Planning a wedding takes a lot of effort, and couples who are juggling the preparations with their busy schedules need all the help they can get. Aiding couples pull off their dream wedding is We'll Take It For You's goal, and this coordination company's services have allowed couples to enjoy a stress-free day.

The idea of putting up We'll Take It For You came about when close friends Marj Gonzales and Meg Pangulan realized that they wanted to put up a business that included leg work, communication, interaction with a variety of people, and most of all, fun. 

Marj has been a professional makeup artist since 2008, and her work required her to be on her toes, especially at events. And so when Marj was invited to try her hand in wedding planning and coordination, it was easy for her to take on the task. Later on, she and Meg discussed that they loved the idea of liaising with different concessionaires to put together a cohesive concept, and We'll Take It For You was born.


The company's name strengthens the team's promise to take the stress out from their clients. We'll Take It For You currently offers wedding planning and coordination, makeup, photography, videography, and catering services. Moreover, the company also provides wedding attire, flowers, invitations, and souvenirs and favors.

We'll Take It For You takes their business a step further by also assisting couples with the church and legal requirements for their wedding. Moreover, they can even help their clients plan the honeymoon.

While people might think that hiring wedding coordinators are for those who enjoy a larger budget for the event, the team is quick to point out that they're also used to working within a tight budget. They stress that that challenge shouldn't stop the couple from having an elegant affair, and with We'll Take It For You's undaunted outlook, couples can surely look forward to happily ever after.


To learn more about We'll Take It For You, click here.

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