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Express how much your partner means to you with this slogan scented candle, £45, perfect for Valentine's Day.

To shop, visit https://nosix.co.uk/search?q=damselfly

To see more big-day gift ideas, plus fashion, beauty, and menswear, download our new issues for FREE!

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Jack and Carmen Baxter's beautiful wedding brought together friends and family for a love-filled day. The big day took place on 21st August, 2021 at The Parsonage Hotel and Spa.
You can read all about the day in our Jan/Feb issue available now as a FREE download

Catherine and Matthew met at The Celtic Manor Resort. “I was a waitress there, and Matt was a trainee manager,” explains Catherine. “I was attracted to his smile, and he loved my eyes. We hit it off, and the rest is history.”

Matthew proposed to Catherine where they first met. “He first laid eyes on me in the lobby, so he decided to get down on one knee in the same spot with our family watching,” shares the bride. “It was a huge surprise and we couldn't have been happier.”

See more from the real wedding in the current issue. Download your free copy at www.yoursouthwales.wedding/free-download

Fiat 500 Hire rents out classic Italian cars for weddings, photo shoots, events and filming. With several locations, the company offer Fiat 500s from a few hours up to a full day for weddings, with all trips catered for, whether you're having a church ceremony or at a country house. The cars are chauffeur driven, and the front passenger seat can be taken out so that there is more room for the all-important dress! Don't be put off by the size of the classic Fiat 500, they are larger than you think, and they will definitely bring that wow factor.

To find out more, visit www.fiat500hire.com

Read the full Transport feature in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

Lucy Wells from Lucy Wells Weddings and Events tells us her styling predictions.

"As more people have taken time out over the last couple of years and enjoyed the outdoors, nature will play a big role in 2022 weddings. Earthy tones look set to become an increasingly popular colour palette paired with rich tones inspired by those found in nature.

"Faux florals and dried flowers, as well as locally sourced food, will continue to be a big feature in many weddings next year.

"We will see couples creating laidback luxury on their own doorstep combining elegance and beauty with the comforts of familiar surroundings; perhaps still preferring to keep guest numbers smaller for a more intimate wedding celebration."

To find out more, visit www.lucywells.co.uk

Read the full Venue Styling feature in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

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Charlotte Mills designs luxury bridal shoes in Manchester that are handcrafted by highly skilled artisans in Spain in a family run factory that has been making shoes for more than 50 years. The collection features a range of different heel heights, from comfortable low and mid-block to elegant high heels.

Each pair of Charlotte Mill's shoes are hand-finished with an original silver sixpence embedded in the sock, and the luxurious leather soles are delicately embossed with the phrase: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe. The something old is the silver sixpence, the something new is your shoes, something borrowed is an envelope they provide which can be sent back with a picture of you in your shoes, and your something blue is the blue detailing in the in-sock.

Charlotte hopes that every bride falls in love with her wedding shoes and will treasure them forever as a keepsake of their special day.

To find out more, visit www.charlottemills.com

Read the full Handmade in the North West feature in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

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This silk eye mask will guarantee some much-needed beauty sleep ahead of the big day, £29.99.

The pretty-in-pink style is from the latest collection from sustainable lifestyle brand www.lilysilk.com/uk

For more W-day shopping ideas, download one of our new issues NOW!

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This elegant, magical and oh-so stunning wedding venue is famed for exquisitely tasteful interiors, a rustic Tithe Barn and charming stately style hall.
The venue's exterior provides a lovely backdrop to bring your dream of a quintessentially English and timeless country wedding to life. Celebrate your marriage with a perfectly planned party in a truly exclusive, private south Yorkshire estate and relax with peace-of-mind that everything is taken care of. Located on a private estate in a picture-perfect village of stone cottages, Hooton Pagnell Hall is eight miles from Doncaster, 30 miles from Leeds and 22 miles from Sheffield.
At Hooton Pagnell Hall you have the opportunity to have your ceremony in either the Summer House, Tithe Barn (boasting a capacity of 120 guests), the Main Hall or The Pavilion, which allows for you to exchange your vows with the backdrop of seasonal flowers and delicate birdsong.
The venue is featured in our Jan/Feb issue.
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Oakfield Gardens and Events is new wedding venue in the grounds of Worcester-based The River School.

Pete Graham, the business manager at Oakfield Gardens and Events, said: “We're so delighted to have launched this fabulous initiative. The grounds at The River School are so beautiful and will lend themselves to both wedding and corporate events with both inside and outside spaces available.”

Brides and grooms-to-be will benefit from their own wedding co-ordinator and a package – entitled the Honeycomb Package because there are seven on-site beehives – which includes two giant tipis, warm white lighting, bamboo candle lanterns, two flambeaux fires, a dancefloor, tables and chairs, a fully staffed bar and luxury toilets. Extras include personalised honey jars, hay bales and photo booths.

Adrian Parsonage, the headteacher of The River School, said: “Our school grounds have long been cherished and nurtured by our school community. Opening them up to the wider public has always been part of our plans, and we're thrilled that this has come to fruition.”

For more information, visit www.oakfieldgardens.co.uk

Read more news in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

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Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa in Haslemere is hosting a wedding showcase on 27th February, 2022. The 16th-century Tudor house will have a variety of supplies exhibiting from across Surrey. You will be able to get a first-hand taste of all the wedding spaces and meet the dedicated team who will help you plan your perfect day. There will be food and wine tastings, and the first 50 entrants will receive a goody bag.

The show is taking place between 11am and 4pm.

