Monday, August 16, 2010

How Sweetgrass Social can help you!

With the summer nearing to an end, we're gearing up for a busy fall season packed with lots weddings and parties. At Sweetgrass Social, we strive to create extraordinary events that reflect our clients' vision, personality and style. If you see a wedding in your future, we'd love to help with your big day.
Top 3 Reasons to colloborate with a Wedding Coordinator:
We know that y'all are busy people! Between work priorities, social gatherings and hanging out with family, you may not have a lot of time to devote to creating seating charts, planning a menu or handling flower arrangements. Working with an event coordinator takes a lot of responsibility off of your shoulders and allows you to relax and enjoy your engagement. We're there for you every step of the way and always willing to go the extra mile to ensure that your event exceeds your expectations.
Many brides and grooms-to-be see planning their wedding themselves as a way to make the event more affordable. While hiring an event planner may seem extravagant, it can actually save you money in the long run. We're always on the look-out for the best deals and we know how to cut costs. Because we've established relationships with our favorite vendors, we're able to help you create the event of your dreams, while keeping the costs within budget.
Event coordinators have a vast knowledge of weddings, etiquette and local resources. Whether you're trying to decide when to send out your save-the-dates, how to address your invitations, or where to find the best bakery in town, we can assist with every detail it takes to make your day perfect. We have preferred vendors and a firm grasp on what the Charleston area has to offer. We've scoured the city for the very best and we'd love nothing more than to share our knowledge with you!
If you or someone you know is planning a Charleston wedding, please visit our Web site and don't hesitate to contact us at We can't wait to hear from you!

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