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I decided to have a wedding of the day coordinator 3 months before my wedding when I started having nightmares about my wedding gone wrong. I found Michelle via thumbtack. I'm so lucky I chose the right one over so many listed in the internet. I just hope that I got her at the planning phase of my wedding so I wouldn't have a hard time researching & comparing for the best wedding vendors by myself. She has a very good list of the preferred wedding vendors. Michelle has such a pleasing personality & easy to work with. She's not pushy & acted upon on what I envisioned my wedding to be. She worked within my budget. She's very professional & was prompt with her email responses. On my wedding day she executed it perfectly! The Church ceremony was solemn. The reception was organized, romantic, & beautifully decorated. I was overflowing with happiness! It was so stress free for me & for my families! We all just enjoyed the special day. My mother & mother-in-law even said that she really did a wonderful job! She was just at the background & even attended to my guests' needs. Kudos to Michelle! Again, my heartfelt gratitude! I definitely recommend her for your special event!Dec 8, 2013Verified
Michelle exceeded all of our expectations as far as her responsiveness, creativity and professionalism in planning our wedding. She is extremely friendly and truly cares about what she does. She went far beyond to make our day special and free of stress. She even helped us tremendously with our rehearsal dinner and to find ways to make the trip memorable to the many guests that we had attend from out of town. You would not go wrong in making her part of your event planning. Very impressive service!Jul 16, 2014
I highly recommend Michelle for any of your big life events. She pulled off my 300-guest wedding beautifully. We had to flip the room twice and she got it done without a hitch! She has great suggestions and always kept a cool head. Book her! You won't be sorry!Apr 17, 2013
I am not the type of person that cares very much about all the small details that are involved in a wedding. I cared about my dress, the venue,the food, and the music. I was so happy to have Michelle there. She was able to take care of not only the big details that I cared about, but she also took care of the small details. While she consulted with me on everything it was done quickly and I didnt have to spend too much time sweating the small stuff. The wedding was perfect.Mar 29, 2011
Michelle did a wonderful job with our wedding last May. I don't know what we would have done without her. When some of my personal contacts fell through, Michelle was there to bring it all back together. Her creativity and vendors (especially flowers) gave us a beautiful wedding.Mar 29, 2011
- What types of customers have you worked with?More often than not I am hired for my "day-of" services but I love it when I get to assist in bringing a client's wedding vision to life from the time of engagement through the end of the celebration. I have a lot of experience in planning destination weddings where Austin is the destination city. Sixty percent of my clientele live in a city other than Austin and most of the planning is done via email and phone calls.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Helpful Tips Planning your wedding should be fun. In our society there is no ritual requiring as much social awareness and etiquette or that is as costly as a wedding. Weddings are detailed emotionally charged events. It is no wonder that this is such a stressful time for brides. We have compiled some very helpful hints to help you focus on the right activities, the right choices, at the right time - to help avoid undue stress and costly mistakes. 1.Put together a realistic budget before you hire any vendors. You don't want to go into debt planning your wedding or special event. Know in advance what you have to spend. Then do some research on pricing before you sign any contracts with vendors. Keep your guest list to a minimum if you are on a tight budget and don't invite everyone you know. 2.Weddings are expensive. The average formal wedding in the Austin area costs about $30,000 for 150 guests. You may be able to save some money if you schedule your celebration on a Friday or a Sunday, even more on a weekday evening. You might need to consider timing your reception to avoid mealtime and do not serve alcohol or limit the alcohol to one specialty drink. The best advice is to hire the best, most experienced wedding planner available. This will save you money, keep you on budget, and avoid costly errors no matter what your budget. Click Here for a Useful Wedding Cost Estimator 3.Throw away the word "perfect". Remember to be flexible and maintain your sense of humor. 4.Don't procrastinate. The best venues, caterers, and other wedding professionals book early. You want the ability to pick the best vendors available in your price range and that means begin to hire all your wedding professionals as soon as the date has been set. 5.Research a minimum of three vendors in each area for a proper comparison. 6.Hire your wedding consultant or event planner first, before other vendors. Once you have a working contract with your planner, then begin the search for other wedding professionals. 7.Be honest about your budget with all your vendors. Your don't want to waste their time or yours with estimates that don't fit your needs. 8.Be honest with yourself about what is the most important factor for your wedding. If you are most concerned with having a gourmet sit-down 5 course meal, then you may not be able to afford to rent that perfect ballroom too. Write down your priorities and adjust your budget accordingly. 9.Get it in writing!! Don't assume anything. Read your contracts. Most importantly, consult your mate. It's his or her wedding too. 10.This is by far the most important. Do not hire wedding professionals because they are the least expensive. You get what you pay for. Research the vendors and make educated choices.