Our answers to Your questions

Do you take more than one wedding a day?

No, we will never take on two weddings in one day. We typically don’t even take on more than one wedding per weekend. This is another thing that sets us apart from other wedding planners. This allows us to only focus on you, not another couple, in the days leading up to your special day. Plus, wedding days are exhausting for wedding planners. We are running from one end of the venue to the other, up and down stairs, directing vendors and guests, and more. It would not be fair to you for us to have a wedding the day before yours. We would not be in top shape to focus on you and your needs.

What happens if you have an emergency on our wedding day?

First, we would like to say this has never happened and we have never missed a wedding. If anything were to happen, we do partner with a handful of event professionals regularly and would be able to call any one of them to step in and assist with your wedding.

How early should my fiance and I start to plan our wedding? Hire a wedding coordinator?

Anywhere from 9-12 months prior to the wedding date is a good time to start planning. You don’t want to wait until the last minute and feel overwhelmed, but you also don’t want to be planning for too long. We recommend hiring your wedding coordinator right away, even for the "one month out" package. You’ll want to ensure we are available for your wedding date!

Will you work with vendors we select, or only those you recommend?

We will absolutely work with your choice of vendors. Your wedding is about you so it's important you get to choose the vendors who will best represent that. We do also have a great team of preferred vendors that we work with should you need any referrals.

Will my planner work alone or with assistants on my wedding day?

There are always a lot of moving parts at a wedding, that's why we always have a team of planners show up to assist with making sure everything goes flawlessly. This allows our lead planner to focus on your needs as well as being able to manage vendors and your guests.

What is the difference between a vendor coordinator and an event planner?

A venue coordinator oversees the venue. They make sure that the lights turn on and are available to answer any venue related questions. A lot of times the venue coordinator is not there for the duration of the event &/or they have other events they are overseeing on property during the same time. A wedding planner works only for you to make every aspect of your wedding runs smoothly. Everything from vendor coordination to setup/teardown. We are there to make sure you are having a great time celebrating your wedding.

Do you work outside of the Seattle area?

Absolutely! We understand how difficult it is to plan a wedding, yet alone a wedding from a distance. We have years of expertise to help you plan your wedding no matter the destination.

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