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However, their services are not free! Many planners will work on a percentage fee which is based on your wedding budget, often this around 10%. As with many things related to your wedding, you should do your homework. Pick a good planner and they will probably be worth their weight in gold, saving you money whilst giving you everything you want, but pick a bad planner and you could live to regret it.
It can be helpful to understand the types of clients an advisor feels are a good fit for their practice. You don't want to be an unusual client; it is better to fit well within an advisor's client base so that you benefit from the advisor's experience with others like you.
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