Dec 31st 2019

Princess Beatrice wedding: The real reason Bea wants her royal wedding in spring

By FREDERICA MILLER
PRINCESS BEATRICE will tie the knot with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi next year and while an official announcement is yet to be made, insiders claim it will take place in June. This is the real reason Beatrice will want a spring wedding, according to a wedding expert.

Princess Beatrice, 31, and Italian property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 36, announced their engagement in October. While details about their royal wedding are being kept under wraps a date is expected to be announced in January. The couple is said to be planning a royal wedding for June when the weather is finer.

The Queen’s favourite week of the year is Royal Ascot which starts on June 16 and it is understood the royal wedding will be held before this to avoid a clash.

A source told the Mail on Sunday: “Bea and Edo will finally announce their wedding date in the second week of January.

“The date has been described as ‘early summer’, just before the summer social season kicks off.”

Spring is an extremely popular time of year of weddings and with good reason, according to one expert.

From flowers coming into bloom to the “renewed energy” of the season there are dozens of pros to getting married in June.

Wedding planner and CEO of Taylor Lynn Corporation (www.tlc-ltd.co.uk) Liz Taylor told Express.co.uk: “Spring is a wonderful time to get married.

“There is a renewed energy in the season after the dark winter months– with a shift to bright garden flowers such as tulips, hyacinth, peonies and daffodils.

“They bring a splash of colour to wedding bouquets and yet, a delicacy that is a nod to the romance of the day.”

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 Dec 31st 2019

Princess Beatrice’s ‘Low-Profile’ Wedding Will Reportedly Be Held In Italy; ‘York Brand’ Facing Difficulty

By Camille Heimbrod
12/28/19 AT 3:38 AM

Princess Beatrice’s wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi was previously rumored to take place in Italy because the latter is from Bergamo. Now, there’s another reason why their nuptials will most likely take place outside London.

While speaking with Express, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said that the Yorks are a very difficult brand at the moment. As such, they should consider staying out of the spotlight for as long as possible.

Before Prince Andrew’s sexual abuse scandal came to light, Princess Beatrice already announced her upcoming wedding and said that it would take place in the spring of 2020. It is unlikely for the 31-year-old royal to cancel her big day.

But Fitzwilliams said that Princess Beatrice’s wedding will most likely take place in Italy because this is what’s best for her and the royal family.

“The public has not found the issues surrounding Andrew edifying… it will only be very sensible to keep it low profile and keep taxpayer expenditure at an absolute minimum,” he said.

Fitzwilliams added that Princess Beatrice and Mozzi’s wedding won’t be televised like Princess Eugenie’s wedding to Jack Brooksbank.

“There is no question that Beatrice’s will be nothing like a high profile as her sister’s. Eugenie’s wedding was shortly after Meghan and Harry’s – when the royals were riding high. But the Yorks are a very difficult brand at the moment,” he said.

Meanwhile, Liz Taylor, the CEO of Taylor Lynn Corporation, told Express that Princess Beatrice’s wedding will most likely still take place in the spring.

The season is reportedly ideal for weddings because there is a renewed energy in the season after the dark winter months. Flowers also come into bloom in the spring.

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 Dec 10th 2019

Dynamo Works His Magic As Business Comedy Event Raises £160,000 For Beechwood Cancer Care

ManManchester Dynamo wows guests
Magician Dynamo wowed a sell-out audience of more than 500 people at an event which raised a bumper £160,000 for the Beechwood Cancer Care charity.

Dynamo was the headline performer at the sixth annual Man@Manchester comedy lunch, which was attended by businessmen and women from all over the north west.

Also on the bill were comedians Gary Marshall and Mick Ferry, along with acoustic band The London Essentials.

The event, staged at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate, featured an auction and raffle, with prizes including a football match against the Class of 92 on the roof of Hotel Football near Manchester United, a golf trip to Gleneagles in Scotland, a box at Emirates Old Trafford for the England-Pakistan cricket test match next August, and a dinner with England cricket legend Michael Vaughan.

Portraits of United legend George Best and City boss Pep Guardiola by speed painter Dave Sharp sold for more than £30,000.

Beechwood Cancer Care is a Stockport-based charity that supports people from across the north west affected by cancer or other life-limiting illness such as motor neurone disease.
It costs £4,000 a day to run Beechwood, which provides emotional, psychological and practical support for patients and their families, friends and carers.

The charity will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year.

