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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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Nina from Fine Style Events is a gem of the wedding world. She has the most wonderful eye for those special touches which can make a wedding unique and beautiful. Not only that, Nina has the expertise, contacts and experience to save you from all the stresses and dilemmas of planning a wedding. Were you looking for a wedding planner in Surrey or the South East? Look no further!

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Wedding planning in Surrey by Fine Style Weddings & Events

“Nina took over the organisation and more importantly the worry from us, right from our first meeting. We finally had the confidence to move forwards and get our wedding planned! Whenever we had any questions, Nina was quick to respond and find a solution / supplier to match our wishes. We were able to choose from carefully selected suppliers for bands and photographers, which to us were so important. We felt supported and at ease during the whole process and I can’t imagine how different the experience would have been without Nina. On the day itself, Nina took care of everyone and everything and made sure the venue was on track with timings. The day went seamlessly and neither we, or our families, were aware of any issues if they cropped up. Nina was invaluable! Thank you for making our special day all that it was.”

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Wedding planning: can you be too organised? Photo credit: CG Weddings, Cheshire www.cgweddings.co.uk

I have admiration and astonishment in equal measure for couples – and let’s face it, mainly brides-to-be – who plan their weddings. Co-ordinating everything from guest lists to menu choices, sending invitations and remembering to order everything from top hats to garters… I can’t even begin to imagine how you do it.

It takes 18 months to plan your perfect day… or does it?

The average time to plan a wedding in the UK is 18 months, I believe. Wedding magazines, websites and books offer wedding planning checklists and guides telling you what needs to be done when: have you taken out wedding insurance? ordered buttonholes for the ushers? Do you know when to order your wedding invitations?

Can you plan your wedding too far in advance?

I read a thread on the Hitched wedding forum this week, asking how early was too early to book a wedding photographer. My experience tells me that the very best get booked up anywhere from two years in advance.

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by Cassie Cooper, wedding planner of Three Graces Weddings

It goes without saying that every bride deserves a wedding day which is beautiful, stylish and stress-free. But it seems to me that somewhere along the way we’ve all got a bit lost in the idea of everything being flawlessly perfect and we’ve forgotten to do the most important thing of all: enjoy ourselves!

Stay optimistic and plan your wedding your way

I have a natural inclination to want to organise everything to within an inch of its life; but my driving force is not the desire to make everyone’s wedding look like a spread from a magazine but the hope that everyone will just be happy on the day. ‘Just’ indeed!

I wonder how many couples have the same optimism but get slowly and surely dragged down by ‘shoulds’, tensions and too much sweating of the small stuff. Has this happened to you?