Planners and Hosts

There are slight differences between a wedding planner, coordinator, and host. Ultimately they all share the same goal: making your day as perfect as possible.

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Partial Planning Service

A partial planner eases the burden of arranging all sorts of wedding extra touches. They take care of the finer details on your behalf. For example, they can book transport, arrange your reception venue and book entertainment, so you don’t have to. For a little extra you can also ask for their help with event design, renting extra decorations and seating, catering, and florals.

The easiest way to get the right price for the services you need is to contact us and tell us your ideas so far. We can take it from there or connect you with our preferred planner.

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Day-of Wedding Coordinator

A day of coordinator makes sure everyone and everything is in the right place, at the right time. There’s nothing worse than a vendor making a delivery at your location but no one’s there to receive it. Or guests turning up late because there’s been an oversight with transport. Your day-of wedding coordinator removes all that worry.

It’s their responsibility to contact the vendors you’ve booked, confirming timings and logistics. Once they have all this finalized they create a detailed timeline so your day runs like clockwork. We’ll put you in touch with our preferred coordinator, who’ll be in touch two weeks before your wedding.

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On Site Host

On Site Host

The on-site host is a must-have for guest counts over 12. It’s automatically included in our Ocotillo and Saguaro Collections, which caters for larger wedding parties, but can be added to any of our collections.

An on-site host joins you for the ceremony at your wedding location only. They’re responsible for helping vendors set up your ceremony area, and when guests arrive they’ll escort them to the ceremony site. After the service and photoshoot, they’ll accompany your guests back to the parking area.

Hosts call you two days before your wedding. They’ll run through the order of things and answer any questions you might have about the service.