“I’m all set, you handle the rest.”

Wedding Management

For the couple that has all the major items set for the big day, but need someone to help manage all the little details, rehearsal, and wedding day, we will happy to be your “Wedding Manager”.  You are probably more familiar with the term “Day-of Coordinator”, but honestly? That doesn’t really exist. We’re not psychics, so we can’t just show up at your wedding and know what’s going on, or know your preferences.  From the day you book us, we will send you monthly reminders of things to do for the wedding, review all of your contracts,  make sure the vendors show up on time with the right items, that your bridal party lines up not only for the processional, but also for your grand entrance at the reception. A lot of preparation goes into executing your wedding day smoothly.  We want to be extremely familiar with your plans, so your day can be just as you pictured it (if not better).


  • Review of vendor contracts
  • Final vendor payment schedule
  • Create wedding weekend itinerary
  • 3x in-person/video conference meetings, including but not limited to:
    • Venue walk­ through: review floor plan, catering or banquet event order
    • Planning session: review ceremony details, decoration set up, wedding items
    • Timeline production: create and confirm setup and delivery time, wedding party call time, ceremony and reception order of events


  • Unlimited contacts via email
  • Vendor referral from our existing database
  • Advice on wedding etiquette
  • Suggestions on reception entertainment


  • Direct ceremony rehearsal
  • Transport wedding accessories to ceremony and reception sites
  • Execute wedding day activities
  • Up to 10 hours of service on day-of
  • Coordinate timing with vendors, wedding party, and family
  • Supervise setup and strike
  • Set up DIY decor and props such as guest book, photo frames, escort cards, menu, etc.
  • Distribute personal flowers and pin on boutonnieres
  • Direct processional line up and ceremony music queues
  • 1 to 3 wedding assistants (depending on guest count and complexity of wedding)
  • Transfer wedding gifts to designated location or person
  • Distribute final payments and gratuities to vendors
  • Use of wedding day emergency kits