Man@Manchester was sponsored by Manchester-based Pareto Financial Planning and Brown Shipley. In its six years, the event has raised more than £500,000 for Beechwood.
John Stevenson, managing director of Pareto and chairman of Beechwood’s board of trustees, organised Man@Manchester in partnership with Taylor Lynn Corporation.

John said: “We had a fantastic line-up of entertainment which made for another great occasion.

“The event continues to go from strength to strength thanks to the amazing support we receive from businesspeople across the region and the dedication of volunteers who give up their time to help make it such a huge success.

“The vital funds we raised will once again support the tremendous service that Beechwood provides to individuals and families in their time of need.”

Linda Steggles, chief executive of Beechwood, said: “The generosity of the local business community, through the support given to this event and ongoing support throughout the year, is overwhelming.

“I’d like to thank all the guests who came along to support the event and also those people who gave their time freely to help plan and deliver what was a fantastic afternoon for a fantastic cause.”

The proceeds will be spent on refurbishing therapy rooms and other areas Beechwood, and on adding extra capacity to the family support team by funding a finance and welfare officer who will offer support on matters relating to the financial worries of patients and their families, and the benefits for which they may be eligible.

Beechwood is planning a host of fundraising events throughout 2020 to mark its 30th anniversary.

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 Nov 26th 2019

Event Company Employees Share in its 25 Year Success

In preparation for its 25th anniversary in 2020, events management and production company, the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC), has made key changes within its team structure this month, which include the introduction of a new profit-share scheme for employees.
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The north-west based event management company, which produces both corporate and private events across the UK and Europe, celebrates its 25th anniversary next year. Ahead of celebrations, TLC company founder Liz Taylor has introduced changes to the roles of key personnel. The move establishes a stronger and more flexible framework for future growth. This sees Liz moves to the role of chief executive officer and creative director, whilst Ellie Barnes returns to TLC from maternity leave in her capacity as operations director. Jess Randall has been promoted to the post of events director and Lauren Worsley to business development director. The entire team will also benefit from the launch of a new performance related profit-share scheme.

Liz Taylor, CEO of Taylor Lynn Corporation, explained: “The team has demonstrated a high level of skill, creativity and passion for our events, and I felt that the time now was right to invest in their immense potential by offering them more responsibility within the company, and a share of the rewards.”

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 Nov 21st 2019

Event Company Employees Share in its 25 Year Success

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In preparation for its 25th anniversary in 2020, events management and production company, the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC), has made key changes within its team structure this month, which include the introduction of a new profit-share scheme for employees.

The north-west based event management company, which produces both corporate and private events across the UK and Europe, celebrates its 25th anniversary next year. Ahead of celebrations, TLC company founder Liz Taylor has introduced changes to the roles of key personnel. The move establishes a stronger and more flexible framework for future growth. This sees Liz moves to the role of chief executive officer and creative director, whilst Ellie Barnes returns to TLC from maternity leave in her capacity as operations director. Jess Randall has been promoted to the post of events director and Lauren Worsley to business development director. The entire team will also benefit from the launch of a new performance related profit-share scheme.

Liz Taylor, CEO of Taylor Lynn Corporation, explained: “The team has demonstrated a high level of skill, creativity and passion for our events, and I felt that the time now was right to invest in their immense potential by offering them more responsibility within the company, and a share of the rewards.”

“In spite of difficult economic conditions post-recession, and with uncertainty around Brexit, the business is continuing to grow. Retaining great talent is a hallmark of a great company, and a constant challenge in our industry. The profit-share is TLC’s way of both rewarding the team whilst also motivating them to be an active partner in securing future business and expertly delivering our events.”

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 Nov 6th 2019

Event Entrepreneur and TV’s ‘Millionaire Party Planner’ Launches New Company

Liz Taylor TV’s ‘Millionaire Party Planner’ Launches New Company
With 30 years of events management, entertainment industry and business experience, Liz Taylor – company founder and MD of Manchester-based event planners the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC) – has now embarked on a new business challenge. This month she launches her personal management company, Liz Taylor Consultancy.

During a successful event management career, Liz has planned thousands of business and private events across the UK and Europe. She has worked with some of the country’s top business leaders, showbusiness icons, world-class brands, Royal clients, sports personalities, media giants, music legends and high-profile entrepreneurs, in addition to appearing as Channel 4’s ‘Millionaire Party Planner’. And from her success, has evolved a series of additional roles and projects which she will now bring together under the umbrella of her new business.

