My Full Wedding Planning package is a comprehensive, 360° planning service covering all aspects of your wedding day:
• Venue Selection
• Wedding Concept & Design
• Budget Planning & Adherence
• Comprehensive Accounting & All Administration
• Contract Review & Negotiation
• Catering & Menu Selection
• Marquee/Tipi Sourcing
• Music & Entertainment
• Staging & Audio/Visual
• Lighting Design
• Invitations & Guest Management
• Accommodation Search & Selection
• Rehearsal Coordination
• On-day Management
• Wedding Day walk-through (etiquette, customs, etc.)
From beginning to end, you will have complete support and guidance throughout each stage of planning.
From the moment I’m hired until the last guest has retired, I shall be dedicated to ensuring the process of planning your wedding is an exciting experience, and help you create a wedding that is authentically you.
Having chosen the South of France as the destination for your wedding, it is essential that all pieces of the puzzle fit together perfectly. Together we will source the right suppliers to fit with your dream. There are a myriad of options available and the choice can be overwhelming at times. My local knowledge and a passion for planning and organisation will ensure that you have the space and time necessary to make the right choices.
A complimentary consultation is included to get to know you and your vision for your wedding. Once I have done this I can set about putting together a proposal tailored perfectly to you.
As well as these listed services, I shall organise an experienced team to assist on the day.
There is a minimum fee for my Full Plan package and a commission (10-15%) of your overall budget will apply. For weddings with very large budgets, I can sometimes work on a fixed-fee basis.
“We used Grant’s black book wedding planning service. It’s often hard to find good suppliers in France when you are planning a wedding from the UK but Grant’s experience and fantastic contacts ensured we had the most amazing wedding. I would recommend Grant to anyone getting married in the south of France.”