Why a "Day Of" Consultant Is Critical For Wedding Success!
You Need to Enjoy YOUR Wedding Day: Here's How...
Wedding days are stressful and if you don't have a wedding planner, then you need to hire one to be there on the "day of" your wedding.
The last thing that the bride or her mom needs to be worried about on the wedding day, is if the caterer is going to show, or the DJ... or if the florist is going to make it to the church in time with the flowers.
The bride and her family must enjoy the wedding day, and hiring a wedding planner or bridal consultant to be there on the day of your wedding is the way to do it!
The "Day Of" Wedding Planner's Job
The "day of" wedding planner you hire will contact all your vendors, get their contact info, and find out what times they will be arriving at the ceremony and/or reception to deliver their goods and execute their services. It will be up to the "day of" bridal consultant to make sure that everything runs smoothly on the wedding day.
At the same time, they will be present at the ceremony to distribute "personal" flowers to the bridal party and families and to orchestrate the processional. After the ceremony ends, they will monitor the photography to see that it's done expediently and that the bride gets to the reception on time.
At the reception: The "day of" wedding planner, will organize the introduction of bride, groom, bridal party and families. They will also see that the reception is flowing as planned.
Moral of the Story: Get a "Day Of" Wedding Planner!
Every bride and her mom should enjoy the wedding day, as free of stress as possible. For that reason, it's always best to hire a "day of" wedding planner or bridal consultant.
Make sure they're experienced and be sure to check references. Ask for them! It's important that you hire the best person you can to assist you on one of the most important days of your life.
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