Start is with your ceremony time then you will work backwards.
Once you have worked your way from Ceremony start time back to the time you first get up, then you go back to your ceremony time and work forward to the end of the night when vendors have to be out by.
Be sure to add all special events such as your grand entrance (after ceremony, if you’re having one, any toasts, first dance and family dances, cake cutting or dessert service, etc.
After all special events are noted, go back to add in finer detail.
Transportation times and “buffer times” are to be noted and accounted for.
Personal floral like bouquets and boutonnieres
How to create a wedding guest list without inviting everyone you know is one of the most asked questions from our clients. We have created a simple and easy to understand/execute system and we call it the “A, B, C’s”…
Here’s how: First you create three lists of invited attendees. Create an A, B and C List.
Alright friends, let me set it straight and talk about the differences between venue managers and actual wedding planners.
As a seasoned event producer who has coordinated, planned, produced and designed hundreds of weddings and events I can easily say one of my biggest pet peeves (and every planner I know) in the event/wedding industry is when a venue sells their in-house coordinator/manager as an actual wedding planner.
Over the years I’ve learned that unless you’re in the wedding industry, the differences between the two aren’t commonly known…
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