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Day-of Coordination 

We're dedicated to ensures a seamless and stress-free event by making sure all the details and logistics on your special day are taken care of.


Why do we require a Day-of Coordinator?

The day-of coordinator is responsible for the flawless execution of the already-made plans. They're also the point of contact for vendors, so questions or concerns are diverted away from the happy couple and their families. They are here to make sure everything is pulled off seamlessly in real time.

Here's what you get with Wedding Day services ...

As a bride or groom, being present for your wedding and enjoying the day can be difficult if you have to make sure all of the details are being executed properly. Not to worry your day-of wedding coordinator is here to help!

Vendor Coordination

Liaising with vendors such as caterers, florists, photographers, and musicians to ensure they arrive on time and know their roles.

Timeline Management

Creating and managing a detailed timeline of events for the day, including ceremony start times, reception schedules, and key moments like speeches and cake cutting.

Guest Assistance

Greeting guests upon arrival, directing them to the ceremony and reception areas, and assisting with any special needs or inquiries.

Reception Coordination

Overseeing the transition from the ceremony to the reception, ensuring that guests are seated properly, and coordinating the timing of events such as the first dance and bouquet toss.

Ceremony Management

Ensuring that the ceremony runs smoothly, cueing the bridal party for their entrances, coordinating music, and managing any last-minute changes.

Problem Solving

Addressing any issues or emergencies that may arise during the event, such as vendor delays, guest conflicts, or technical difficulties.

Venue Setup

Overseeing the setup of the venue, including arranging decorations, setting up tables and chairs, and ensuring that everything is in place according to the client's preferences.


Acting as the point of contact for the client, vendors, and venue staff, relaying important information and ensuring that everyone is informed and on the same page.

Final Details

Handling final details such as distributing vendor payments, collecting personal items at the end of the event, and ensuring that the venue is left clean and tidy.

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