How is the wedding planning going? This is a familiar question, and the truth is that most brides and grooms are very new to planning weddings. After you have gone through the process of planning a wedding, you will be able to help others and give pointers as most of your family and friends are doing right now. Too bad you can’t jump forward in time and ask yourself for pointers. Not to worry, our coordinators have the insight and knowledge to guide you.
If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed with all the details of planning a wedding, then it’s time to start thinking about hiring help.
At Ty’s we serve weddings every weekend and have learned the ins and outs of the wedding day. We have two options for you to choose from. The first is hosts, and they are your workers who can perform many tasks. The second is the day of coordinator who helps you plan and execute the wedding day activities.
1. Hosts: The hosts accomplish many tasks on the wedding day: Greet the guests, help with seating, direct cars to the parking lot, set up, cut the cake, serve food, or pick up last minute items. It's up to you how the hosts will serve.
2. Day of Wedding Coordinator: The point person on your wedding day. They’re in charge of all the little details with your timeline, vendors, and setup and solve any issues that may come up. Our coordinators talk to you the week before the wedding, attend your rehearsal, and are on site the entire wedding day.
Contact us for details.