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Partial Wedding Planning Package


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Day of Coordination is a perfect option if you want to plan a majority of your wedding, but need a professional wedding coordinator in the background to answer questions, offer advice and coordinate the details on the wedding day so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy your perfect event.


As Planner

  • Have a Pre-Wedding Consultation.

  • Creating A Wedding Planning To-do Checklist


  • Setup ceremony items, i.e. guest book, unity candles, seating chart, place cards, etc.

  • Ensure  personal flowers have arrived at the ceremony location.

  • Ensure all vendors have arrived on time.

  • Be the point of contact for all vendors and venue site reps.

  • Handle any emergent situations that may arise.

  • Line up the bridal party for their entrances down the aisle.

  • Cue ceremony musicians when the bridal party is ready to begin the processional.

  • Gather family and friends for after ceremony photos.


  • Ensure proper flow of cocktail hour food.

  •  Look over dining tables and make sure they are set up properly.

  • Help guests locate the assigned tables.

  • Cue band or DJ when the majority of guests have found their tables and bride and groom are ready to be introduced.

  • Cue band or DJ, Photographer, and videographer when important events take place at reception.

  • Distribute final payments/gratuities from clients’ to vendors at the end of the evening

As Coordinator

As your Wedding Coordinator, we will: 

(Coordination services will begin six weeks prior to the scheduled event)

  • Provide face-to-face or virtual meetings.

  • Unlimited email and online communication.

  • Creating a wedding day itinerary as a timeline to be provided to clients and vendors.

  • Final walk through with client at selected sites 

  • Following up with all vendors

  • Coordinate a 1 hour Rehearsal. 

Prior to Reception

  • Greet vendors and instruct them as to where to set up, i.e. wedding, band, florist and caterer.

  • Setup the Seating Chart

  • Put the Place Card on the dining table.

  • Make sure reception flowers/decor is set up according to the clients’ design plan.

  • Meet with catering staff to confirm the food timeline.

  • Setup guest book and pen, champagne flutes, cake cutting utensils.

  • Setup Table Numbers, Names, and Menu Cards.

  • Setup Wedding favors.

  • Assist in coordinating transportation logistics.

Wedding Day

It’s about more than the décor.

Successful wedding planning is about more than just the pretty.

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