What are Wedding Planners?

As you plan, think of the planner as your guide. A wedding planner is responsible for planning the logistical elements that bring a wedding vision to life, and is involved from the very beginning of the planning process. We assist with budget creation, management, venue selection, vendor and supplier referrals, wedding day timeline, seating arrangements, and so on.

“You don’t have to be concerned about whether or not you’ll actually be able to plan your own wedding, because you will still be making all of the decisions and be a very active participant in planning your wedding. The only difference is that you will just have help doing it!”

Take A Vow will always have your best interests at heart, and will become everyone’s point-of-contact on your wedding day, which means you and your beloved are free to enjoy every moment!

What are Wedding Designers?

Wedding designers are in charge of the overall visual aesthetics of the wedding. We think in terms of the ‘big picture’. This includes wedding design, décor, concept and how that design concept will be carried through each visual element like floristry, lighting technicians, audio video specialists and photographers to create the look and feel of your wedding.

Great wedding design involves creativity. We translate our client’s style, ideas and visions into something incredible that will exceed their expectations and imagination.  Designing weddings starts with getting to know our clients, and having a solid grasp of who they are, what they like, and what is important to them. This gives us a solid foundation we can use to build the design ideas and style for the wedding or event.

What are Wedding Day Managers/Coordinators?

The primary duty of a Wedding Day Manager and/or coordinator is to be there on the big day and ensure it runs smoothly and according to plan. They are often referred to as ‘Day-of Coordinators’. The coordinator will also jump in a month before the wedding to finalise last minute details, confirm vendor and supplier obligations, create a timeline and oversee the set up of the décor. This is different to ‘Venue Coordinators’ who work for the venue and ensure your wedding follows the rules and regulations of the space. As wedding planners we’ll often work hand in hand with the venue coordinator.