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Making Dreams Come True

My favorite things in life are my family and friends, weddings, love, pink and anything that sparkles!  I'm so excited to help coordinate and plan your wedding.  I've been in the wedding industry for over 15 years.  I started out in Virginia Beach, VA in 2003.  I helped a coworker plan her wedding and from there I was hooked.  I've been married 25 glorious years  to my wonderful husband Retired Navy Chief Rodney Clark.  We have 2 handsome sons Adriel and RJ and I have 3 marvelous grandchildren Adrianna, Ayden and Arianna. I'm always smiling so some of my friend call me Sparkles! You can call me your BBF (brides best friend)

 From the guest list to the centerpieces, if you want  a stress-free day that runs as smoothly as possible, call Nikki Clark Events in Charleston, SC. 

A wedding is a complex process with multiple vendors and many moving parts.  Don’t let planning for your wedding ruin your special day due to frustration and stress.  Nikki Clark Events is a licensed professional that has the experience, organization, and creativity needed to ensure the vision you have for your wedding becomes a reality.

From small events to beautiful weddings, I instill the same amount of care and exceptional service for each event. 

I look forward to planning the wedding you've dreamed of.


Nikki Clark

It's Go Time!

Meet the dream team!  Kim Gilliam and Rita Renee Scott are the must have professionals to ensure your big day runs smoothly and is beautifully executed.

Kim Gilliam and Rita Renee Scott

A Perfectionist on Every Detail 

At Nikki  Clark Events we know the talented vendors to make your wedding dreams a reality.  Let Nikki Clark Events plan your wedding and every detail will be meticulously executed..  My roles as your wedding planner includes:

-Establish a realistic wedding budget .

-Devising a wedding master plan that maps out all the little details, from ceremony music to favors. 

-Showing you the best and most original locations in the area, considering your wedding size, budget, and vision. 

-Finding the top florists, photographers, caterers, bands, DJs and other vendors in your price range .

-Negotiate exclusive deals: Planners bring volume to favored vendors, so often the vendors will reciprocate by slashing prices or throwing in extras. 

-Review all of your vendor contracts to make sure everything is there, correct, and in accordance with your best interests.  Also negotiate any amendments on your behalf.

-Creating a day-of (or weekend-of) timeline that informs everyone involved in the planning process -- vendors, members of the wedding party, you, and your families -- what to do and when to do it.

-Managing the save the dates and invitations, from the wording and ordering to the addressing and mailing, as well as tracking RSVPs. 

-Counseling you on proper etiquette as well as updating you on the current wedding trends.

-Managing the wedding day: supervising vendors, setup, and delivery; resolving emergencies; and soothing nerves.

-Serving as your spokesperson, conveying your every whim and desire to vendors or family members when you just can't deal with doing it yourself.

Nikki Clark
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