Frequently Asked Questions
- Why do I need a wedding planner?
- Are your assistants certified?
- Do you take commissions or referral fees from vendors?
- What is an emergency bag?
The average bride spends $31,0001 on a wedding.
30% of brides have found that planning a wedding is more stressful than enjoyable1.
Our job is to make sure that your wedding day is one of the happiest days of your life. Let us help you through the process of searching through and booking vendors, negotiating contracts, and deal with the last minute problems that may arise on your big day.
For a comprehensive list to why you need a wedding planner, check out our all-inclusive list.
Read more on why you need a wedding planner from:
- Bride.ca – Why you need a wedding planner
- Every Last Detail – You need and deserve a wedding planner
- Every Last Detail – 10 signs that you might need a Wedding Planner
- 1Based on Weddingbells 2012 Wedding Trends
- Take slice.ca’s quiz to see if a wedding planner is for you.
Are your assistants certified?
All assistants from Pocket Wonders are certified through the Wedding Planners Institute of Canada (WPIC). This means we all abide by the code of ethics set by WPIC.
Our code of ethics forbids the acceptance of “kick-back” fees for vendor recommendations. Every vendor we recommend is solely based on merit on we do not receive any commision or referral fees for our recommendations.
The emergency kit is like Mary Poppins’s bag for weddings. It is equipped with all sorts of items that will be used in case of a wedding emergency. Floor too slippery? We’ve got static guard for that. Dress starting to fray? A dash of clear nail polish will stop that fraying. All assistants and planners will have an emergency kit available to use for you and your guests on your wedding day.