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Frequently Asked Questions


What are the differences between the planning packages that you offer?

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Do you plan weddings outside of  Asheville?

Yes, we do! We are happy to offer our planning services at any venue in Western North Carolina and surrounding areas.

Do you assist with design elements of the planning process?

We do offer assistance in wedding design with two of our packages: Silver Planning and All Inclusive Planning. These packages allow our planners to be hands on from the very beginning stages of planning and therefore give us the opportunity to be involved in the design process.

What is the difference between the Silver Planning Package and the All Inclusive Planning Package?

The All Inclusive Package is essentially a discounted version of our Silver Planning Package. You will receive all the benefits from the Silver Planning Package at a reduced rate. To qualify for this Package, you are required to have your ceremony and reception booked with The Ridge and/or The Venue, and your Rehearsal Dinner must also be booked with either The Ridge or The Venue.

Are there any services you offer alongside your wedding planning packages?

Yes! If you choose to hire The Planning, there are a few things, such as making place cards, welcome signs and seating charts, that can be added to your list of services. Ask your planner for more details.

Do I get to select my wedding planner/coordinator?

Unfortunately, you are not able to choose your planner/coordinator. To put our best foot forward, we assign our planners/coordinators at the start of your services.  If you would like to request a specific planner, we are happy to keep that in mind when scheduling.

I’m not local to Asheville, how will communication with The Planning work?

We take full advantage of technology that helps us work with our out of town couples! Whether we schedule recurring phone calls or stick to emails, effective communication with you is our top priority.