We have been pretty busy with weddings this year, with many more to go! September has proven to be the busiest wedding month for us, as well as many of my fellow wedding professionals. Maybe it’s the beautiful colours, or the cooler but still warm temperatures?

Thought we would take this opportunity to share with you our most recent wedding. Amit & Preya’s wedding day was a gorgeous day. They celebrated with a traditional hindu ceremony on the Friday, then had a very elaborate wedding reception with over 400 of their closest friends & family at the beautiful Le Jardin~Woodbridge

This is where we come in! We created 46 centerpieces with many shades of pink roses, hanging pearls & 1 floating pink rose in each vase

Not to mention the 2 floral arrangements with pink hydrangeas, stargazer lilies, & hostas flanking the head table, 5 smaller arrangements for the receiving area & all the bouquets, corsages & boutonnieres for the bridal party & family members

Here is a peek of what we did

It was a long day & a lot of work but it was worth it!

Head table décor by: Dream Party Décor Inc.

Cake design by: Fabulous Cakes and Confections

 
  1. More often than not, venues now have their own wedding coordinator to assist couples on their wedding day. If that’s the case, why hire a Wedding Planner?

Let me set the record straight about this burning question!

It takes approx. 250 hrs to plan a wedding. Brides & grooms usually start to feel like they are in over their heads soon after starting to plan their own wedding. All of their weekends & evenings start becoming devoted to their wedding & can feel like a second job to them. Hiring a “certified” wedding coordinator can save them time, stress & money.

The 4 main reasons couples hire a “certified” wedding coordinator:

They are too busy/overwhelmed to properley plan their wedding

They are planning their wedding from a distance

They want a professional to handle all the leg work involved in planning a wedding

They prefer to take pleasure in their wedding day, not work through it.

CERTIFIED WEDDING COORDINATOR VS ON-SITE WEDDING CONSULTANT:

The on-site wedding consultant’s primary focus & responsibility is the Venue. The relationship between them & the couple remains a professional one. The on-site coordinator will assist in the creation of a timeline for the wedding in regards to the venue’s role & responsibilities. If the ceremony is also taking place on-site the venue coordinator will usually run the rehearsal for the wedding & direct the ceremony on the wedding day. The on-site coordinator is usually on-site on the wedding day & generally leaves before dinner turning the event over to the banquet manager or “Captian”

A “certified” wedding planner’s primary focus & responsibility is the Bride & Groom. They work closely with the couple, building a personal & professional relationship right from the beginning of their engagement. From selecting vendors & venues, budget management, theme development & decor, managing & seeing to the finest details & supervising the event itself. They keep everyone organized by setting up a clear plan for the event & following up to make sure all flows well.

They will be present at the wedding to direct the ceremony & reception & make sure all goes according to plan. On the wedding day, the “certified” wedding coordinator will be with the couple from before the ceremony until the end of the reception.

 

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