Imtazur Rahman On – What Does a Day in The Life of a Wedding Planner Look Like?

What does a wedding planner do? The wedding day is the most important event in someone’s life. It should be everything that they have ever wanted, and it should go off without any problems at all. Wedding planners are there to make sure that this happens, and their job starts long before the wedding day.

A wedding planner has many responsibilities throughout the course of a wedding planning process from start to finish. They work with both parties (the bride and groom) to understand what each person wants for their big day, which can include such tasks as venue selection, food tasting or dress shopping. They often meet with vendors as well such as photographers or caterers so everyone knows what is going on during the big day itself

Imtazur Rahman is a wedding planner from Ontario, Canada. He loves his job and he really enjoys planning wedding days for his clients. In this blog post, we will take a look at what working as a wedding planner looks like from day to day.

1) Imtazur Rahman wakes up early every morning to open emails and answer any questions that come in during the night. 

 2) He then spends some time checking wedding websites for new trends or inspiration.

3) After finishing with client work, Imtazur typically has lunch with friends or goes on a date with his fiancé before heading home for dinner and spending time with his family, usually playing board games together around 8:00pm.

On a typical wedding day, Imtazur wakes up at around five in the morning to check his email and reply to any queries from clients. He then spends some time checking wedding websites for new trends or inspiration before he heads into work where he helps with anything that needs doing during the day – whether it’s booking hotels, organizing wedding favors, or researching wedding venues.

At the end of each day Imtazur spends time with his family by cooking dinner together in their tiny kitchen (they’re in a condo) and then they all sit around to play board games until about eight o’clock when they go to bed.

How much do people spend on weddings?

A typical wedding is typically between $25-30k depending on how lavish it needs to be – but for many couples even that’s too expensive so often wedding planners will work out packages where clients can pay what they can afford at different increments throughout the year.

The average wedding planner has been doing this job for six years although some have been planning weddings since high school as part of an extracurricular activity or after-school job.

A wedding planner‘s day typically starts at seven or eight when they head to the office – and as much as wedding planners enjoy their work, it can also be exhausting: there are no days off except for holidays (sometimes) and wedding planners often find themselves dreaming about weddings even when they’re not working on them. The difference between an average wedding coordinator and wedding planner is that a lot more responsibility falls onto wedding planners who have to deal with everything from vendors booking weeks ahead of time, marketing materials like invitations going out months early, catering menus being finalized nine months before the event date–a million things needing attention but only one person to handle all of it.

– wedding planners are always on time: they’re often the ones who show up to weddings before guests, and wedding coordinators do not get paid unless the event starts on time or gets started within an allotted amount of hours after its start time.

– wedding planners need a lot of patience for dealing with brides (and their mothers), vendors, family members–even guests at times–but this is also where wedding planner’s creativity comes into play as they have to figure out how to put together pieces that don’t necessarily work well together but can look like magic in pictures.

– Wedding planning is serious business but it doesn’t mean that wedding planners take themselves too seriously all the time either; many people find relief in wedding planners’ sense of humor and ability to laugh at themselves.

– Wedding planning is also an exercise in socializing, as wedding planners have to make tons of phone calls a day (or hours) on the phone with vendors or clients and come up for new ideas during conversations while maintaining professionalism.

– A wedding planner’s job requires them to be creative problem solvers all the time–whether that means coming up with ways to save money so they can afford something their client wants on a budget or making sure that guests are well fed at an event even if there was some mixup about catering service. You’ll find out this kind of creativity is necessary not just for weddings but any event where people need food from one location; it’s wedding planners who come up with the idea of having a taco truck at an event, for example.

– A wedding planner’s job includes meeting new people and becoming friends with them to make sure they have enough referrals–after all, every wedding needs someone on hand 24 hours in advance so everything is set up properly.

A Day with Imtazur Rahman

One wedding planner’s week might look like this:

Monday morning – booking meetings with potential clients and assessing their needs for the wedding;

Tuesday afternoon – meeting to discuss flower arrangements at a particular venue, then getting together with another wedding planner who’ll be handling that side of things;

Wednesday night – prepping seating charts or doing some finishing touches on wedding decorations so everything will go smoothly come showtime! A wedding planner’s job is never done– there are always more details to take care of before the big day arrives (and even afterwards!). Wedding planners work hard, but it sure feels great knowing you’re helping make people’s wedding days that much more special.

Thursday evening – finalizing all vendor contracts in preparation for an upcoming wedding on Saturday.

Friday evening – prepping seating charts or doing some finishing touches on wedding decorations so everything will go smoothly come showtime!

Saturday– finalizing all vendor contracts in preparation for an upcoming wedding on Saturday.

Sunday morning— well, it’s a little early to be thinking about tomorrow yet 😉 but wedding planners always think ahead and plan their days out far in advance. This is why one of the most important skills you’ll need as a wedding planner is being organized!