With the rise of Pinterest, future brides and grooms-to-be are diving into do-it-yourself weddings. After about a month of this planning style, the heavy realization sinks in that… oops… We have to put this all together and launch a large scale event (even if it’s only 75 people) AND get married! Whew! Overwhelming just thinking about it! Enter the day of coordinator. TAH DAH! We do all of the heavy lifting so you don’t have to. We work with YOUR vision and connect all of the dots. With nine years of event planning experience, and six years in the bridal industry, I think of everything outside of the box. Did your key fob for your car break an hour before the reception? Don’t worry! I’ll help problem solve. I have contingency plans to spare.
Wedding Day-Of-Coordination and Consultation
-Typically the process begins five months to one year prior to the wedding even though we call it “day-of”.I start with Vendor recommendation and organization based on your needs.
-Primary contact of venue and guests. When your uncle’s cousin’s boyfriend gets lost on the way to the wedding, they call me.
-Additional contact for and receiver of all rentals/vendors. No need to sign any paperwork or worry about check dispersal while you’re getting your hair done.
-Director of event schedule and execution. You don’t have to worry about putting together a schedule for the wedding weekend. I arrange everything
-Liaison between party, vendors, venue(s) etc. as needed. You don’t need to worry about asking the venue electrical questions on behalf of the DJ.
-Communication of general “to-do list” with engaged couple.
-Wedding celebration related consultation
–Bachelorette party, bachelor party, bridal shower, etc.
-Guest and family correspondence
-Rehearsal (dinner) consultation and advising