Wednesday, November 25, 2015

What To Do If Your Vendors Hate Each Other

To find the wedding vendors you love and trust, you likely had to go through a lot of them. So many vendors that you probably think the local wedding industry is huge. However, it is smaller than you think. A lot of the vendors know each other and some unfortunately, hate each other. Now, it is very close to your wedding date and you just learned two of your vendors can't stand the sight of each other. What do you do now?

Here are our top three suggestions:

1. Don't try to fix it. You are not a mediator (or if you are, you are not working as a mediator,) you are a bride that hired these professionals. Expect and trust that they will put their differences aside for a day and be professional.

2. Keep them apart. Some vendors don't need to see each other at all because they are working at different times the day of the wedding. If they happen to be working around the same time and the same location, try your best to not have their working times overlap each other. For example, have your cake delivered earlier, so that he/she does not have to see the caterer.

3. Have backup vendors. If they are not professional and there is a need to let one of them go, you will have a backup person to call. If one of them decides they really can't stand a wedding vendor and quits your wedding, you will have a backup person to call.
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 ~Monica Hui
Owner, Lead Planner and Designer
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