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WEDDING & RECEPTION PLANNER

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A wedding
day is very special for every Bride and Groom. There are no hard and
fast rules regarding wedding day protocol; no right or wrong ways to
celebrate this very special occasion. This is your day and our ultimate
goal is to make you happy!. Based on our years of experience, we will
make suggestions and recommendations. In the end it is your decision
how your wedding and reception will be organized, which announcements
will be made, and what type of music will be played. Do not hesitate to
email or call our office to discuss any questions you may have while
filling out this form.
Bride’s
Name
Bride’s Daytime Phone NumberBride’s Evening Phone Number
Bride’s Email Address

Bride’s Street Address

Bride’s City Of Residence

Bride’s State Of Residence

Bride’s Zip Code Of Residence

Groom’s
Name
Groom’s Daytime Phone NumberGroom’s Evening Phone Number*
Groom’s Email Address* Groom’s
Street Address*

Groom’s City Of Residence*

Groom’s State Of Residence*

Groom’s Zip Code Of Residence*

*Leave blank if information is same as Bride’s.

 

Wedding
& Reception Date (Sample: January 4, 2004)
Reception Start TimeReception End Time
Our Reception Will Be Held At The Following Venue
Venue Phone Number

Our Reception Will Be Held In The Following City
& State

 

I expect                              No. of People to
Attend. 

The Ceremony

Pre-Ceremony
Music This is the music that will be played as your guests
arrive
and await the beginning of the Ceremony. (Suggestion: Classical or New
Age (Kenny G, Enya, etc.) is appropriate.  Just prior to the
ceremony, the Groom and his Groom’s Men will gather at the front to
await the arrival of the Bride and her entourage.)
Other
Type of Music ?

 

Procession
of Bride’s Maids and Maid/Matron of Honor This is the music
that
will be played as your Flower Girl, Bride’s Maids, and Maid/Matron of
Honor walk down the isle. (Suggestion: Pachelbel’s Canon In D.)
Other
?

 

Bride’s
Entrance This is the music that will be played as Bride walks
down
the isle. (Suggestion: The Wedding March (also known as Here Comes The
Bride). This is the most traditional of songs, however you may wish to
walk down the isle to another song. The choice is personal and one that
you are free to make.
Other
?

 

Bride
and Groom’s Exit This is the music that will be played after
the
ceremony has finished, as Bride and Groom make their exit to take
photographs and make their way to the reception. (Suggestion: The
Bridal Chorus. This is the most traditional of songs, however you may
wish to exit the ceremony to another song. The choice is personal and
one that you are free to make. 
Other
?

 

Special
Instructions
(List any special request songs and the occasion to be played here)

 

The Reception

About
Your Grand Entrance: It is up to you to decide who will and
will
not be announced during the Grand Entrance. It is your choice whether
or not to announce Grandparents, Parents, Flower Girl, Ring Bearer,
etc.. Your decision may be influenced by factors such as who is in
attendance or an individual’s health and mobility. These decisions are
yours and should not be questioned by friends or family.
Grand Entrance Song This is the song that

will be played
as the Bridal Party is being announced into the reception hall.
Other
song or write “NONE”:

 

If they
are to be announced, please indicate the proper way to introduce your
Grandparents and Parents. Examples:

  • Mr. and Mrs.: “Brian and Janet Jones”
  • Mr. and his wife: “Brian Jones” and Doreen”
  • Mr. escorting: “Brian Jones” “Denise Smith”
  • Mrs. and her husband: “Brenda Allen” and “Bill”
  • Mrs. escorted by: “Brenda Allen” “John Williams”
  • Do Not Announce
Bride’s
Grandparents (Mother’s Side)
Announce/Do
not announce
Bride’s
Grandparents (Mother’s Side if more than 1 couple)
Announce/Do
Not
Bride’s
Grandparents (Father’s Side)
Announce/Do
Not
Bride’s
Grandparents (Father’s Side if more than 1 couple)
Announce/Do
Not
Bride’s
Parents
Announce/Do
Not
Bride’s
Parents if more than 1 couple
Announce/Do
Not
Groom’s
Grandparents (Mother’s Side)
Announce/Do
Not
Groom’s
Grandparents (Mother’s Side if more than 1 couple)
Announce/Do
Not
Groom’s
Grandparents (Father’s Side)
Announce/Do
Not
Groom’s
Grandparents (Father’s Side if more than 1 couple)
Announce/Do
Not
Groom’s
Parents
Announce/Do
Not
Groom’s
Parents (If more than 1 couple)
Announce/Do
Not

