If you are a couple that wants to plan on your own, but you don’t want to be running around on your wedding day, then having a Wedding Coordinator is one of the best gifts you can give yourself. It’s an opportunity for you, your family, and your friends to relax and fully enjoy the wedding you’ve been dreaming of.
Others call it “Day-Of”, some call it “Month-Of”, but we just call it Wedding Coordination because your wedding day is important to us. We can start helping days, weeks, and even months before because it’s not just any other day. Sometimes you just need someone in the industry to be there when questions arise or when you need an unbiased opinion.
On the day of your wedding , we ensure your plans are carried out smoothly and discretely, and we are there to handle any problems that may arise. We act as the liaison with the venue, vendors, hosts and guests in a process that starts in the last few months and weeks leading up to your event.
A wedding coordinator is logistically focused and begins working with couples to prepare for the wedding day just a few months before. Unlike a planner, a coordinator won’t be involved in the earlier planning phases, selection of vendors, or keeping track of your budget.
Coordinators are the point person on the wedding day. They will confirm vendor contracts and create a day-of timeline, as well as make sure things like payments and guest counts are in order. Coordinators make sure everything you’ve done up until they come on board is in good shape. A coordinator will help you to tweak any details, follow-up on loose ends, ensure everything is in order, and make sure nothing is forgotten so that you’re free to enjoy your wedding day.
Our job is to coordinate everything involved on the day of your wedding, from set-up to take-down, ensuring that everyone is on schedule.
But, beyond on that, I’ll remind the groom about sweet traditions, talk your mom out of her worries, keep the groomsmen on their best behavior, and ask you how you’re really doing. I’ll be in your corner cheering you on, giving you reminders and an unbiased opinion.
Coordinator meets with bride/couple eight to twelve weeks before the wedding to get a handle on what you’ve planned thus far
Checks in with your vendors to review the signed contracts and confirm logistics
Creates detailed timelines and floor plans
Completes a final walk-through of the ceremony and reception sites
Consults with you to address any overlooked details
Manages the rehearsal
Oversees everything on the wedding day (Please contact us for a detailed list)