Sarah and Andy

Sarah and Andy

“We first came across Liz when we attended a wedding fair at The Elvetham. She approached us with a very unique idea, which we thought would be a nice personal and special touch to our big day. From the off Liz was approachable and very prompt with her responses, which when planning a wedding is very important to the couple in question. We maintained contact with Liz for over a year and she would come to our home to discuss Wedition as well as her desire to be a wedding planner. We asked Liz if she wouldn’t mind helping us out with a little bit of planning and she agreed. No job was too big for Liz and if you asked her to do something that was causing issues then she would do her best to rectify it whilst keeping you up to date with any developments. For example I was having issues contacting my car supplier and it came to the point she had someone else on stand by if we happened to be let down with the company we had originally booked.

Liz was most certainly a very important part in helping organise the wedding in the final weeks and I don’t know what we would’ve done without her. She took a lot of pressure off my partner and I. Not only did she do a wonderful Wedition she also did a cracking job at being a wedding planner. I cannot recommend Liz enough to anyone who is considering using her. Thank you Liz again for everything you have done for us.” - Andy

“Fantastic idea and very professional. Everyone loved our Wedition and are still talking about it! Liz was so accommodating and kept us involved from start to finish. Would definitely recommend Liz and Wedition!” - Sarah

Sarah and Andy’s cream and burgundy Wedition incorporated their church order of service, wedding menu, fun quizzes, venue history, honeymoon and an article with pet dogs Scoobie and Alfie.

It was a pleasure to be with them on their day helping to co-ordinate their wedding.

“Hi Liz, thank you for everything you did, we would have been lost without you.” - text from Andy the day after the wedding

Photography by: Tina Downham Photography