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Got a question? Hear what the experts have to say! HOW CAN I BE SURE THERE WILL BE SMOOTH TRANSITIONS BETWEEN MUSIC SELECTIONS DURING THE FORMAL SEATINGS AT MY WEDDING? The most important thing is to make sure that the wedding coordinator communicates with the string quartet. If the coordinator gives a clear cue to the musicians when it is time to start the seatings, then sends each group down the aisle to the correct music selection, the quartet can easily time selections to end after the last person in each group has been seated. Stradivarius String Quartet 972.949.4111 www.stradivariusmusic.com

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HIRING A WEDDING PLANNER AND USING THE ON-SITE COORDINATOR AT A VENUE? The difference between a wedding planner and an on-site coordinator is like the difference between an interior designer and a real estate broker. The on-site coordinator‘s responsibility is to ensure the correct food is served, venue staff are performing their duties, the facility is set up according to the agreed-upon floor plan, and that other specifications on the banquet event order are fulfilled. The wedding planner is responsible for checking that vendors deliver what’s specified in the contracts, overseeing décor, managing the wedding timeline, responding to emergencies, ensuring that key people don’t miss important events and keeping the mom and the bride from working so they can enjoy their guests and the celebration. Danielle Hasting One Fine Day Weddings & Events 817.717.5478 www.onefinedaytx.com

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