A rain plan is always a great idea for a wedding since the weatherman isn’t always right. Be sure to coordinate with all of your vendors with a “what if” scenario has to come into play. A backup plan can save your wedding from turning into a day of regrets.
Sunset is also an important factor when considering coordinating your wedding. The sun setting plays a factor on photography, video, lighting and the mood of your wedding. Make sure your wedding party, guests and vendors stay on track to ensure everything goes off without a hitch.
Signage is a sure way to help your day run smoothly. Signs are an easily overlooked yet simple idea that saves time on the phone, headaches of worry and stress and will also help compliment your theme.
The entrance is your chance to wow the audience. This is the biggest impression and longest lasting moment everyone will remember. We suggest going all out on this portion of the wedding along with the reception entrance. Lighting and drapery are an important factor here.
Restrooms are almost always over looked when it comes to decorating. A photo of the bride and groom on the front of the door is always a fun idea. We also have used drapery over each stall door with flowers tied into the knot. Keep it simple and affordable.
The cake table can be vibrant and alive or simple and elegant. When going with vibrant use some cake stands, small LED lights and candles. Simple and elegant can be a drapery with minimal paper petals across a tablecloth. Drapery is also used for outdoor weddings to prevent bugs from ruining the cake.
Vendor treatment is not required but If you want your wedding to go perfectly smooth, make sure you feed the people that are behind the scenes first so they can get back to doing what they are best at. After all, your caterer will usually give you half price for vendor meals, so don’t forget to ask.
Keep cash handy for those folks that have been putting in all that hard work to make sure you have a perfect day. This list includes anyone that has setup throughout the day. Here’s a reference list from our friends at The Knot.
Band lighting is often over looked due to most bands already having stage lighting inside a venue. If you’re having a band outside or in a space that does not offer stage lighting, you should definitely consider it.
Overtime should be considered when you’re doing your planning. Be sure to check with your vendors to see what they charge to stay longer if needed. Check with the venue first to make sure you can stay longer if you decide you’re having a great time.
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