Coordinator vs Planner which is best for me

Ok so your mate has popped the big question and you are all too excited. You have gone over to your bff’s house where the two of you are now admiring the wedding dress you picked out months ago in anticipation of the big moment! The two of you are already equipped with clipboards, bridal magazines and your Pinterest interest boards to begin the planning process. You know the color and theme for your spring time fairy tale wedding in June. The venue of your dreams has been booked and confirmed as of 10 minutes ago and well basically all you have to do now is send out the invites because after all you have this wedding planning thing down to a science……………………………………………………………………….


News flash , honey doll pookiepie you do not need a planner save your money. You know all the details you want to incorporate into your big day and you have the time and energy into put into making it happen. However, having a wedding day coordinator is highly recommended so once your big day comes you can truly enjoy the time you have spent planning all the details. Leave the management of vendors, in-laws, bridal party mishaps and onsite management of decor set-up to a professional so that you are not stressed on your big day! The last thing you want to deal with is vendors and family members stressing you out with things such as seating assignments and house rules of the chosen venue. Having a coordinator serves as your liaison to manage and coordinate all the details for you. A good coordinator will begin working to coordinate the details of your day 1-2 months before the day. They will work diligently to document and carry out timelines, vendor confirmations, wedding day emergencies, your rehearsal and so much more. To learn more about wedding day coordinators and planners visit To book your free consultation to determine if a coordinator or planner would work best for your special day in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area visit and fill out the contact us form and someone will call you to schedule your appointment.

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