The Barn at Smugglers’ Notch is a stunning Vermont Wedding Venue. Being a full service venue for your Stowe Wedding , The Barn at Smugglers’ Notch knows that developing a timeline for your wedding day is the most important aspect for a Vermont Wedding Planner to create a stress free and seamless experience for their destination weddings, Boston Weddings and NYC Weddings.
We spoke, with Steve DePalma, one of the owner operators of The Barn at Smugglers’ Notch. He stated, “We want our clients to enjoy their wedding day. To that end, we strongly encourage the development of a timeline that lends itself to a stress free and seamless event day experience. In addition, it is encouraged to hire a professional to act as the day of coordinator. We offer this service where we coach and coordinate the vendor team to orchestrate an event that follows the set timeline. This will greatly ease the stress and responsibility of the couple on their wedding day”.
Further, The Barn at Smugglers’ Notch is sharing this post from their Instagram page.
“Timing is Everything”
This old adage is especially true in the seamless coordination of a spectacular wedding event.
💍 Local Wedding photographer @ashleylargesse posted this image and some thoughts on this subject, that we share below:
I am [very] often asked for wedding planning advice. I think that most brides and grooms expect my answer to be related to the pretty color scheme or other lovely details . . .
So they are usually a bit taken back when I immediately go to the timeline. It's my number one area of focus.
Why? Because far too many couples accidentally create wedding day timelines that invite constant rushing alongside more opportunities for stress and anxiety.
Which to me, is a serious no-no on the wedding day. My best advice: build a timeline that allows for more soaking in. Soaking in the moments with your people. Soaking in the moments with your new wifey or hubs. Soaking in the music, actually eating the food and taking photos without a care about what's next in the day.
Spread it all out, and remember that this day will fly by as quickly as yesterday. Give yourselves a chance to be present