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Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.

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Stokes Farm Barn located in Wokingham, Berkshire, offers two barns to hire for weddings. Firstly, there's the Victorian structure featuring tall ceilings and beams decorated with fairylights, statement pendant lights and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The lower barn has bi-fold doors flooding the space with natural light and opening on to the walled patio. The L-shaped design offers a cosy vibe with reclaimed wood, exposed brick walls and underfloor heating, and there's also disabled access.

To read more, download our latest issue for FREE and visit www.stokesfarmbarn.co.uk

Image courtesy of https://www.tomhampsonphotography.com

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Spaceintense marquee hire in Gloucestershire has developed frames for floral arrangements to be suspended overhead from ladders or decorative hoops.

To book, visit https://spaceintense.co.uk and don't miss our brand new issue available to download for FREE this week for more fab floral ideas!

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Congratulations to Claire Potts, the baking talent behind Claire's Sweet Temptations, who won Best SW Wedding Cake Designer 2020 at the Global Wedding Awards!

Download our latest issue NOW to see more of her mouth-watering designs or visit www.clairessweettemptations.com

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This setting in the woods designed by Ambience Venue Styling is all kinds of romantic. Get more venue styling inspiration in our June/July issue.

You can read Your Bristol & Somerset Wedding for free here.

Image courtesy of Jane Beadnell Photography.

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Serving floral perfection in this real wedding. See the full feature at Eltham Palace shot by Jeff Oliver Photography in our May/June issue.

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Game on! Is this the perfect way to entertain your guests? See the full real wedding at Crab Manor shot by Drawn by Light Photography in our May/June issue.

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This couple knew how to rock an intimate micro-wedding. See the full real wedding at Galvin Green Man shot by Beth Dowdell Photography in our May/June issue.

You can read An Essex Wedding for free here!

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Liverpool is an oh-so cool location to tie the knot and you'll want to make the most of it by getting out and about with your photographer. I love this shot of bride Katy in front of Akse's mural of Jürgen Klopp on Jordan Street. Read all about her big day in the May/Jun issue, free to download now at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.kevinbrownphotography.co.uk

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Meet the gorgeous Coco over on page 59 of the May/Jun issue, free to download now at www.yourkent.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.tomphotos.co.uk

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What could be better for your group photos than fun shots that let your bridal party's individual personalities shine though. They might be a bit crazy, but hey, that's why you love them right? Discover more about Hannah and Nathan's big day in the Apr/May issue, free to download now at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.sampharoah.com

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Chelsea and Huw met in the most unexpected way. “We were in Tesco car park when he accidentally knocked my wing mirror while reversing out of the space next to me,” says Chelsea. “He waited until I returned to my car to make sure there was no damage. For his sake, luckily there wasn't, but he gave me his number just in case, and the rest is history.”

Photographer's credit: www.megan-sianphotography.com

To read more about their wedding, check out the current issue. Download your free copy at www.yoursouthwales.wedding/free-download

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Local florist, Bethany Byrne tells us how to find the perfect florist for your wedding day.

"Finding the perfect florist can be as easy as walking into the first shop you see and hitting it off, or it may take a few consultations and appointments to find the right one for you. The first thing you should look at is their previous work. Is it along the lines of what you're looking for, or could it be tweaked to suit your taste? During your appointment, make sure you let them know your style and inspiration, so they have something to work from. A good florist won't just say yes to everything you ask for but instead will give their opinions and ways in which you can get your desired look within your budget.

"If you're struggling to make a decision, ask a few suppliers to send you some images of inspiration and see which comes back the closest to your vision. This should hopefully show you who understands your style and requests."

To find out more about Bethany, visit www.flowersbyjemmaholmes.co.uk

Read more top tips in our April/May issue - available to download for free now.

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Cake specialist, Jeannette Lawrence tells us her top tips for picking summer flavours.

"My recommendation for a summer wedding would be to keep it light and fresh. The classic vanilla sponge with seedless raspberry jam and vanilla bean buttercream is always very popular. Alternatively, you could switch up the fillings with a mango and passionfruit coulis and buttercream. Peach conserve and melba buttercream is also very delicate.

