Post # 1
Hi there! I’m getting married in November (this year!) and am starting to get super stressed about the little details (decor, etc.) anyone know of an affordable ($2500 or less) partial planner or even just day-of-coordinator that you loved working with??
Post # 3
I am using Sara Kate events for my Day-of Coordinator. Of course, the big day hasn’t come yet, but she has been absolutely great so far, and comes highly recommended!
Post # 4
I’m looking for one as well 🙂 good luck darling
Post # 5
Hey, try Natasha at Studio M+S. She’s been absolutely wonderful and all of my friends have used her. The other lady that they have there was efficient, but a little scary for my taste. PM me if you need their contact info.
Post # 6
I also used Sara Kate Events and they were wonderful! Katie was super easy to work with and took care of everything. I highly recommend her to everyone and have had a few other friends that have gotten married since me hire her also. They all loved her too. I highly recommend them! Their website is: http://www.sarakateevents.com
Post # 7
I am using Event Remembered – definiately in your price range and a highly professional vendor!
Post # 8
Thank you everyone! This is so helpful – I really, really appreciate it. Will let you know how it goes! 🙂
Post # 9
I am usisng Nina from Elegant Events by Nina ([email protected]). She was recommended by a Church friend who used her services last year for her daughters wedding. After viwing her website, I contacted her and was grateful that she is super affordable compared to all the other price quotes I was given. Seeing that no one else posted prices, I am hesitant, but I am only paying $650 for day of coordination.
My wedding is in April, but after our first meeting, she had me thinking about things that I didn’t even realize that I had to decide on like whether or not I want to cut the time of mother/son father/daughter dances so that they only run for about 2.5 minutes each and not the entire song. For my husband this news was a God send and the only reason he agreed to not cut it out of the program entirely.