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Wedding planning is a lot more fun with dependable and creative vendors. I have plans that fit every budget, if you have any questions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
"I can't begin to thank you enough for all of your hard work and time. You have done more for me then assist with the stationery aspect of wedding planning. You have seriously kept me on track. An email or a package from you is very motivating and exciting. Thank you for making this process fun and not so overwhelming..." Danielle
How will we proceed?
It all starts with a conversation- over email, phone, or in person- where we discuss the project at hand. First off, we will make sure that I am the right fit for you and your needs. Whether it's a small or large project, you will receive a timeline and price quote within 48 hours. After the contract is signed and agreed on, we can get started!
For wedding packages, we will create timelines that work for all parties involved. How invested in the project is up to you! Just let me know.
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