Are you about to get married and would like to hire someone for your wedding planning? You have two options: opt for complete organization or just coordination on the big day.

The difference between D-day coordination and complete wedding planning

For D-day coordination, the wedding planner takes care of the smooth running of the wedding and the preparations. She takes care of the day’s logistics, coordinating service providers and anticipating any unforeseen events. For complete organization, she also takes care of defining your specifications and budget, proposing a selection of service providers and reception venues, monitoring the progress of preparations, tracking your expenses and drawing up the D-day schedule.

Expertise and support throughout the process

First of all, with a complete organization, you benefit from the expertise and support of the wedding planner at every stage of your wedding planning. This is something you don’t get with D-day coordination alone. For complete organization, the wedding planner analyzes your wishes to make sure they’re best suited to you. They’ll make sure you choose the right suppliers/venues, manage your budget, and so on. Their experience can help you make informed decisions and avoid common mistakes. This allows you to create a wedding that corresponds to your wishes and your budget, with the support of your partner.

Coordination with suppliers

By proposing service providers from their address books, the wedding planner will already have exchanged ideas with them, thus avoiding potential problems. Indeed, in the case of simple D-day coordination, there could be organizational problems, as the suppliers and the wedding planner will not have agreed beforehand. Changes may have to be made, which will waste time in preparation. What’s more, when the wedding planner selects the suppliers, she ensures the quality of their services.

Expense management 

By opting for complete organization, the wedding planner can keep track of your expenses and help you stick to your budget. She will then ask for quotes from the various service providers to ensure that the budget is not exceeded. Their knowledge of the market can also help you find quality suppliers while respecting your financial constraints. But with D-day coordination, you’re the one who has to manage your budget.

Time management

You may not have enough time to devote to planning your wedding. A complete organization can save you precious time. The wedding planner will take care of all the planning and management. What’s more, she’ll keep a close eye on the progress of preparations to ensure that everything is ready on time. Unlike D-day coordination, which requires you to manage your own time and the progress of your suppliers.

Reduced stress 

Wedding planning can be stressful, especially if you’re trying to do it all yourself. Hiring a wedding planner to take care of the entire organization can considerably reduce your stress level, as she’ll take care of everything. All that’s left for you to do is enjoy yourself throughout the preparations and on your big day. With D-Day coordination, you’ll have all the organization to deal with (except the D-Day itself). Letting us organize everything according to your wishes could help you avoid stress.

D-Day planning 

If you opt for complete organization, you will of course also be responsible for coordinating the big day. The wedding planner will draw up a detailed schedule for the big day, ensuring that every moment is efficiently coordinated. After all the upstream preparation, she’ll also take care of coordinating the service providers, orchestrating the different moments of the day and anticipating any unforeseen events. Their presence allows you to enjoy your day to the full, without having to worry about technical details.

In short, choosing us as your wedding planner for a complete organization guarantees meticulous planning. This will enable you to enjoy your special day with complete peace of mind.