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Here’s a little something to get excited about then – in my inbox the news that new brand Made By Niemierko (a streamlined and scaled down service overseen by Mark Niemierko, star wedding planner) offers wedding planning for as little as £5,000 – it isn’t peanuts, but for a top wedding planner it isn’t bad at all! This is how you might just be able to enlist the help of one of the most luxurious services in UK weddings! Read on…

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Made By Niemierko gives couples access to celebrity wedding planner Mark Niemierko for the very first time. Mark is responsible for planning Rochelle and Marvin Humes’ Blenheim Palace wedding, Julia and James Corden’s Babington House nuptials, and has overseen weddings with royalty in attendance, such as the society wedding at which Prince Harry was a guest in September last year.

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Niemierko, the leading luxury wedding and event planners founded by celebrity party planner Mark Niemierko, launches a new streamlined service, Made By Niemierko, for couples on a smaller budget who still want that wow wedding as well as guaranteed peace of mind on their wedding day.

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I briefly caught a short story on the national news earlier this week, about the UK’s first bride and groom to wed at midnight. Did you see it? I’m not too clued up on the laws about what time you can get married, so I was pleased when wedding planner Aimee Dunne got in touch to explain the changes to the law and what it means for UK brides and grooms.

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Wedding photo credit Phil Drinkwater. Click to see the real wedding (a Papakata wedding in Cheshire)

Midnight wedding, anyone?

From October 1 2012, the UK has joined the 21st century as outdated restrictions on marriage and civil partnership times are removed. The Home Office have announced that people wanting to get married or register a civil partnership will now be able to do so any time of the day or night under the Protection of Freedoms Act. Couples were previously restricted to between 8am and 6pm.