 

You may
have your Bridal Party announced by First Names only, or First and Last
Names. Please spell all names phonetically so your emcee will pronounce
everyone’s name correctly. Use as many of the spaces as necessary to
list Bride’s Maids and Groom’s Men.

BRIDE


Flower
Girl

Bride’s Maids escorted by…

Bride’s Maids escorted by…

Bride’s Maids escorted by…

Bride’s Maids escorted by…

Bride’s Maids escorted by…

Bride’s Maids escorted by…

Bride’s Maids escorted by…

Bride’s Maids escorted by…

Bride’s Maids escorted by…

GROOM


Ring
Bearer

Groom’s Man

Groom’s Man

Groom’s Man

Groom’s Man

Groom’s Man

Groom’s Man

Groom’s Man

Groom’s Man

Groom’s Man

Maid
of Honor
Best Man
Bridal
CoupleMr. and Mrs.

 

Bride
& Groom’s First Dance (Suggestion: Do your First
Dance right
after your grand entrance while the main focus of attention is on you)
Other

 

First
Dance Song  

 

Prayer
? Yes/No

 

Dinner
Service What Syle (Buffet etc.)

 

Dinner
Music (Suggestion: A mix of Light Jazz and Love Songs at a
volume
that will allow you and your guests to enjoy your dinner conversation)
Light
Dinner Music ? Yes/No

 

Bride/Father
and Groom/Mother Dance Songs Timing (Suggestion: Have the
Bride and
Groom dances with your parents right after dinner, before the guests
start dancing)
Yes/No/When
?

 

Bride/Father
Dance Song  

 

Groom/Mother
Dance Song 

 

Cake
Cutting ?
When? 

 

Toast
(Suggestion: Do your Toast right before Dinner or right before the Cake
Cutting) 
When?
Bouquet
Toss (Suggestion: Do your Bouquet and Garter Tosses
immediately
after the cake cutting) 
When
?

 

Garter
Toss (Suggestion: Do your Bouquet and Garter Tosses
immediately
after the cake cutting)
When
?

 

Last
Dance Song (Suggestion: It is helpful to pick a “Last Dance
Song”
if you have a scheduled exit)
Song
Titel and Artist:
Ice
Breakers (An “Ice Breaker” is a song or activity that we use
to
loosen up your guests and get them out on the dance floor. Such songs
and activities include: The Chicken Dance, the Macarena, the Electric
Slide, the Hokey Pokey, the YMCA, etc.. Even though you may not think
that it is appropriate to do the Chicken Dance, many of your guests may
actually be looking forward to it. Suggestion: It is best to keep an
open mind regarding these activities and follow the judgement of your
dj/emcee as to the degree it may enhance the quality of your special
event. As always, the final decision is yours as to which activities
and formalities are welcome at your event!)
Ice
Breakers ?

 

Song/Activity
Requests (List any special request songs here)

 

The
Dollar Dance (The “Dollar Dance” is a special dance that
found it’s
way to our area from the North Eastern United States. This dance is
optional and should be done only if the Bride and Groom are
comfortable. The way it works is as follows: the emcee invites your
guests to dance with the Bride and Groom, for a price. The Maid/Matron
of Honor and the Best Man are usually the designated money collectors
as your guests line up for an opportunity to “buy” a dance with you.
The money collected may be used for your honeymoon, or whatever!)
Dollar
Dance Yes/No ?  Song Titles and
Artist ?

 

Special
Requests and Instructions