Congratulations! You got engaged, now what?
You may be thinking, “Do I even need a wedding coordinator? I could probably plan it, and my venue has a coordinator”. However, a venue coordinator’s responsibilities differ from a wedding coordinator’s responsibilities.
Wedding coordinators work for YOU and are with you during every step of the planning process. They work alongside you to plan your wedding day from the moment you wake up until you are on your way home. Wedding coordinators will ensure that you have a stress-free day.
Now, what are the main differences between the two types of coordinators, and what services do each provide?
Alessia Dall'Agnese Founder & Senior Event Planner of Eternal Bliss Events
Photo Credit: Bassem Photos, Streets of 6ix
Eternal Bliss Events Wedding Coordinator
Works for the venue
Works for YOU
At the venue for a limited time on the day of your wedding
Manages venue staff and in-house catering
Manages all of your vendors prior to and on the day of your wedding
Recommends venue’s preferred vendors
Assists with putting venue details together
Follows the schedule provided and/or assists with creating a schedule for only what is happening on-site
Not always able to set-up your personal decor items / limited to what they can set-up
Will set up any personal decor, menus, etc. or DIY items for you
Will ask you for a point of contact for your wedding day if any issues arise
Your point of contact to solve any issues
The perfect coordination team is a seamless collaboration between the Venue Coordinator and your Wedding Coordinator, creating a blissful day for you and your partner.