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A planner will keep track of your budget and handle the logistics. Some planners also provide design or styling services, helping with the creative specifics of your wedding day, while others opt to leave those details to a wedding designer which means you'll need to hire two professionals to create the day you've dreamed of.
A wedding designer's role is purely aesthetic and doesn't include things like contract negotiations or attending appointments alongside the bride. They specialise in design, consulting on everything from floor plans and lighting design to the flowers, furniture, linens, and attire. A designer has an artistic eye that allows them to conceptualize the whole event and truly transform a space.
A wedding coordinator is logistically focused, but on a shorter timeline than a planner. They usually begin helping you prepare a month before the wedding and function as the point person on the wedding day. They will confirm vendor contracts and create a day-of timeline, as well as make sure things like payments and guest counts are in order, but won't be involved in the earlier planning phases or keeping track of your budget. Part of their job is to coordinate everything involved on the day of the event, from load-in and load-out, to ensuring that everyone is on schedule.
Ellie is a qualified Wedding Planner but specialises in wedding co-ordination to make sure your perfect day runs, well........ perfectly!
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