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Monday, February 4, 2013

Fact or Fiction? When it Comes to Hall "Coordinators", Do You Know What Your Getting?







 Myth::
           Your reception hall “coordinator” will help you plan your wedding


Truth:: 

           
 I often hear brides say that they “don’t need an outside planner” because their venue has an on-site coordinator, and unfortunately, some brides find out too late that this is just not the case. The on-site coordinator is there to manage the services being provided by the reception hall, and the services they will provide are very different from those that a professional wedding planner will provide.  A good on-site coordinator will assist you with items like table arrangements, place settings and linens and opening the building for vendor deliveries (depending on your venue).Unlike an actual wedding planner or day-of coordinator, your on-site venue coordinator will not call your vendors to verify anything the week before the wedding, find you vendors that meet your budget (though they may give you a pre-made list), call your bakery with your final numbers, or help you to trouble shoot difficult issues with vendors on your wedding day.  Don’t get me wrong, on-site coordinators are great, but it’s important to understand what they will and won’t do for you, so you can be properly prepared for your big day!


If you are interested in more information on what a Professional Wedding Planner can do for you on your big day contact Tracie Morris at 248-408-4602 or email her at tracie@yourethebride.com! 

Please feel free to visit our website anytime www.yourethebride.com for more information on planning your perfect wedding! 



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http://ncweddingministerblog.blogspot.com/2013/01/understanding-difference-between.html



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