Seattle Wedding Planner Saves You Time, Money And Assures A Flawless Event

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Your wedding will be glamorous. You will be beautiful. The wedding planning behind the glamor will be detailed. And the wedding will run to perfection. Sometimes a wedding planner can be called a wedding coordinator or a wedding consultant; but whatever the title, they should save you time, money and assure a flawless event.

According to Seattle wedding planner, Jacky Grotle of Event Success; these are some of the details your wedding planner will be implementing to insure your wedding runs on time and flows to perfection.

  • Once the wedding design has been established, your wedding planner will keep you from veering off the original design vision which could lead to additional expenses.
  • Keeping in touch with the venue will confirm that all expectations are implemented.
  • The recommendation of qualified vendor will confirm that your vision of style and quality will be met.
  • Budget Assistance will guarantee that you are cutting costs in the right places. Your wedding planner is in tune with your desires and will be able to advise you where and when to economize.
  • Reviewing contracts for agreed pricing and to point out hidden charges or penalties.
  • Creating detailed timelines and checkslists so that all the pieces fall into place seamlessly from the ceremony to the reception.
  • Assistance with Food & Beverage planning so that the budget is honored along with the taste buds.
  • The floor plan is the essence of the room decor. Your wedding planner will see that the room design meets your vision.
  • Recommendations for Tabletop Design includes the centerpieces, linens and chairs. All should be in color harmony and scale in relation to the room size and shape.
  • Working on the logistics takes on many forms. From timelines for deliveries to guest arrivals, every minor detail must be considered.
  • Preparing Welcome Letters and gifts for out of town guests.
  • Rehearsal Dinner venue and evening coordination.
  • Wedding day coordination begins with making sure the bride has breakfast.
  • Details like place cards, favors, guest book, table numbers, etc. are inspected and set up.
  • Assisting the men to put on their boutonnieres.
  • Monitor all the vendors to be sure they have arrived on time.
  • Wedding ceremony logistics are created and communicated for the processional & recessional.
  • Instructing the attendants of their duties makes sure everyone is on the same page.
  • A "Wedding Day Emergency Kit" is prepared for minor inconveniences.
  • Cleanup and retrieval of items at the reception includes moving wedding gifts to assigned location.