What To Expect At A Final Walk Through
Scheduling a final walk through is so important! These usually happen 30-45 days before your wedding, and that means your big day is just weeks away! We know this meeting can be overwhelming and that you probably have a thousand questions running through your head. We will take you step by step of what to expect at a final walk through and some things you will want to add to your checklist for the day.
The folks who should be in attendance at this meeting should be you guys!, the venue coordinator, catering manager, and your wedding planner. You may also have some other vendors come - such as the florist or DJ/band, if they are unfamiliar with the venue space/layout. Your wedding planner will bring all necessary organizational items; however it never hurts to bring your own notebook and questions too and sometimes clients bring decor to see in the space!
At your final walk through, you can expect to go through the venue with your whole team and discuss final floor plan and make any changes if necessary! You also can expect to finalize timeline, ceremony, reception flow, and final headcounts for catering and tie up any loose ends for your menu selections and rental items. We just want to make sure all the key players have all the information they need.
Now you are all set for your final walk through! You can leave rest assured that your special day will go off without a hitch! Congrats and enjoy the ride!
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