What about you?
Planning your wedding is fun and exciting, but it’s also very time consuming and taxing on your energy & patience level – trust me, I know. Not only do I help Brides plan their wedding, but I’m also currently planning my own wedding for October 2, 2010.
When you plan your own wedding, you get entrenched in all of the fine details – the colour of the linens, the placement of the menu cards, the table names, the ceremonial readings, the choice of songs, the seating chart, and the list goes on and on.
Planning is great, and being prepared is wonderful – but what about executing all of your plans? While you’re busy being a blushing Bride, this is where The Bride’s Butler comes in handy.
Book us for Day Of Coordination services for your 2011 wedding now so you can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that you’ll save yourself the worry of the finer details on your big day!
Don’t let time be your enemy…book today! Give me a call, or send me an email and we’ll chat about how we can work together on your wedding day. The Day Of Coordination package includes over 30 hours of service, and will help ease your mind knowing that a professional and dedicated Planner is working for you to ensure that your wedding day is the finest it can be!
Other Coordinators charge upwards of $900+ for Day of Coordination services, but we know that working within a budget for wedding planning is key, therefore we keep our fees reasonable – our Day of Coordination package starts at $600.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Sometimes you take longer than 3-days to respond because…
A) You’re not sure if you’re available/can get the time off work, etc
B) If you’re single, you’re not sure to respond as a single or a duo
C) If it’s a destination wedding, you’ve got to factor in vacation time and money into your response decision.
So whether you’re invited to a wedding, bridal shower, bachelorette party or rehearsal dinner, I suggest you do your best to respond quickly – at least within the week you received the invitation – 2 weeks maximum, but definitely before the RSVP due date! It’s unfair that hosts (mainly Brides) have to call their invited guests to confirm their attendance. As a guest, you’ve been selected among many and welcomed to take part in a joyous life event – the least you can do is let the host know that you’d be honoured to attend…or not.
So now that we’ve ‘lectured’ or rather ‘informed’ the guests on proper etiquette – what about the Bride & Groom? They must have some rules to follow too, right? Of course!
For this Planner, Cubby Wubby is no bear!
Cubby Wubby gets me from here to there!