A Morden woman fears her wedding could be anything but a dream should a music festival be allowed to go ahead next month.

The woman, who wished to remain nameless, is due to tie the knot on September 8. But months after she booked her room at the register office in Morden Park House, she was informed there might be a few thousand uninvited guests just across the road.

That is because MJMK Limited have applied for a license that would allow it to host its Diynamic Festival in Morden Park, right next door to where the bride-to-be will be spending what is supposed to be one of the happiest days of her life.

"I received an email on the July 23 from the registry office informing me of the festival," the Morden woman said.

"I was really in disbelief and shocked that it would happen in the first place and also the ridiculous amount of notice we were given.

"Family and friends are travelling from New Zealand, New York and Scotland with all flights already booked. Invitations went out months ago and the venue is booked."

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This news comes on the back of the Eastern Electrics festival which was held last week at the same venue.

People said during the two day event that they were left trapped in their houses which had their "foundations rocked."

"If this festival goes ahead I shall be extremely upset," the woman said.

"I feel it will really put a cloud over the ceremony and the day in general.

"This whole experience as you can imagine has stressed me out.

"Planning the wedding itself is on another level never mind all this."

The application was submitted on July 7 and it seems the new-to-be-bride isn't the only one against the idea of another festival.

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A petition was started less than a week ago, calling for Merton Council to reject the plans and it has already received more than 600 signatures.

"Has no one considered how couples will feel on their special day or do we have no say in the matter," the woman said.

"It’s appalling, unfair and unjust."

The application outlines that there would be four bars on site, include two VIP bars which would operate from 11am-9.30pm.

Music would be played from 11am-10pm, when the event would end.

The licensing application is set to be discussed by the council on Monday (August 13).