As I explained earlier, part of the intern process is writing a blog of their first experience with Southern Charm Wedding & Events, so now I would like to introduce to you another of our interns, Kristen Thomas:
card table, which by the way, definitely made me sharpen up on my alphabetical ordering
skills which I’m glad I paid attention in grammar school. Lol. We set up the center
with the bridal were ready to party!
During the reception, on a few different occasions, some of the guests stopped me to
ask more about Southern Charm Events and to shower us with compliments about a job
fulfillment, and ultimately, that’s what it’s all about. You cannot and I repeat CANNOT
be a successful Wedding Coordinator unless your main goal is to please the client and
make their vision and dream come to fruition.
really smoothly. I’m sure that my initiation will occur really soon and I will be subjected
to the wrath of Bridezilla. Either way, I’m excited and looking forward to my new life
that I like to call “Becoming a Wedding-ista”!
1. Keep age and interests in mind. Couples should try to keep people of similar ages and interests seated together. For example, your parents’ elderly neighbors should not be seated at the same table as your former college roommates. Instead, consider what guests might have in common and seat them accordingly. If there are people who simply do not get along from a family riff, do seat them far apart.