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Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ on Ceremony and Officiant
Q-Do you have sample Ceremony Scripts you can send?
A-Yes and no. Every Ceremony is unique and created with your input from scratch. We discuss what you would like in a planning session.
For the Love Story Ceremony, I send out five questions about your relationship and engagement which you fill out, then I create your Ceremony just for you! So, I do not have Scripts, but I can send you a few previous Ceremonies.
Q-How long is a typical Ceremony?
A-Of course, this depends on which Ceremony you choose and what you would like to include; however, it is usually between form 15 and 25 minutes. If the Ceremony is bilingual, add 5-10 minutes.
Q-How long is an Elopement Ceremony?
A-Usually between 5 and 20 minutes.
Q- Are you Spanish speaking as well?
A-Yes, we are bilingual and perform bilingual Ceremonies as well.
FAQ on Day of Wedding Coordinator
Do I need to hire a Day of Coordinator?
Weddings take a lot of preparation. We have found that planning a wedding is a significant event that most people do not have experience in. We love wedding planners, and the right planner can make all the difference, but many couples do not want to spend big sums of money on a Wedding Planner. However, everyone needs guidance through the wedding planning process. We are the middle ground between going it alone and turning it all over. As Coordinators, we have the answers, advice, and knowledge that only experience and our network can provide to help you through the wedding planning process. Your wedding is an event with multiple appointments, gatherings, and parties. Of course, timing is everything; so much is packed into the Wedding that it can spin out of control even before it arrives. This is where a Day of Coordinator is an ideal fit for brides and grooms.
What is difference between a Planner and a Coordinator?
Q-My Venue already has a venue manager/ coordinator, do I really need a Day of Coordinator?
A-In most cases YES! Why? Because in most cases the venue manager/ coordinator is the just that, there for the venue not you personally on your wedding day. A DOC working in tandem with the venue creates a more seamless and stress free day.
* If the venue offers a wedding DOC, make sure to find out upfront their roles on and before your wedding day.
Q-Will Brey & Co. be onsite the entire time from start to finish?
A-Yes!We are typically the first to arrive and the last to leave the venue. Our average onsite time from the beginning of the ceremony to the end of reception is 10 hrs. This doesn't count offsite hours the week of which is typically more than a full work week of 60 hrs. Brey & Co. invest a lot of time, expertise and "love" into making sure everything is in place in order to execute flawlessly.
Q-Why do you do what you do?
A-That's simple, Its truly our passion not our hobby!
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