Sela Anamarija. planner. June 09th , 2017.
7. Take charge - everything you are, or ever will be, is entirely up to you. While there will always be days in the life of a planner when it may be necessary to work long hours to meet a time crunch, these times ought to be the exception rather than the rule. If you find yourself always racing to meet deadlines, it is a clear sign that you need to look at how you are managing your activities and your time.
1 - Make sure they understand your wishes and needs. Be weary of anyone who tries to neglect the Jewish traditions that are important to you. Since Jewish weddings are full of various traditions, many of which are only important to some and some that are only important to others, it is important that a wedding planner take note of the ones you desire and incorporates them into the planning of your Jewish wedding.
First you need to know the month of conception, remember conception not birth. Some have mistakenly used the actual birth date and of course this won't give you an accurate result, so be sure you use the month of conception!
Cost is a major factor in determining who you want for planning your wedding. Keep in mind though that cheaper is not always better. Sure, it may seem like a better option on your wallet but this is one occasion in which a little bit more money goes a long way.
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