Today, my friend, Jennifer, Director of Events at K2 Productions, is sharing her thoughts on the perks of a wedding planner. Jennifer is such a doll to work with and is such a great resource for all things DJ, video, and lighting.
On the day of your wedding, K2Production’s DJs are prepared with your detailed planning sheets and a timeline from your planner. Even with all of this pre-wedding planning, small changes can, and will, always come up on the day of your wedding. Since your DJ/MC is an integral part of controlling the flow of the evening through the music, it’s really helpful to have an experienced planner, like Leigh Pearce, on-site is she are able to let us know what happening next and if anything has changed from the original timeline. This allows us to be even more prepared and for things to run seamlessly for you and your guests.
It’s all in the details. Things that may seem small and unimportant to most, like which door the bridal party will be entering the reception through or which side of the table you’ll stand when you cut the cake is important for K2Produciton’s videographers to know. These details are important so your videographers can set up cameras in the best possible locations to capture these moments all without being intrusive or blocking your guest’s view. We need at least 3 minutes advance notice to ensure our audio equipment and cameras are set appropriately before these important moments occur. These are the day-of details your wedding planner knows and can give your videographers throughout your event.