Wedding Podcast Ep.18 – Tracy Branford’s Wedding Planning Advice Part 3

Tracy Branford (@TrunkEvents) is the Cape Town Wedding Planning Whizzkid – our go-to resource for all wedding planning questions. We dive deep into the wedding budget – what you should be spending on which services and where you can cut corners, plus we talk about the final two weeks before your wedding in the final instalment of our three-part Wedding Planning Advice series.

Wedding Planning Topics discussed

  • How to plan your budget
  • Avoiding pitfalls with non-refundable deposits
  • The 4 most important things to spend on
  • How to avoid costs adding up
  • Last minute details that pop up
  • How to deal with little things that could go wrong
  • What the industry standard is for wedding planners’ fees
  • How does breakdown after the wedding work?
  • How disputes on damages or breakages are handled
  • Changing your mind – how much is too much?
  • Charity Registries – the newest trend!
  • Sustainability at weddings – taking care of nature and the people around you

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Next Week’s Episode:  

Stu Shapiro – InstaBooth – Our Wedding Tech Expert talks to us about all the latest technology trends in Weddings, from drones to Whatsapp and Instagram printers, photo booths, Silent Disco, hidden cameras, 3D Printed cake decorations and so much more. We discuss all the ways you can use technology at your wedding to enhance your own and your guests’ experience, plus making cool and lasting memories in a completely unique way.

Guests in upcoming episodes of the Pink Book Wedding Podcast:

If you have any questions on today’s podcast or you want to ask the boys from Tracy Branford a specific question, please leave them in the comments section of our Facebook page and we’ll be glad to help and find some answers, even discussing them in upcoming podcasts.

Image Credits: Bravo Photography & Newton Stanford

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