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We can not wait to begin creating a celebration as special as your love story.
Everlasting Occasions is known for planning and designing exceptional occasions. We have created a planning experience that is as thorough as it is seamless, bringing a customized and tailored planning experience to those who value fine art of hosting, and desire to create an approachable, detail rich, timeless wedding celebration.
We are so excited you are here, and can not wait to meet you!
Let all you do be done in love. 1 Corinthians 16:14.
Everlasting Occasions only partners with business that are knowledgeable, experinced and trusted vendors. We have our preffered providers that we work with to make sure every single detail is excuted seamlessly. Allowing you to enjoy every significant moment, with tranquility.
We provide a unparalleled level of personalized service and attention to detail, allowing us to fully understand the intricacies of what makes your family and relationships unique to you as a couple, and limit our bookings to ensure we are able to uphold our incredibly high standards of service.
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Provides vendor referrals and negotiates contracts; schedules and attends all vendor meetings. Creates detailed timelines and floor plans. Helps determine and manage your budget. Attends site tours and menu tastings. Brainstorms style ideas and coordinates design details. Coordinates hotel room blocks and transportation. Manages the rehearsal. Oversees everything on the wedding day (makes sure everyone adheres to the timeline, handles snafus, manages vendors, and executes your vision on-site).
A wedding coordinator is logistically focused but on a shorter timeline than a planner. They usually begin helping you prepare a month before the wedding and function as the point person on the wedding day. They will confirm vendor contracts and create a day-of timeline, as well as make sure things like payments and guest counts are in order, but won't be involved in the earlier planning phases or keeping track of your budget.
Invitations should be sent to your guests six to eight weeks in advance of your wedding. Invitations for destination weddings should be sent to your guests three months in advance of your wedding.
We know that you want your wedding to be a unique day that celebrates you! Tell us more about the story of your relationship that you want to share with your guests. We'll get back to you soon with some ideas!
Avon Park, Florida 33825, United States