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Everything ‘Wedding’ All in One Place

By: Brigette Federico

2012 is expected to see an additional £900m spend on weddings (an increase of 20%), thanks to William and Kate’s own special day in April, which appears to have inspired the nation with wedding fever. Another impact of the Royal wedding has been the increase in couples employing the services of wedding planners to help make the big day run without a hitch. Even if you have longer than Wills and Kate’s speedy six months to prepare, wedding planners can help organise the million and one little details which will need your consideration following your engagement. For those couples who wish to emulate the fairytale celebrity weddings featured in gossip magazines and to re-create that ‘once in a lifetime’ feel, a wedding planner is essential.

Lacking their own category in the Yellow Pages, it can be difficult to find a wedding planner. The Wedding Finder is an online and published directory of everything ‘wedding’. The average wedding in the UK costs around £15,000, which makes it difficult to get value for money on a wedding planner. Should you wish to ‘do it yourself’, The Wedding Finder makes it easy, providing information and contact details for every aspect of the wedding, from wedding venues to photographers. The venue is the first thing to organise, as dates and locations are booked up so far in advance now. Wedding venues are also no longer restricted to simply churches or registry offices, so there is much more choice available to you. The Wedding Finder may help you to find that perfect location, where you might never have known about it otherwise. Having a directory of all the services you might need will help you to save time and money, by being able to contact numerous different suppliers and get the price available for what you want.

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