What should a couple expect from the day-of coordinator?

  1. Formulation
    Wedding-day timeline and distribution to all vendors.This include. break down all the details regarding arrival times, setup and breakdown
  2. Preparation
    Starts 4-6 weeks prior to wedding, gathering all details of couples vision. We will review your contracts and understand exactly who is doing what and when.
  3. Coordination
    Coordination of all wedding professionals selected by bride and groom. Venue site visit to discuss all of the details planned, getting an idea of how you envision the space on your wedding day.
  4. Conducting
    Wedding rehearsal the day before. We direct Ceremony , Reception, Grand Exit and Pack all of your goodies at the end of the evening (cake knives, flutes and gifts), distribute tips, and ensure the hotel has "romanced" your bridal suite,

Coordinating All Activities, Including:​​​​​​​

Checking details* both big (vendor contract review, final head count, last min bookings,  floor plans, lighting levels, music arrangement, all troubleshooting)
 small (placement of favors, timeline, proper packaging of cake top tier ).​​​​​​​​

Assisting* the bride and wedding party with dressing, photo schedules.

Cueing* all wedding professionals.​

Guiding* the bridal party through processional and recessional.

Collection* of gifts and personal items, inventory and safe removal.

“The coordinator is usually the last person to leave,”

As a day-of coordinator, we do just that!
We coordinate the logistics of your wedding day to make sure everything you spent months planning runs exactly how you envisioned. From the arrival times of the florist, limo pick up and drop offs to packing all your gifts and goodies at the end of the night. 
Our day-of coordinator will take care of it all.
Our team strongly recommend that every couple  planning their own wedding hire a day-of coordinator
 once all your own planning is done, your day-of coordinator becomes your spokesperson