This is what I want the morning of your wedding to look like. You hanging out with your friends and family. In bed, over brunch, sipping bubbly at a salon...whatever makes you happy.
So many brides tell me that they want to be hands-on and help set up for their wedding, but when their wedding day rolls around, they really don't want to be unstacking chairs, setting up tables, and placing linens. They don't want to be running to the store to get hot glue to fix a decoration that broke. They don't want to make calls to track down vendors who haven't arrived on time. And I don't want the memory of your wedding day to be, "It was so much work." The brides who have the most fun are the ones who are the most hands-off on the wedding day.
This photo is of one of my past clients, taken in the hotel room on the morning of the wedding while I was downstairs setting up decorations and troubleshooting last-minute hiccups (to which she has remained blissfully unaware). That's the benefit of a coordinator. And, yes, even the most type-A, organized bride needs one.
Think about the morning of your wedding. Where do you want to be? What do you want to be doing? What do you want your memory of your wedding day to be?
If the answer is anything but "working" or "setting up" or "hauling stuff around and getting sweaty," then you need a coordinator! Contact me and find out how my team and I can help you.
Photo credit: RedWoods Photography