Wedding 'Day-Of' Coordinator

Eva Warren, Wedding Coordinator

New Orleans, LA

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About Eva Warren, Wedding Coordinator

I make sure everything is lovely for large events and direct on the day of your special day!

Think of a gracefully flowing dance... the wedding director is there to choreograph your event, making sure everyone is in place: The ushers ready to escort the guests to their seats, the musicians ready to be cued to start the prelude, and the bride and bridesmaids ready in the wings to enter with their lovely bouquets held just so.

As your wedding director, I will also work with you to create the reception schedule, providing copies for your DJ and photographer, and ensure that the activities such as announcing the wedding party, first dance, and any other special traditions the bride and groom wish to observe happen at the right time.

This creates the energy and flow of the event. Much of the director's job is to keep the party moving. The timing of the cocktail hour, the meal being served, the best man's toast, the cake cutting, and the dancing, is so important.

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New Orleans, LA 70125

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Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. When you look for a Wedding coordinator, I think it's in your best interest to seek out someone who has experience in several aspects of the events industry, focusing on Bridal consulting. A well rounded set of skills & experience helps your coordinator understand the best solutions to the little snags that can arise & really be in charge so you don't have to worry.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. Give you & your loved ones the day off on your special day. Trust is the key, we really want to help make your dreams come true. And as the old saying goes, "too many cooks in the kitchen spoil the pot roast."

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. How many events have you serviced?
Do I have a choice of what you're hired to do?
If there is a snag or problem, how do you work to solve it?

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