If you decide on a rehearsal, usually on the evening prior to the wedding, we will provide up to an hour of service to coordinate both the processional (the sequencing of the opening procession) and the recessional (at the end of the ceremony) elements of the wedding ceremony. We recommend a rehearsal particularly for wedding parties that include six or more people and/or young children as ring bearers, flower girls, or junior bridesmaids.
There is an additional charge for this service.
How can you tell if a wedding ceremony has been “rehearsed”?
- The processional is seamless: everyone in the wedding party knows what to do, where to stand, who to escort, where to line up – everyone is more relaxed at the wedding ceremony the next day.
- The ceremony is seamless: You know what is coming next, when to respond, when to kiss. You are more relaxed
- The recessional is seamless: you walk down the aisle and our on-site coordinator guides you to your private moment and or reception line; the wedding party is escorted by our on-site coordinator to a special spot reserved just for them.
- Your guests sense an order to the things and your ceremony is one they will remember for years to come