A wonderful testimonial from a wonderful couple

September 18, 2014

A new testimonial - Wedding September 2014

 

When we decided to get married we obviously had ideas and visions we would like to see on our day. One main one being was, we wanted it in an open countryside space with marquee.  We started organising and booking and soon discovered that maybe we had taken on too much for two people that have never organised much before. We found Sian from busybrides and from our first phone conversation she made us feel at ease and confident in her skills to plan our wedding.

 

She was so easy to talk to and knew exactly what we wanted. She always had the time to talk things over if we needed to and she organised all the details from the big to the small. She found great contacts who were all pleasant to do business with and kept us up to date with  payment due dates which again was really helpful.

 

Sian and her Busybrides team went beyond the call of duty on the day of the wedding. She camped out in the marquee the night before the wedding so she could be there to see all the hired companies and staff arrive and organise them. She decorated, set up tables, put together table centre pieces. Anything and everything she could put her hands on,  she perfected. 

 

The day ran so smoothly and was everything we dreamt it would be and more Because of Sian. She made the impossible, possible and nothing was too much.  We are so grateful for her hard work and attention to every detail. without her our wedding would of never been as amazing.  Our friends and family all had a great time and it will be a wedding that will long be remembered.

 

So we just want to send a massive thank you to Sian and would recommend her to anyone getting married. She truly is amazing at her job and a brilliant person to work with.  We will definately be using her for our silver wedding anniversary.

 

Jenny and Jay xxx

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