Irvine, CA (PRWEB) March 27, 2013
The modern wedding planner's task is a juggling act, from choosing unique custom bridal favors, kid's confections vs. adult treats, to considering the pros and cons of Mix Tape vs. DJ vs. Live Band. For those wedding planners who want to rent out a reception facility, Do the Bride a Favor agrees with a recent Baltimore Sun article that states that it makes sense to ask for an onsite venue coordinator to be included as part of the wedding package. Do the Bride a Favor is impressed with the benefits an onsite venue coordinator can provide for wedding planners.
An onsite venue coordinator can often be added at no extra charge during vendor negotiations. This person is then in an excellent position to act as liaison between vendors and wedding planners, communicating in real-time the concerns and issues of each to the other so that there are no undue surprises as the big day approaches. In addition, an onsite venue coordinator is perfectly placed to translate the bride and groom's preferences and personalities into language vendors can make sense of, and act upon promptly. This is especially important, DtBaF stresses, in the areas of lighting, climate control, catering and bar ambience, as well as the dimensions of the reception hall, photo location options, and logistics for the ceremony itself.
Do the Bride a Favor concludes that wedding planners should consider adding an onsite venue coordinator as part of a reception facilities rental package, especially since such an agent can often be added at no extra charge.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor offers cutting edge tips relative to the wedding favor and wedding planning industries, as well as dispensing advice for how to get into the candy and vending business.