Foreva Events


So you have had the perfect proposal from the perfect partner, but now comes the stress of planning the perfect wedding. Maybe you have always been an organised party planner, or perhaps you feel way out of your depth. Trust me, a lot of people feel that way! After all, there are so many details to organise; the budget, the venues, the flowers, the stationery, the cake, the music, the set up, the list goes on! You might find yourself asking the question, “Should I hire a professional or go it alone?”. To help you decide, here are a few reasons why you should hire a wedding planner to organise the biggest bash of your life.

1. Experience

We have been planning weddings for years and with experience comes knowledge. We have learnt the ins and outs of wedding planning; the common problems; the most effective methods and the professional knowledge that will make your wedding day run smoothly.

2. We save you money

Wedding planners know how to manage a wedding budget. We can work with you to design a realistic budget for your wedding that you can stick to whilst still achieving the style that you’re after. We know how to negotiate pricing with vendors and can save you thousands of dollars!

3. We save you time

We spend over 250 hours on each wedding we plan, so that you don’t have to. Imagine what you could do with that time! We will deal with all your vendors, follow up on all the emails, and look after you on your big day so you can focus on the main thing: marrying the love of your life.

4. We have connections

With professional knowledge and experience comes trusted suppliers and vendors. We have connections with some of Australia’s best wedding suppliers so you can rest assured that you are getting the best quality suppliers within your budget.

5. We are stylists

When choosing Foreva Events you don’t only get a wedding planner but also a wedding stylist. The benefits of having a creative design guru on your hands are invaluable. We love collaborating with you to come up with creative ideas that you haven’t thought of yet or weren’t able to do on your own.

Words by Tara Thomassen
Edited by Bronte Dwyer | Brisbane, Australia