Simply put – a Ceremony Coordinator (CC) is an essential part of any ceremony with a (BP) Bridal Party that exceeds 4 members and their organizational skills are a must! 


Ceremony Coordinator Tasks:

  • Introduces herself to BP and Groom at arrival

  • Greets guests and assists with seating

  • Pins Boutoneirre on Groom, GM's, etc.

  • Meets Bride with Bouquet and provides info

  • Meets person Escorting Bride and instructs

  • Assures Bridesmaids have their bouquets

  • Assists Officiant as needed

  • Assures all BP members are present

  • Assures Flower Girls/Ring Bearers are ready

  • Lines up the group for Processional 

  • Makes speech prior to Processional start

  • Assures that Bride is ready and looking fab! 

  • Assures member/couple file in a timely manner

  • Coordinates with a photographer for start 

  • Coordinates with DJ/Musician on song/s start

  • Assists photographer as needed

  • Shares Emergency Kit with BP and guests

Ceremony Rehearsal 

Rehearsals are encouraged but not mandatory; if you feel BP is ok without a run-through! The Coordinator normally heads the rehearsal at the ceremony location and it lasts no longer than 1 hour at $100. The Officiant normally does not join but the CC will keep her/him informed of any changes.


A Day of Coordinator (DOC) is a Ceremony Coordinator with Super Powers! Their role starts at contract signing and ends after the last guest has departed ceremony and/or reception.  In other words, your DOC will execute all the wedding plans that you have spent so much time creating and make sure that all details are just as you envisioned - making you the Honored Guests at your own wedding!!


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