You have likely seen the terms “Month-of” and “Day-of Coordination” thrown around, especially in the wedding industry. Our Dallas wedding planners will help delve more into these phrases.
Month-of Coordination is for the couple that has already tackled the big picture items of their event and all, if not the vast majority of their vendors. We then come to the planning process thirty days prior to the wedding date to come up with timelines, help with the layout, and tie up any loose ends. Basically we fill in any gaps and make sure what has been planned so far will be executed efficiently. It’s a way for the couples to take a break from all the details and simply enjoy the day they have spent weeks planning for.
Day-of Coordination is where the planner comes and executes the wedding day. You may hear “Month-of” and “Day of” used interchangeably and for the most part, it means the same thing. It is impossible for a planner to arrive at the event and execute everything flawlessly in just one day, as time is needed to follow up with vendors (it can also take a few days to hear back from certain people), go over timelines/banquet event orders, and adjust the documents to name a few. We also do a site visit prior to the event date to make sure that what has been planned works logistically and if it doesn’t, we come up with solutions prior.
At Keestone Events, we pride ourselves on providing a quality experience. We know how much blood, sweat and (possibly even) tears have been poured into planning, and we do our best to ensure the day goes as smoothly as possible so our clients can fully enjoy their day!