1. What is a lady-in-waiting?
It is a woman who attends a Queen or Princess.
2. Why do I need a Lady-In-Waiting?
Picture this... it's an hour and a half before show time everything is running smoothly, and it's time to get dressed. The Maid of Honor has successfully wrangled the entirely dressed bridal party to capture pre-ceremony photos. Meanwhile the bride is nervously waiting in the bridal suite for her entourage to arrive back in any minute. It’s now 45 minutes until show time, and the bride has put on her jewelry, undergarments and the garter by herself to save time. The last step is the gown, but there is no way she can get into it on her own. The bridesmaid's rush in from the photo shoot, there’re frantically getting the bride dressed. 10 minutes later the coordinator comes in and orders the bridal party to line up outside of the ceremony hall. The bride is finally dressed and making her way out of the bridal suit. The bridal party has started to make their entrance, and the coordinator is guiding the processional. Emotions are high, the groom and guest are waiting, then it dawns on her...the bouquet and the rings are still in the bridal suite.
Having someone with no other responsibility and a clear mind is indispensable in keeping the bride stress free during the countdown.
3. WHAT WILL A LADY-IN-WAITING DO?
Catering to the bride’s every whim is her sole job!
She’s the bride’s liaison between family, bridal party, wedding coordinator, and/or vendor director
Keeping track of time and ensuring that everything is on schedule
Assisting the bride into her bridal attire
Remaining with the bride until her all-important walk down the aisle, and beyond if requested.
HOW DO I BOOK THIS SERVICE?
Call or fill out the contact form on the Contact Us page. Just include your wedding date, time of wedding, wedding location, and how many hours of service you need. A minimum of 2 hours of service required.