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Wedding Quick TipThis is the seventh tip in our series of quick tips from The Wedding Scene Specialist, Aimee Hardenbergh of True Wedding Events. 

Quick Tip #7:

Preferred Vendor verses Exclusive Vendor. What is the difference? If your unique venue has a list of preferred vendors it means that they prefer that you work with these vendors but do not require it. Vendors can be on the preferred list for many reasons and some of them may just be because they have paid to be on the list! Don’t feel any obligation to use them. If you do, still ask for at least 3 references. An Exclusive Vendor is another story. You have to use that vendor if you book that venue. Some venues have good reasons for this and I would not hesitate to ask why that vendor is the exclusive provider for that service at their property. Ask for the last 3 couples that used the Exclusive Vendor and find out the couple’s experience before you sign with the property. Just because they are Preferred or Exclusive doesn’t always mean they are fabulous.  Still do your homework!

True Wedding Events

Aimee Hardenbergh
The Wedding Scene Specialist
www.trueweddingevents.com
aimee@trueweddingevents.com

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