Planning a wedding can be a stressful process. It can easily be difficult to navigate without a good map. Here is an overview of the Sound Insight wedding process, starting with making contact and finishing with your wedding day. Be sure to check out the FAQ section.

1) Contact. Make sure to include your names, wedding date and venue. Here’s a lot of ways to do that: 706-461-3283 | Email | Site Contact Form | Facebook |

2.) Meet. Meeting in person allows you to get a feel for my personality and if I am a good fit for your overall wedding vision. Equally important, our meeting will help you clearly define the shape of your reception. Meeting can last anywhere from 35 to 90 minutes depending on our conversation. Skype chat is available for out-of-town couples.

3.) Think. You are not obligated to book at your meeting. Rather, you are welcome to contact other services and compare the overall value. If you are seeking recommendations of other vendor types (caterer, photographer, etc.) David will be happy to provide you with a list of his favorites. Most available dates are booked 9-18 months in advance. Occasionally there is availability with shorter notice during off-peak months (January)

4.) Book. After making your decision, booking David is simple. A contact can either be mailed or emailed to you upon your request. A signed contract and 25% deposit are required to officially reserve your date. Access to the premier Sound Insight Productions planning accounts, along with advice articles will be provided to you at that time.

5.) Plan. After booking Sound Insight, you are encouraged to utilize the amazing resources within your client account. The planning form leads you through every aspect of your reception (and ceremony if applicable) to help you plan thoroughly. Check out our blog and Facebook page to stay current on any new services, trends, or advice that may be of interest to you during your planning. David is always a phone-call or email away for any questions. Lighting consultations are recommended and free-of-charge.

6.) Review. About a month before your wedding, it is time to meet with David a second time. In this second meeting, you will discuss the flow of your reception, logistical and musical details as well as any enhancements you have decided upon. Final balances are due at this time. After the meeting, David will craft an itinerary based on all of your discussions.

7.) Finalize. The week of your reception, David will contact you to verify that your itinerary is correct. An abridged version will be emailed to your other pertinent wedding vendors.

8.) Celebrate! The few days before your wedding should be as stress-free as possible. You can rest easy knowing that your entire reception (and ceremony if applicable) is in great hands! Your wedding experience will allow you to have an amazing time and enjoy the company of your closest friends and family.