Now that Winter is just around the corner, if you're planning a Winter Wedding, consider special lighting to pull off your "Winter Theme" or look. This bride went with all white flowers with white branches and a little pearl incorporated into her centerpieces, while adding some blue tone lights to create that wintery feel.
"I've done all my own planning and want a "day-of" coordinator but can't find one who will show up on the wedding day only ! Why?" There's probably a lot of confusion amongst engaged couples because of the term "day-of" coordinator. If you end up speaking to someone who says they will only show up on the wedding day and save you lots of money because of it, please stay clear of them! Many wedding planners may label their coordination as "day-of" wedding coordination, but there is far more involved than just showing up on the wedding day when it comes to a professional wedding planner who knows what she/he is doing. Photo Credit: Estes Images Here are some reasons why a wedding coordinator shouldn't show up only on the wedding day: Many planners begin their coordination services 4-8 weeks out because many venues request the wedding day timeline one month prior. A 1 1/2 to 2 hour timeline meeting typically kicks off