Wedding planners free the bride and groom to turn their thoughts to broader issues, such as where they’ll go for the honeymoon and how they’ll divvy up dishwashing duties for the next 20,000 nights. Don’t lose yourself in the details with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $399 for a wedding-rehearsal-and-day-of-coordination package (an $899 value)<p>
Following a consultation with the bride and groom, a head coordinator and at least one assistant walk the couple through the venue, share advice on etiquette, and make referrals to preferred vendors. Leading up to the event, the coordinator and assistant form a customized wedding-day itinerary based on the couple’s specifications while dealing with logistics such as delivery times and how to best orchestrate the officiator’s entrance via paraglider. For both the rehearsal and the wedding, the staff plots the ceremony processional, recessional, and receiving line while keeping the venue set to the couple’s specifications.<p>
- $1,350 for a full wedding-planning package (a $3,000 value)<p>
In addition to everything included in the above package, specialists and staff help the couple determine design elements such as themes, colors, and attire as well as coordinate tours of potential venues. Specialists may also help design save-the-date cards and invitations, plan meals, and lay out the reception schedule. Throughout preplanning and the event, the staff oversees official documents, programs, and seating charts.<p>
Though CR Socials Event Planning, LLC sometimes offers discounts online, this Groupon presents the best value.<p>
CR Socials Event Planning, LLC
Combining her experience working at a restaurant, a prepress printing company, and an advertising agency, Carisa Lockery is able to take a gestalt-like approach to event planning. At CR Socials Event Planning, LLC, she leads teams of coordinators who lend their design and logistical expertise to both intimate events and large-scale soirees. The staff can work from a set of general ideas or build on existing plans, much like the first elevator was built off of abandoned blueprints for a time machine. To complement big-picture services, a resident graphic designer can illustrate custom invitations and greeting cards, and a resident florist builds elaborate bouquets to fit color schemes.