Below are questions that are commonly heard and answered for simplicity purposes. Whether you see your question here or not, please don’t hesitate to ask us.
Do I need a wedding planner/coordinator?
This is a big one and I’m sure you’ve asked yourself this question already. The simplest answer to this question is: Google™ it (http://su.pr/1GAnfT). You will see that a wedding coordinator is no longer just for the “high and mighty”. Instead, you will find that a wedding coordinator not only helps you keep your head on top of your shoulders, but they also help you save money. A wedding coordinator is one of the BEST investments you can make for your wedding and future life together.
What’s the difference between a wedding coordinator, wedding planner, and event designer?
There is a great article written by the girls at My Bridal Budget that helps best define the three and their differences (http://su.pr/5FX0XY). I am what’s known as a wedding coordinator and specialize in day-of coordination. This allows me to guide you along your way, but ultimately keeps you in the driver’s seat to make all the decisions, but with an expert’s opinion. It also allows you to completely enjoy the day of your wedding knowing that all of your decisions and planning is in good hands.
My venue already has a “coordinator”, so do I really need your services, too?
In most cases, absolutely yes. A venue coordinator’s responsibilities are different than that of myself. Also, what you may be surprised to know is that a venue coordinator is often not present for your actual wedding. Or they may only be there for a short period of time.
Does a hiring a wedding coordinator really save me money?
Yes! A wedding coordinator’s job is to know and respect every other wedding vendor out there. I do not accept referral fees, so any savings or discounts that I receive, I pass along to you. Be cautious – not every wedding professional does this. But I guarantee the best possible price from the best possible service.
How do you get paid?
For coordination services, once a contract is signed, I require a non-refundable retainer fee equal to roughly 20% of the total contracted price to hold your date. This payment is then applied towards your total balance. The remaining balance must be paid in full before your wedding date. Smaller weekly or monthly payments are also accepted and applied towards your remaining balance. You will find I’m very easy to work with when it comes to making payments.
What forms of payment do you accept?
While cash or check is preferred, I also accept payments in PayPal, along with all major credit cards via Square™ (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover).
Have a question that you don’t see here?
You can always email me at email@example.com (recommended) or call/text me at (570) 561-4118.