Peace of Mind | Wedding Day Coordination

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  • (1) one hour complimentary meeting to review wedding plans, vendor deliverables and expectations.
  • Email and phone consultation.
  • Up to (1) hour of on-site rehearsal coordination by your Kate & Company Personal Planner.
  • Up to (8) hours of wedding day coordination by your Kate & Company Personal Planner.
  • On-site management of wedding and reception set-up to ensure all services and products are set-up and supplied as contracted.
  • On-site coordination of rehearsal, wedding and reception to ensure all the details are covered and activities are kept on-schedule.
  • Distribute all attendant flowers and bouquets.
  • Distribute tossing items to guests for bride and groom exit.
  • Supervise collection, re-location and loading of wedding gifts into designated vehicle.
  • Distribute final payments and gratuities to vendors.

Pricing determined after consultation

Final Touches | Wedding Planning Assistance

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  • (1) complimentary initial consultation.
  • Assignment of a Kate & Company Personal Planner to coordinate and consult with you one month prior to and on your wedding day.
  • (1) one hour touch-base meeting prior to wedding.
  • Email and phone consultation.
  • Review of vendor contracts.
  • Confirmation of all vendor responsibilities two weeks before the wedding.
  • Reconfirmation of all vendor responsibilities one day before the wedding.
  • Prepare detailed ceremony and reception itinerary and timeline for vendors and wedding party with email reminders of “To Do” Tasks.
  • Up to (1) hour of on-site rehearsal coordination by your Kate & Company Personal Planner.
  • Up to (8) hours of wedding day coordination by your Kate & Company Personal Planner.
  • On-site management of wedding and reception set-up to ensure all services and products are set-up and supplied as contracted.
  • On-site coordination of rehearsal, wedding and reception to ensure all the details are covered and activities are kept on-schedule.
  • Distribute all attendant flowers and bouquets.
  • Distribute tossing items to guests for bride and groom exit.
  • Supervise collection, re-location and loading of wedding gifts into designated vehicle.
  • Distribute final payments and gratuities to vendors.
  • Personal Assistance Package to include emergency kit, aromatherapy and nourishing snacks on the day of to help keep the bride de-stressed!

Pricing determined after consultation

The Whole Kate & Kaboodle | Full Service Wedding Coordination & Design

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  • (1) complimentary initial consultation.
  • Assignment of a Kate & Company Personal Planner to coordinate and consult with you from beginning to end.
  • (1) two hour planning session to discuss ideas, expectations, budget, determine theme.
  • (1) one hour touch-base meeting prior to wedding.
  • Email and phone consultation.
  • Etiquette advice.
  • Personalized wedding checklist and detailed timeline for tasks leading up to wedding.
  • Budget development and management.
  • Site and vendor recommendation, selection, contract review and liaison.
  • Creation of customized wedding design, décor and theme concepts.
  • Menu and wine review and recommendation.
  • Assist with invitation design and selection.
  • Marriage license and name change information.
  • Review and recommend guest favors, attendant gifts, seating guides, programs, menu cards, place cards and guest amenities.
  • Confirmation of all vendor responsibilities two weeks before the wedding.
  • Reconfirmation of all vendor responsibilities one day before the wedding.
  • Prepare detailed ceremony and reception itinerary and timeline for vendors and wedding party.
  • Organize ground transportation for wedding party.
  • Up to (1) hour of on-site rehearsal coordination by your Kate & Company Personal Planner.
  • Up to (8) hours of wedding day coordination by your Kate & Company Personal Planner.
  • On-site management of wedding and reception set-up to ensure all services and products are set-up and supplied as contracted.
  • On-site coordination and management of rehearsal, wedding and reception to ensure all the details are covered and activities are kept on-schedule.
  • Distribute all attendant flowers and bouquets.
  • Distribute tossing items to guests for bride and groom exit.
  • Supervise collection, re-location and loading of wedding gifts into designated vehicle.
  • Distribute final payments and gratuities to vendors.
  • Personal Assistance Package to include emergency kit, aromatherapy and nourishing snacks on the day of to help keep the bride de-stressed!

Pricing determined after consultation

Top 2012 Trend Eleven: Spirited Tango Takes the Lead

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Color palettes for 2012 are bold, vivacious and subtly seductive. Color authority Pantone Color Institute drives the trends for fashion and décor and this year their pick for 2012’s color of the year is Tangerine Tango. This reddish orange color is vibrant and energetic, sure to be an attention grabber at any wedding. We are also seeing soft muted pastels, greens, blues and lilacs in fabrics and bolder, vibrant colors like reds, oranges, lime greens and royal blues in decor accents. Black is back as an accent. For example, black sofas are “in” and white are “out” when creating lounges for receptions or post wedding fun.

~Katie C

Top 2012 Trend Thirteen: A Mismatched Wedding

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From bridesmaid dresses to boutonnieres, the trend for a 2012 wedding is to have less symmetry than ever before! Standing at the altar with carbon copy bridesmaids is out, while letting your bridesmaid choose dresses in different colors, styles, lengths, and patterns is in. Let your bridesmaids wear a dress that fits their own unique figure, style, and personality. And, that they will wear again!
Although mismatching is the trend, we suggest keeping a central theme in order to keep the entire ceremony unified, polished, and stylish. The possibilities of how to pull this trend off are endless! Here are a few tips: 
  • Pick the exact same dress in the different tones of your wedding color palette. This creates a stylish look and gives your bridal party a pop of color.
  • For the groomsmen, let them choose from different colored boutonnieres or ties.
  • Use the same color, but different shades. This idea works great for both the bridesmaids and groomsmen. Pantone color books or paint fan books from your local hardware store make great sources of inspiration to start. 
  • Give your bridesmaids the exact color and fabric you would like them to wear and let them come up with their own dress. 
  • Want to keep it simple? Have the same dress for all of your bridesmaids and mismatch the accessories. From necklaces, shoes, bouquets, and earrings, you have an endless amount of possibilities! 

    ~Cathy H.

Top 2012 Trend Twelve: Flower Power

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Paper is big this year and is being used as a creative way to decorate wedding spaces from the altar to the sweetheart table. Talented designers are creating gorgeous walls of show stopping paper flowers and paper accents. Paper can be used in so many different ways.

That’s it for the top twelve trends of 2012!

~Katie C

Top 2012 Trend Twelve: Flower Power

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Paper is big this year and is being used as a creative way to decorate wedding spaces from the altar to the sweetheart table. Talented designers are creating gorgeous walls of show stopping paper flowers and paper accents. Paper can be used in so many different ways.

That’s it for the top twelve trends of 2012!

~Katie C