Liz Taylor Consultancy combines Liz’s growing UK and international public speaking engagements, media work as an expert contributor to TV and radio programmes such as ITV This Morning and BBC Breakfast, and music management for exclusive bands and individual artists. This sits alongside a growing portfolio of marketing consultancy for clients such as the luxury Lone Star Boutique Hotel in Barbados and the Renovatio Clinic in Cheshire.

Liz commented: “This is a hugely exciting development for me personally. Over the last two years I have been asked to provide marketing advice to a range of hospitality and luxury brand projects such as hotels, retail businesses and restaurants, as well undertake as a calendar of public speaking engagements to business and professional groups. It’s a chance for me to share my knowledge and skills with other businesses, and I love it.”

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 Nov 6th 2019

OFF TO THE MOVIES – WEDDINGS INSPIRED BY FILM, LITERATURE AND TELEVISION


Film, literature and television are brilliant wedding inspiration – not only as a way of expressing the personalities of the happy couple, but also acting as an overarching theme to tie the day together. Celebrity wedding planner Liz Taylor of the Taylor Lynn Corporation shares her tips on how to plan a wedding based on a much-loved film or book with real life inspiration from the many events she has planned throughout her career.

“When a couple wants a wedding based on a film, TV series or book they love, I’m always excited – it’s going to be an event where we can go wild with imagination. A bride might have had a fairy-tale wedding in her mind since childhood, and it’s my job to deliver that dream. We all want to be that beautiful Disney inspired princess!

Some couples feel nervous though about working within a themed wedding day. They fear it might come across as a bit over-the-top – but there’s an art to keeping things tasteful. My golden rules? Spend money in the right places and make sure drama is infused into every detail.”

Back to the Future
The eighties left their mark on music and film. Star Wars. Indiana Jones. Top Gun. But the most popular of them all, and a recent request, is a wedding around the movie franchise of Back to the Future. On arrival, guests can be greeted by the original iconic DeLorean driven by Michael J Fox – which provides a real talking point and sets the scene perfectly. An Enchantment Under the Sea party, with a set that whisks you back to the 1960s, and a live band performing. Dinner should be an American diner with malts, sundaes, cones and floats all on the menu.


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 Oct 3rd 2019

Sarah Ferguson could make history with this move at Princess Beatrice wedding

PRINCESS BEATRICE made headlines last week after her engagement to millionaire boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi was announced to the world. Mother of the bride Sarah Ferguson shared a number of sweet statements online.
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, is a British writer, charity patron, film producer, television personality and most of all proud mum. Gushing in a touching online tribute to daughter Princess Beatrice and soon to be son-in-law Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, the mother of two said: “I know what a mother feels so I have tears of joy. I am so proud of this sensational news. “Andrew and I are just the luckiest people ever to have two great sons in law.”
The couple, who shared their happy news last week after a whirlwind romance, said they were “excited to embark on this life adventure together and can’t wait to be married”.

Liz Taylor, founder and MD of wedding planners The Taylor Lynn Corporation said: “St George’s Chapel at Windsor is certainly a favourite for the wedding venue. Followed by a wedding breakfast at Windsor Castle.
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 Sep 24th 2019

The Art Of The Party

Internationally renowned events planner, Liz Taylor, transformed a tired Bowden penthouse into a quirky, contemporary space with fun and family at its heart.
A Cheshire Life article, October 2019.
Cheshire Life October featuring Liz Taylor of the Taylor Lynn Corporation
Cheshire Life October featuring Liz Taylor of the Taylor Lynn Corporation
Cheshire Life October featuring Liz Taylor of the Taylor Lynn Corporation
Cheshire Life October featuring Liz Taylor of the Taylor Lynn Corporation
Cheshire Life October featuring Liz Taylor of the Taylor Lynn Corporation

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 Sep 17th 2019

How I made my first £Im: ‘I started with £200 – now I plan parties for Prince William’

This is a new Telegraph Money series looking at how ordinary people made their fortune and how others can follow in their footsteps. It will be published on Mondays at 6am. You can read last week’s article here.

She is a party planner to royalty and the stars – organising birthdays, weddings and charity functions for the likes of Prince William, Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams.

But for Liz Taylor, 63, this is a world away from her first steps into business. In 1984, aged 28, she gave up her day job in fashion retail to take the gamble of a lifetime, attempting to turn her party planning hobby into a career.

With just £200 in the bank, Ms Taylor started organising events for friends and local…

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