Who – Anna and Tom
When – Sept-10th 2016
Where – Welcome drink in the „Moskovska 15“ garden, wedding reception – Military club, Sofia.
- Demanding bride and groom with full time jobs, living in London.
- Organization of three events in three different locations: pre-wedding dinner, welcome drink, and wedding reception.
- Transport and accommodation for guests from abroad and cities outside of Sofia
- Requirements for a modern rock band for a two 40-minutes sets performance on the wedding reception.
- Organization of the proper sound and professional lightning.
- Three of the most unusual requirements in my work as a wedding agent: citrus trees as a decoration element in the Military club, sword for cake cutting, and two people (outside of the wedding guest list) to keep the tables for the after-party in Bedroom. Oh, yeah! And 70 umbrellas for the guests in case it rained.
- My first wedding without a DJ.
- The day before the wedding day, the groom asked me for a singer and an accordionist to perform the song for the first wedding dance of the bride and groom “Anna’s kiss”.
- Coordination of all vendors – the ones recommended by Inanna and the ones selected by the bride and groom, on the wedding day.
How we solved them?
- The bride and groom’s extraordinary punctuality and the impeccable professionalism of all vendors; our schedule progressed with the accuracy of a Japanese train.
- We addressed the unconventional decoration wishes with the creativity and assistance of Galia from Victoria Wedding who helped me with finding the trees and dressing them up as lemon trees.
- Naturally, the lack of a wedding DJ contributed to two dramatic moments during the wedding reception, which fortunately we quickly addressed and the guests didn’t notice.
- So, at the end – the cake was cut with the beautiful sword, the speeches were heartfelt, the band sounded wonderful and managed to create great atmosphere and bring almost all guests dancing at the stage. My friends, who kept the table at Bedroom, also had fun.
- And the biggest proof of a job well done were the thank-you’s we received from the Tom and the bride’s mom in their wedding speeches.