Day Of Coordination Tips

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Many couples want to plan their own weddings and hire a wedding planner/coordinator to implement the plan on the day of the wedding. Although it is called "Day Of Coordination" (or DOC for short), your wedding coordinator will become involved at least one month before your wedding.

According to, "Hiring a professional wedding coordinator just for the wedding day, to organize and manage details, can save a bride's sanity."

If you have planned out the majority of your wedding, a "day of" coordinator will serve as your total relief on your wedding day by tying up loose ends and finalizing dates and times with all vendors involved. 

There are a lot of details to worry about on your wedding day, so why not let a coordinator worry about the details instead of you? 

During the month leading up to your big day the coordinator will make sure that all contracts have been signed with all vendors, ensure that everything from the flower girl's dress to your dress will be ready, confirm the final itinerary with you and all of your vendors and, most important of all, take the stress off of you.

The "day of" ceremony services include making sure the flowers, decorators, cake, photographer, limousine and entertainment all arrive when they are supposed to, provide coordination for the ceremony so that it runs smoothly, acting as crowd control in between the ceremony and reception, and making sure that everything is taken care of so that you do not have to.

As you can see, the major benefit of having a "day of" coordinator is total relaxation. Wedding coordinators take pride in taking the weight off of your shoulders on your wedding day. That is what we live and breathe to do.

Consider having a "day of" coordinator for your wedding day. Because, after all, don't you deserve to have maximum relaxation on your special day?

In our new series, we will provide several tips for brides to understand what they need to prepare in advance to make an efficient transition over to the wedding coordinator.

Until next time…

Glitter Wishes & Unicorn Kisses

Posted on March 25, 2019 and filed under Wedding Planning.


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Please note:

The date for the Money & Matrimony Workshop has changed to APRIL 26, 2019.

All other details remain the same. We will still be at Southern Cross Kitchen in Conshohocken. We will still open the doors at 6pm. We still plan to give you awesome financial planning tips to guide you as you prepare for your wedding, honeymoon, home buying, and family growth.

Early Bird Registration has been extended to March 31. Get your tickets now @

Until then…

Glitter Wishes & Unicorn Kisses

How to Plan Your Wedding Without Losing Your Mind


1. Give yourself enough time to get what you really want.

  • How many times have you rushed to the mall to buy an outfit at the last minute? You probably got frustrated and annoyed when you weren't able to find exactly what you pictured in your mind. You probably ended up buying something you really didn't like or want. Is that what you want for your wedding?

  • Get the big jobs taken care of first. Figure out how many guests you want to attend before you look for a venue. Find your venue before you buy your dress. Hire your most important wedding pros (photo, video, music, florist, etc.) early.

2. Seek professional help.

  • Hire a wedding planner to help narrow down the options. A professional wedding planner can match high-quality vendors to your budget (a huge timesaver for you).

  • If the cost of wedding planning services is a concern, ask about packages and different levels of service.

  • Even if you hire a wedding planner, you are still an active participant in the planning process. Make sure you describe your vision clearly so you can be on the same page.

3. Keep good records.

  • Buy a purse-sized notebook and carry it with you at all times. This notebook should include details such as the addresses and phone numbers for your venues, the name of the flowers you fell in love with as you skimmed thru a magazine in line at the supermarket, etc. (You never know when or where you will be inspired.) You should also use this notebook to jot down items to remember from vendor appointments such as prices and service options.

  • At home, keep a portable file box or large binder handy for all of your magazine clippings, receipts, and contracts.

4. If you need help, ask for it.

  • Repeat after me "I am not Superwoman!"

  • Sometimes, you may need a friend's opinion or an extra set of hands.

  • Delegate some of your tasks to your bridal party.

  • Be nice... not a horrific Bridezilla.

  • While your at it, assign a few tasks to the groom too. After all, it is his wedding too.

5. Take some nights and weekends off from planning your wedding to enjoy being engaged.

The experienced staff at Trilogy Event Design is ready to meet with you to find the best ways we can work with you to eliminate some of the stress and overwhelming feelings that come along with planning a major life event. Planning your wedding should not be mentally draining. Contact us today!

Until next time…

Glitter Wishes & Unicorn Kisses

Posted on March 18, 2019 and filed under Wedding Planning.

10 Reasons Why You Need to Be at This Workshop

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The Money & Matrimony Workshop is scheduled for April 12, 2019 at Southern Cross Kitchen in Conshohocken.

Here are 10 reasons why you need to be there: 

  1. Randi Martin, Chief Event Planner @ Trilogy Event Design will help you to plan your fabulous wedding with tips to save your time, save your money, and save your sanity.

  2. Lateisha Johnson, Licensed Financial Coach and CEO @ Wealth & Wellness Network will give you the financial secrets to your happily ever after.

  3. Fabulous Money Management Tips for Your Wedding (plus the answer to "How much should I be spending on this?")

  4. Guidance for Combining and Protecting Assets

  5. Money-Saving Tips for Buying Your First Home

  6. Personalized Attention to Your Individual Questions/Challenges

  7. Share in a journey to gain confidence and peace of mind about money which leads to a stronger bond with your partner

  8. Mingle & Meet Other Engaged Couples

  9. Great Food & Beverages

  10. Swag Bags

Tickets are currently on sale for the MONEY & MATRIMONY Workshop in Conshohocken PA. Be sure to get yours TODAY @

As always…

Glitter Wishes & Unicorn Kisses  

Posted on March 13, 2019 and filed under Special Events.