By Siobhan Louise

“Wedding planning and styling services for modern couples.”

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Siobhan Zulch, founder of By Siobhan Louise, prides herself in providing an exceptional wedding planning and styling services for modern couples.

“Hiring a wedding planner to plan one of the most amazing days of your life, is such a personal thing and I want you to feel confident that I will treat your wedding as if it were my own. I am very much about the wedding being yours and that you should have what you want and who you want there.”

“These days it’s not so traditional, even though traditional aspects still play a part in today’s weddings. Nowadays, it is more about you as a couple, and that’s the way that I like to plan weddings. It’s one of life’s biggest celebrations and moments, and you should be able to treasure that for the rest of your life. So, my commitment to you, is just that.”

 “The wedding will always remain as yours, and you can be as hands on or hand off as you want; whether you want me there from the beginning or only find you need me on the day or a few months before. I will be there to guide you through all the processes, taking all the pressure off you, be that helping expert hand you need, helping to search relentlessly for that perfect wedding venue and all those amazing suppliers, setting up and going to all the meetings, negotiating on your behalf and making sure everything gets done and paid for when needed, as well as assisting with the table plan and ensuring that “Uncle Bob” doesn’t get too drunk on the day, so that you can enjoy every single moment into married life.”

You can expect reliable communication, exceptional value and special industry insider supplier savings. Siobhan has a plethora of brilliant contacts in her little black book.

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