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Galina Nemtsov Wohl
Certified Wedding Planner

Coordinator | Concierge 

 

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January 9, 2017

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January 9, 2017

 

 The Big Day has arrived, the last month has gone by so quickly! Between all the gillion details, you might wonder how it's all going to go down. Even if you are the most organized bride on this planet, you still need someone on your wedding day to help turn your dream vision come to life. A wedding day coordinator will make sure the entire wedding day runs smoothly, so you can relax and enjoy your special day.

 

Still not convinced?

Here are a few benefits of hiring a wedding day coordinator: 

 

1. Put your mind at ease.

 

You have worked so hard on your wedding day, ceremony, cocktail hour and reception details. A day of coordinator will make sure all the events and details on that day will come together with your personal style as you envisioned.

 

2. Spend more time with your guests.

 

You shouldn't have to deal with any issues on your wedding day that come up. Trust your day of coordinator to take care of any issues that arise, so you and your groom can enjoy your special and memorable day with your family, friends and guests stress-free.

 

3. You don't need to create the wedding-day timeline.

 

A wedding day coordinator wears many hats on that day, and one of the main ones is to create a wedding day timeline. It's referred to as a wedding schedule for all the parties involved in the wedding, including the vendors.There are so many small details that are involved on the wedding day that you might not have considered or realized. On the day of, the coordinator will make sure everything is going according to the wedding timeline.  

 

 

4. Not coordinating your own rehearsal.

 

Another main role of a wedding coordinator is to run the ceremony rehearsal. Letting bridesmaids and groomsmen and family know where they should be standing, in what order they should line up and the outline of the ceremony proceedings. By not having to coordinate the ceremony rehearsal on your own, you get to spend precious time with your wedding party and family before the big day. 

 

5. The right people are in the right places.

 

You would be surprised how much time is spent on the wedding day looking for certain people at specific times: the best man is missing as the ceremony is about to begin, finding grandma Emma for family pictures, locating father of the bride when it's time for his toast. A wedding coordinator is in charge of making sure certain people are at the right place at the right time. 

 

 

 

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