This is a question I get asked a lot. 

There are so many small and big things that can and inevitably do, come up on the big day – running out of boutonniere pins, small cuts requiring band aids, deodorant, forgotten hair spray, nervous bride, nervous groom, making sure the timing is on track, coordinating vendors, coordinating set up of venue, making sure the ceremony site is prepped and ready, keeping guests organized, keeping the wedding party organized etc. The list goes on and on. These are all items the bride and groom get asked if there is no wedding coordinator on hand!

Love your family

Too often, brides and grooms rely on family and friends to help carry out plans on the day of their wedding. By asking a friend or family member to take on this stressful task, that person will not be able to enjoy the event as a guest, and will end up feeling like “event staff.”

In most cases, your “volunteers” have little experience in the role of event planner. They often end up feeling overwhelmed as they try to keep on top of
everything that must be done to ensure that the day runs smoothly.

How you can work with me

You can hire me to be your full-service wedding coordinator, which includes every step of every detail of the planning process. There is also my “Month of” coordinator service, which is for brides and grooms who want to do most of the planning themselves, but when their wedding day arrives, they need a professional to execute all of their hard work. Partial planning services is perfect for the client who needs help with select items only, without paying for extra items you've got covered on your own.