tell them? Teuila is an expert with great service, ideas and talent
What feelings did you experience during the planning of your Wedding? Excitement & anticipation, tbh that fizzled out after all the reschedules but came back closer to the time when it became real
If you found yourself being 'anxious' or 'stressed' - what were the major sources of anxiety or stress during your Wedding Planning? Not hearing back from vendors. Also the cake vendor called 3 days before to withdraw from the job, obviously I didn't let that happen but was major stress
What did you gain by having a Wedding Planner? Peace of mind
Your Testimonial... Teuila made the day flawless and let us just have a good time. Nothing could frazzle her - she is a true professional with a wealth of knowledge and ideas
Meet Dickie and Jett, an incredible gay couple whose wedding journey was nothing short of extraordinary. Their vision for a unique and diverse celebration led them to Wedding She Wrote, where they knew something special awaited.
This dynamic couple, representing the rich heritages of Armenia and Lithuania, embarked on an adventure of a lifetime to New Zealand. Their destination wedding, set against the backdrop of a sun-kissed beach at sunset, was an epitome of barefoot, madly-in-love magic.