"Zesty lemon sponge layered with lemon curd and buttercream is always a hit, or you could add a twist with lemon and elderflower buttercream paired with blueberry conserve. For the chocoholics, a chocolate sponge layered with black cherry conserves and buttercream or salted caramel would be perfect."

To find out more about Jeannette, visit www.jeannettesgreatcakes.co.uk

Read more top tips in our April/May issue - available to download for free now.

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Florist, Carole Patilla tells us how to find the perfect florist for your big day.

"Before you begin your search, set a budget and decide are your flowers going to be a major part of your day or a finishing touch? Be realistic about what you want to spend and scale your plans accordingly.

"If you loved your friend's wedding flowers, ask who did them.

"Google local florists and see what images and websites you love. Think of keywords that describe the style you want, such as wildflower wedding, English country and modern wedding flowers.

"Do an image search for florists in your area and explore those which appeal to you most.

"When contacting suppliers, think do they sound friendly, helpful and interested? Remember that weddings have a long lead time, and you may be working together for months/years, so it's important that you get on. Do they understand the style you have in mind? Is it something they do a lot?"

To find out more about Carole, visit www.tuckshopflowers.com

Read more top tips in our April/May issue - available to download for free now.

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I love it when couples share their special day with their four-legged friend! Lauren and Sid's wedding at South Farm was the perfect day and you can read all the details in our April/May issue which you can download for free here: www.yourhertsbeds.wedding/free-download

Image by www.rafeabrook.co.uk

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Here at Your East Midlands Wedding magazine, we're loving this beautiful shoot at Kingsthorpe Lodge Barn. The brains behind this shoot Georgia McGilley from Georgia-Beth Photography and Kirsty McGilley from The Flower Mill worked with other local suppliers to demonstrate the simplistic beauty of micro weddings. Georgia says, “Being a hopeless romantic myself; this shoot was inspired by timeless romance and light-hearted love."

View the stunning images in our April/May issue which you can download for free here: www.yournortheast.wedding/free-download

Suppliers involved in this shoot
Venue, http://kingsthorpelodgebarn.co.uk | Photographer, www.georgiabethphotography.co.uk | Florist, www.the-flower-mill.co.uk
Cake, www.facebook.com/jessyssweettemptations | Dress, www.stunningbridal.co.uk | Hair, www.facebook.com/nicholaannweddinghair
Make-up, www.yvonneaucott.co.uk | Jewellery, www.ruthmary.com | Shoes and hairpieces, www.rachelsokhalbridal.com
Stationery, www.obiandco.etsy.com | Furniture, www.eventsolutionssouth.com | Tableware, www.absolutely-vintage.com
Models, www.instagram.com/danielle__oreilly/?hl=en, www.instagram.com/nick.woodford93/?hl=en

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We're head-over-heels in love with this shoot at Shotton Grange. The team of talented suppliers made great use of the indoor and outdoor spaces and showcased how beautiful spring weddings can be. Check out the stunning images in our May/June issue which you can download for free here: www.yournortheast.wedding/free-download

Suppliers involved in this shoot
Venue, www.shottongrange.co.uk | Photographer, www.LeopardPrintsPhotography.co.uk | Dresses, www.rarebridalstudio.co.uk,
www.rosabridalboutique.co.uk | Hair, www.facebook.com/maximillionmakeupartist | Make-up, www.facebook.com/makeupbyneveen

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Newly engaged this bank holiday weekend? You might want to consider investing in a sparkler from jeweller Louise Parry located just across the border from Oxfordshire in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. She specialises in commissioned and limited-edition jewellery, timepieces and silverware handmade in her workshop and showroom and her exquisite designs include this Halo ring.

To see more of her work visit www.louiseparry.co.uk and to read more about what she offers for weddings, download our latest issues now for FREE!
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Relax and enjoy this bank holiday Monday with the new Apple & Oak-flavoured cider from the new Vintage selection available from Sanford Orchards.

To shop, visit www.sandfordorchards.co.uk and to read more about this new launch, download our latest issue for FREE now!

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The Roman Baths are so atmospheric in the evening. See the full real wedding shot by Daniel Cooper Photography in our June/July issue.

You can read Your Bristol & Somerset Wedding for free here.