Ask the Experts
Ever planned a wedding or such a big event before? If not then you’re bound to have a few questions about one aspect or another. That’s no problem because here at Confetti we’re the experts and our team have all the answers! With over ten years experience working in the wedding industry, helping brides, and indeed all members of the bridal party including the guests, we’ve probably heard it all.
Ask Emma – Our Resident Wedding Expert and Online Agony Aunt
If you have a question about etiquette, colour or style, an emotional or family matter or just a seemingly silly query about suppliers, or anything wedding related then Ask Emma. Our friendly (and happily married) resident wedding expert and online agony aunt has been answering your dilemmas for years. She aims to answer every email personally and has an archive of her most asked questions for you to search in case someone’s already asked her what you need to know. Emma is a wedding expert with nearly ten years experience and has literally answered thousands of your questions. So what are you waiting for? Ask away…
Mark Niemierko – Top Tips from an expert Wedding Planner
Mark Niemierko is Britain’s leading wedding planner. His namesake company, Niemierko, have arranged the weddings of Russian oligarchs, Premiership football players and high society couples from London, New York and Paris. He’ll be sharing his top tips here on Confetti for how to plan the perfect wedding, looking at every angle of the wedding planning process, from venues to realising your vision.
Showcase Expert Q&A
This is a showcase in which we invite experts in their field to share their industry secrets and top tips. Read expert advice on wedding shoes from Diane Hassall, head of design at Rainbow Club, advice on wedding and engagement rings from Ruth Donaldson, ring expert at Platinum and wedding dress advice from award winning British designer, Yemi Osunkoya at Kosibah Creations. Look out for future expert interviews in this section over the coming months.
It may interest you to know that you don’t have to be married by your local vicar or registrar, there are other options. You may want to find out more about the different types of celebrants who can preside over a marriage ceremony. There are inter-faith ministers, rabbis, priests, vicars and registrars, not to mention pagan celebrants and even ship’s captains who are able to marry you.
In this section you can find all the answers you need from:
Think of us as your expert and agony aunt, we’re here to help you with every step of your wedding planning.