While email is a perfect starting point, a face to face meeting (either virtual for overseas couples or in-person for those in Japan), is essential before moving forward. If you’ve thoroughly vetted their work online, a virtual or in-person meeting is the next step before booking. A face-to-face meeting will give you a much better sense of their personality and give you a chance to ask great questions.
Check this list after each consult with prospective wedding planners in Japan:·
Listen to yourself. You’ll know intrinsically if things are a good fit. If an interview doesn't feel right, you shouldn’t settle. Your wedding planner is the vendor you'll be spending the most time with, so it's important to choose someone who's compatible with you and your fiancé.
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