by: Lauren

{Wedding Planning Advice} Slow Your Day Down via

“Slow the day down. Everyone always says, your wedding day is blur, but it doesn’t have to be! How wonderful would it be to enjoy the day with your wedding party and family, with out feeling rushed all day? A first look or an extended cocktail hour will give you and your photographer much more time, but nothing can replace an amazing coordinator.”

Justin Demutiis Photography


Justin DeMutiis Photography

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Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.

2 responses to {Wedding Planning Advice} Slow Your Day Down

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  1. Justin DeMutiis

    For many of my brides, I create the timeline from the start of the day to the beginning the reception or sunset. not only does this allow for a more relaxed day for everyone, but it also allows for the appropriate time needed for amazing pictures. After all, I’m shooting a wedding almost every weekend of the year, so I have a good idea of how things will play out! Great vendors might cost more, but are worth their weight in gold. A great wedding planner is probably at the top of that list. Thank you Lauren for the feature!

  2. Caroline

    I agree wholeheartedly, Justin! Awesome quote.

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