Getting married this year or next year?
With no timeline and no one in charge, everything fell behind schedule. Vendors were still setting up an hour before the wedding. They had no real direction and no one to guide them. The guests started to arrive. Because the ceremony and the reception were at the same location, the guest didn’t know where they should sit and were confused. It was hot outside, so most of the guest wanted to sit in the shade in the tent near where they parked. Remember this is during a pandemic – so no one wanted to be close to people they came with, so they moved chairs and tables the way they felt comfortable.
Finally, the bride was ready, but she was tired. Her attitude after the ceremony showed she was tired. She didn’t want to take pictures
Do you want to be like this bride? Or would you rather have someone you can trust to handle and supervise everything for you? 🧑🏿🤝🧑🏿 Now, maybe you’re thinking it’s ok to help set stuff up, or even give people a little direction, or also that you could save money by not hiring a wedding planner, but do you want to take that chance on your wedding day? What happens WHEN something goes wrong?
What would you do? What’s your backup plan? Do you have a list of resources in case one of your vendors is a no show? Can you really trust your friend to handle something like this? Aren’t they supposed to be helping YOU, and enjoying the day WITH you?
I understand that weddings can be expensive
This is just a tip of the iceberg of the work that we put in to ensure that you are really able to be in the moment… Please schedule a time here and we can connect to see if a Day of Coordinator is right for you https://mdmassociates.as.me/Workwithme