Scope

October 23rd, 2009

Scope – Project Scope Management includes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required to complete the project successfully. (PMBOK 103) In the first place, the wedding planner must determine and evaluate the specific needs and requirements of the stakeholders, which include the bride and groom, plus those of interested parties, such as parents who may be determining the budget.

The wedding planner must ensure that each individual is in agreement and once the requirements are established the scope can be defined. A scope statement must be developed in order for the project to stay on track and so that the project objectives will be met.

Venue!

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A wide variety of service providers must be considered for the scope statement. For instance, Richard Hall observes that “caterers, musicians, event location staff, transportation, and florists are just a few of the service providers involved in the big event.”

Many deliverables need to be decided upon and put into the scope statement. These include:

• Venue selection: wedding and reception
• Bridal shower
• Photographer
• Cake design
• Wedding party composition
• Wedding attire
• Guest list
• Travel plans for guests
• Accommodation for guests
• Invitation design
• Flowers
• Wedding Favours
• Gift registry
• Rehearsal dinner
• Tables and chairs
• Hair and makeup
• Marriage commissioner
• Marriage license
• Wedding speeches
• Reception dinner/lunch
• Seating chart
• Honeymoon




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