Doris in Albany, Georgia wrote in:
My wedding venue has an onsite coordinator, why do we need to hire you?
The quickest and easiest way for me to explain this is that the “Onsite Coordinator’s main interest is the venue and “ME” as the Wedding Coordinator, my main interest is the couple.
ONSITE COORDINATOR: They handle all of the venue tours and make sure that the onsite team has all of the necessary details to execute your vision.. They ensure all vendors all adhering to the guidelines of the venue and often leave after the reception starts.
WEDDING COORDINATOR: I’m on board from “Yes to the Honeymoon”. I get to know you and your fiance personally. I’ll be there with you at meetings, tastings, and fittings. I’m the point of contact for friends and family that are attending the wedding and my team and I will make sure everyone is welcome and comfortable. I’ll also be onsite before the vendors arrive and I’m there until the last vendor leaves.
Xoxoxoxoxo Happy Planning,
For most Americans, Christmas is the most magical time of the year. I mean let’s face it, there are endless parties, Christmas carols, and family gatherings. However, every year as the holiday approaches, I find myself feeling blah. I mean not just a bit melancholy but some sort of combination between Ebeneezer Scrooge and the Grinch who stole Christmas.
When someone close to you passes away it is hard to imagine life without them and even harder to imagine them not being present on your wedding day – one of the most important day of your life. Of course you don’t want the wedding to feel like a memorial service, but It is only natural to want to include them in on the big day somehow.
We are all aware of the custom American wedding traditions – tossing the bouquet, something borrowed and something blue, exchanging of the rings and lighting a unity candle. But how many of you are aware of all the other amazing cultures and traditions that are happening around the world?