Phase 4: Day of Coordination


With all of the love, toil, and money that you've invested in your wedding day, it is incredibly important to place those plans and responsibility into the hands of an experienced wedding professional.  It cannot be stressed enough that Day of Coordination should not begin at the rehearsal - Your wedding is too important to be handled so non-chalently.

 Day of Coordination duties vary greatly from one wedding to another. At BAE we do whatever it takes to make the day absolutely flawless.

On the Day of the wedding, Responsibilities that are usually necessary for DOC include but are not limited to vendor check-in and orientation, first look management, décor set up, guest, greeting and interaction. It is the day of coordinator’s responsibility to move the evening from major moment to major moment from start to finish including ceremony flow, toasts and speeches, first dance –all the way through to waving goodbye to the newlyweds.  It is also the DOC’s responsibility to assist in all décor breakdown and the collection of belongings for the couple so that they may go enjoy their afterparty!

Day of Coordination Includes: 

The Initial RX session

Full Aisle Planner Access and Account

Timeline Design filterable for all Vendors

Floor plan Design 

1 Venue walk through

The Final RX session 4 weeks out

Vendor Confirmations including fielding timeline feed back and editing

Presence at and Coordination of the ceremony rehearsal

Lead Day of Coordinator start to finish (14 hours max)

1 Day of Coordination Assistant for 8 hours (you have the option to hire an entire army if necessary)

Coordination team will be equipped with radio headsets 

Access to BAE's Day of Convenience kit - yes it's really got anything you might need on your wedding day!