Heffner-Harris Wedding Proves Even Small Weddings Require Extensive Planning, According to Wedding.com

After many wedding planning frustrations and a runaway bride, Hugh Heffner marries Crystal Harris on New Year’s Eve.

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Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) January 04, 2013

Modern brides are replacing over-the-top weddings with smaller, intimate ones, and celebrities are no different, says Wedding.com. In fact, Playboy mogul Hugh Heffner and his 26-year-old bride, Crystal Harris, originally planned to have an extravagant wedding with over 300 guests, but the actual New Year’s Eve wedding was a small and intimate affair at the Playboy mansion. Only close family and friends were in attendance (http://m.usmag.com/?redirurl=/celebrity-style/news/hugh-hefner-marries-crystal-harris-see-her-pink-wedding-dress-201311).

Large or small, weddings typically require plenty of planning, several vendors, and a whole lot of patience. From floral arrangements to DJs to wedding planners and everything in between, brides and grooms are often in need of some way of easily and efficiently organizing the particulars. What better way to do so than to have a wedding planner? Although details have not yet been released, it is fairly safe to assume the Heffner-Harris wedding utilized one as well. After all, Playboy publicist, Kellie Olisky, happens to also be a wedding planner.

“Many celebrities seem to be opting for small weddings instead of over-the-top ones,” said Brett Reynolds, CEO of Wedding.com. “Even so, the first thing they usually do is hire a wedding planner to handle the details because there are so many aspects of a wedding to prepare for.”

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