This award-winning property is a hidden gem resting on the borders of Surrey, Hampshire and West Sussex that perfectly combines old-world charm with modern elegance to create an idyllic setting to tie the knot.

Head over to www.lythehill.co.uk for more information.

Read more news in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

Lancashire-based entertainers, Love Piano is offering a new Daytime Package for brides and grooms. It includes either a male or female vocalist/pianist as a soloist and includes up to five songs for the ceremony, 2x30 minute sets for the drinks reception and 2x45 minute sets for the wedding breakfast. “We understand that your wedding breakfast is more than just a meal,” says Alice Gasson from Love Piano. “We aim to keep your guests entertained and content whilst the most important couple enjoy their food, welcome the family and celebrate with their friends, all for just £700. We also offer a Quiet Room Option. An alternative evening atmosphere in a room away from the main party. Ideal for older guests or young children, the 2x45minute sets include a male or female soloist for £450 but is discounted to £300 if you purchase the Daytime Package.”

Visit www.love-piano.co.uk for more information.

Read more news in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

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Macramé specialist, Claire McGeer tell us how you can incorporate macramé into your wedding decor.

"Macramé elements are a great way of adding a boho nod to your celebrations or creating a showstopping display. For 2022, I predict macramé lanterns in lovely colours adorned with beautifully designed flower clouds hanging over tables.

"Bold colours is also a popular trend, and you could even team your macramé with balloons to create a fun element."

To find out more about Claire, visit www.hookedincotton.co.uk

See more from top tips in the current issue. Download your free copy at www.yoursouthwales.wedding/free-download

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Looking to pop the question this Valentine's Day? Then why not invest in this 14-carat yellow gold baguette and marquise ring, £878, https://uk.vrai.com

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There are so many beautiful venues in the North East, and South Causey Inn is one of them. The space provides nearlyweds with a traditional countryside setting in the stunning Breamish Valley. The property can cater for intimate nuptials to grand affairs, with four different wedding spaces. Discover more about the venue in our November/December issue of Your North East Wedding, free to download now at www.yournortheast.wedding/free-download

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Many brides have dreamt of their wedding gown from a young age, and the moment they find the one is an experience they'll never forget. Lotte Rose Bridal is a modern studio in the heart of Bedfordshire, which offers a new and fun addition to the bridal scene. I love the company's pink Instagramable spaces and the fact that the owner, Charlotte Izzard-Cook, handpicks each gown to ensure there's a variety of dresses available. Discover more about the business in the December/January issue of Your Herts and Beds Wedding, free to download now at www.yourhertsbeds.wedding/free-download

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For those looking for the perfect winter wonderland setting, look no further than Hodsock Priory. I love the property's historical touches and charming character, which create the ideal backdrop for wedding photography. Discover more about the premises in the December/January issue of Your East Midlands Wedding, free to download now at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Spicer Manor has a traditional feel and style of décor, yet is filled with state-of-the-art technology including the Sonos music system and incredible cinema room.

The features match the countryside setting of the venue, with tartan fabric curtains and lampshades all made by local suppliers, along with the stand out curved oak staircase. The Coach House has a beautiful rustic interior with king truss oak beams, wooden cladding and stone walls, fitting in perfectly with the location creating a wonderful romantic wedding setting. You can easily see the attention to detail in every part of the venue.

The front and rear of the property have perfectly lawned gardens, to the rear there is a lovely stone water feature and two paddocks with woodland, benches and fire pits to make the evenings simply magical.

The stunning venue is featured in our Nov/Dec issue available now as a FREE download

Alexandra and Darryl met when they were children. “I was friends with his sister,” says Alexandra. “We then met later at a mutual friend's engagement party. We share a love of Formula 1 and have lots of mutual interests.”

Darryl popped the question on Christmas Day. “He wrote it on a card and woke me up early as he was so impatient,” shares the bride. “He thoughtfully sought the permission of my dad before proposing, and it was wonderful being able to share the day with family. It was definitely a surprise, and I didn't even believe him when I read it!”

Read the full real wedding in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

Emily and Matt met at university. “The first time we spoke was in the library,” says Emily. “We were introduced by mutual friends and chatted a little. When I got home, he sent me a Facebook message telling me he thought I was really beautiful. Turns out, he didn't think I'd respond, but we started dating and have been together ever since.”

Matt proposed to Emily in August 2019. “Matt had wanted to propose the year before when we were travelling, but the timing just wasn't right,” shares the bride. “My friend and I were out with our horses in the Surrey countryside when Matt walked onto the track and led me over to a picnic rug and popped the question. Although we had been talking about getting engaged, it was a huge surprise.”

Read the full real wedding in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

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Jen and Jack met in high school. “We were in the same classes and became good friends when we both started attending a badminton club,” says Jen. “Over the next year, we grew closer, and that summer whilst on a family holiday, I used my one hour of internet allowance a day to message Jack. One day he confided in me that he liked someone and didn't know what to do. I asked who it was, but he wouldn't say. I went through all the girls in our year until he finally said 'it's you.' That was when my internet time ran out! When we next spoke we agreed that we weren't going to do anything about it as we didn't want to ruin our friendship, so that was that. Six months later, Jack spontaneously held my hand, and I got butterflies. I didn't know he still liked me as we'd not spoken about it since summer, nor had I told him that I'd developed feelings for him too. That night we spoke, and I said 'let's give it a go, and if it goes wrong, then we'll pretend it never happened and stay friends.' Well, it never went wrong, and 10 years on, we're finally married.”

Read the full real wedding in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

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