Wedding Dashboard

Thanks for booking your wedding with us!  We want to ensure you have the best day possible.  This dashboard is a resource to help plan your wedding based on your selected package.  Fill in all of your information to help guide our planning meetings. 

Be sure to save your work as you go by clicking any of the "Save" buttons in the sections!

General Information          

Wedding Date:

Ceremony Location:

Start Time:

End Time:

Reception Location:

Start Time:

End Time:

# of guests:

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% 50 & above

% 35-50

% 21-35

% 21 & under

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Why do we ask for this?

(It's optional so don't feel obligated to complete)

This helps us prepare for possible different music selections and the direction of the evening. 

Bride:

Groom:

Email:

Phone:

Ceremony Details                

Officiant:

Will a wireless handheld be required for special readings during the ceremony?

Music Selections

Processionals

Parents:

by

Wedding Party:

by

Bride:

by

Recessional:

by

Notes:

Order of Events                     

Blessing given by:

Toasts given by:

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2:

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3:

4:

5:

6:

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(After reception introductions)

Wedding Party Entrance       

Introduce?

(List in entrance order)

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escorted by

escorted by

Best Man

of Honor

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Introduction Notes:

Music Selections                     

Wedding Party  Entrance:

by

Bride & Groom Entrance:

by

Chorus of Wedding Party Song

First Dance:

by

Father & Daughter:

by

Mother & Son:

by

Cake Cutting:

by

Last Song:

by

Must Play:

Do Not Play:

Reception Activities              

(aka 'Money Dance' or 'Shot Dance')

Guests have the option to dance with the bride (& groom if you choose), by dropping any amount of money into a bag or basket held by the Maid/Matron of Honor.  If you choose to provide shots, the guests then may take a shot from the tray, held by the best man and then go dance with the bride.

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The guests who've had a chance to dance with the bride remain on the floor and encircle the bride.  The last person in line should be the bride's father or both parents. The emcee then works the crowd to rotate that circle, and the groom must work his way through the crowd to get to his bride!

Made popular in Western Pennsylvania, the bridal dance is traditionally backed by a Polka.  However, we can use modern music to align with your musical preferences.

Bridal Dance  (more info)         

Bouquet Toss

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Garter Placement

Garter Toss

Garter Removal

If you have any younger guests in attendance, we will prompt for 18 and above during the Bouquet & Garter Tosses. 

Anniversary Dance

Anniversary Dance Details

Name of Couple

How many years married?

The Shoe Game  (more info)         

This game involves the bride and groom removing both of their shoes, exchanging one so they have one of each.  Sitting back-to-back, the emcee asks a series of questions to which the the couple respond by raising the shoe of who they think the answer is.

Example: "When you met, who made the first move?"

This game works great as a time filler, if needed, typically as dinner is wrapping up or elsewhere depending on your timeline.  Mark it if you're interested in having it available during the reception.