I Want It All

Too many brides worry about the wedding guest experience. They know they want to have a good time and their wedding guests to have an amazing time. This was exactly the kind of fairytale wedding every bride dreams of. Wedding planners shouldn’t be considered a luxury for the rich. You are the queen so let us be your princess.

 

If you have planned partially, then maybe the Help Me Finish package is a better,option.

 

Pre-Event Production

  • Recommend venues and vendors in accordance with event budget and style
  • Confirm wedding guest counts and plans accordingly
  • Schedule and attend all vendor meetings and interviews
  • Attend site visit(s) with client to establish the event style, direction and flow
  • Unlimited face to face meetings, phone and e-mail communication/advice for client
  • Guidance on wedding etiquette
  • Create budget; manage deposit schedule and payments
  • Review and negotiate all vendor contracts
  • Decor conceptualization and coordinate overall event vision and design
  • Act as the liaison between client and vendors for all logistical needs
  • Create complete timeline for celebration and share with all vendors
  • Lead all-vendor walk-through
  • Provide guidance and sample text for printed materials including: save the date, invitation, ceremony program, and menu
  • The Dtales planner will act as a point of contact on website, save the dates, invitations and welcome notes to wedding guests
  • Set up hotel blocks for out-of-town wedding guests
  • Advise on menu planning and attend tasting with caterer
  • Coordinate sample table
  • Provide and maintain spreadsheet templates for the following: wedding guest list, RSVP’s, seating plan,
    photography shot list, payment schedule and “do not play” list

    Wedding Week

  • Attend final meeting with client and collect all celebration elements
  • Confirm all details and arrival times for vendors
  • Provide schedule for family and VIP wedding guests
  • Coordinate all printed materials
  • Assemble and deliver welcome gift bags for out of town wedding guest (one location delivery)
  • Coordinate rehearsal with (or without) Officiant

    Wedding Day

  • Coordinate all aspects of wedding celebration
  • Oversee check-in of rentals
  • Create “steps of service” for catering team
  • Coordinate all deliveries and installations of celebration in accordance with vendor contracts
  • Coordinate distribution of final payments and gratuities.
  • Manage and coordinate transportation for family and wedding guests
  • Provide event emergency kit (including sewing kit, stain remover, etc)
  • Organize and set up escort cards, place cards and menu cards
  • Oversee timely “flip” of room from ceremony to reception, if needed
  • Conduct final lighting, sound and temperature inspection prior to wedding guest arrival
  • Conduct final seating and table check prior to wedding guest is welcomed to reception
  • Cue all music changes and speeches with band/DJ
  • Cue guest of honor and family for special moments including: cake cutting, toasts and dancing
  • Serve as point person for all vendors—cueing timing throughout event
  • Manage and remedy all moment-to-moment challenges
  • Arrange favors (if applicable)
  • Oversee strike of venue
  • Collect any celebration elements and gifts
  • Double check return/pick up of all rental elements from caterer and floral designer

     

     

    Your wedding guest will leave and tell your D(lightful) Tales, forever.

     

    Wedding exit in antique car decorated with cans