Wedding Planning & Event Design-Planning personalized events since 2003!
We believe that being engaged means enjoying your engagement, not worrying about what you need to plan next. We have designed our packages to offer a variety of “Full Service Wedding Planning” options, which allow you to tell us how involved you want us to be in the planning process. Because we realize that just as weddings come in all sizes, they come in all price ranges too. We can incorporate full event planning and design (that is Kim’s specialty) or we can get you started in the right direction, then assist you along the way. It really is your call. Regardless, we’ll assist you in defining your vision, imagining your dream and enjoying your day!
Our planning packages include a variety of the following services (fyi…there is no way we can put into writing everything we do, but you can also check out our reviews which might help):
Day of Coordination-Allowing clients to experience their wedding weekends since 2003!
The flow, timing and execution of every detail are as important as the details themselves. That’s why we focus so much energy into our day of coordination services. At You’re Invited, we believe that while not every bride needs a wedding planner, every bride deserves a day of coordinator. From ceremony coordination only to full weekend coordination, we have several options to select from. And as a bonus, we have never put time limits on how long we work your wedding day. We are there to get the job done right, regardless of how long it takes.
Our day of coordination options allow you to customize your package. Choose one of our package options based on whether you need:
Regardless of the package, You’re Invited offers the same level of “day of coordination” service when we start with you 8 weeks prior to the wedding. The only difference is what you need from us for that day.
NOTE: Many venues will offer day of coordination services, but that does not mean it is the same concept as what a true day of coordinator handles on your behalf. If you questions regarding what the difference between the two is, please ask!