Learn the differences between a wedding planner and a venue co-ordinator with this handy guide from Roselyn Court Reception Centre.
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The Differences Between a Venue Co-ordinator and a Wedding Planner:
If you’re like many people, you may not know what the actual responsibilities of a
wedding planner are. However, they’re becoming an increasingly prominent fixture
in the wedding industry, so it’s worthwhile knowing what a wedding planner is and
how they differ from other roles such as a venue co-ordinator. Roselyn Court is here
to explain the differences between the two.
Roles and Responsibilities of the Venue Co-ordinator:
Despite many people using the terms interchangeably, the roles of the ‘wedding
planner’ and ‘venue co-ordinator’ are noticeably different. The venue co-ordinator is
your main point of contact with the venue and their role is to look after the interests
of the venue. Here at Roselyn Court Reception Centre, the venue co-ordinator will
oversee things like your initial appointment to look at the premises, organising tasting
sessions for menus, and monitor payments to the venue. On the day of your wedding,
they will also ensure the venue is properly set up and will typically leave after the
Roles and Responsibilities of the Wedding Planner:
While the venue coordinator works for and is ultimately answerable to the venue, the
wedding planner works for and is ultimately answerable to the newlywed couple. The
wedding planner is there to ensure your wedding day goes off without a hitch. They
meticulously plan every detail and are on duty from beginning to end. The wedding
planner will also get to know you as a couple and can help to fashion a day that
speaks to your individual and collective personalities.
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As you can see, the differences between both roles are quite significant, so there’s no
need to think that you won’t require a wedding planner if you’ll be liaising with a
For more information, feel free to contact Roselyn Court in Essendon. We can help
make your special day all the more special at: http://www.roselyncourt.net.au/.