Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
This genuine Royal Mail cast-iron fronted postbox is a great addition to the big-day decor. Available in a variety of colours, they come with a lockable key, so you can keep your treasured cards and any cash gifts safe and secure.
Supplier, Norfolk-based Vintage Partyware will even design and print an insert, personalised for your big day. To find out how you can hire one for free, saving £35, click here.
Dorset's Courtyard Bridal has introduced a stunning new collection of Beautiful Brides plus-size wedding dresses.
Owner Marie Bennett is now running her boutique from the comfort of her home in Winterborne Kingston so brides-to-be can enjoy the privacy of a different kind of one-to-one shopping experience.
Kilminorth Cottages in Looe, Cornwall, offer luxury self-catering breaks for stylish hens or couples wanting a mini-moon in the region.
Read more about the retreat in our new issue on sale now.
Purchase your copy here: www.yourdevoncornwall.wedding/buy-a-copy
Bright, bold and beautiful! I love these eye-catching flowers that make a statement for Emily and Joseph's beautiful wedding.
Checkout their real wedding and read more about their love story in our current issue which you can buy here - www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Image courtesy of Ferri Photography
The gorgeous, 14th-century Tythe Barn in Launton is one of the featured wedding venues in our spotlight on North Bucks & North Oxon. Steeped in history, yet full up to date, it offers a choice of two great spaces as well as The Nook, for bridal preparatios and the romantic Shepherd's Hut for a wedding suite. To find out our other picks, you can order our Oct/Nov 2019 issue here.
I always melt seeing emotion from grooms on their wedding days, so I love this shot of Tom patiently waiting for Taylor to meet him at the altar. Find out more about their wintry wedding day on page 53 of the current issue.
Image courtesy of www.billfarnhamphotography.com
Frida and Jake ran with the midsummer theme, combining Swedish and English tradition - read all about their big day on page 48 of our November / December issue.
Purchase your copy here – https://www.yourlondon.wedding/buy-a-copy
Featured in Your London Wedding
Image courtesy of www.courtneydeephotography.co.uk
Essex County Cakes make some real showstopping creations! I love this wood-effect bake, and it's perfect for this time of year. Make sure you check out the website here for more information.
Weddings are all about love and laughter and this pic is full of both - I love it! Read all about Jennifer and Alister's day in the current issue out now. https://www.yourhertsbeds.wedding/buy-a-copy
The weather can be unpredictable and make it difficult for photographers to capture gorgeous images. Luckily for bridal boutique manager Camilla Britten and her colleagues, the weather cleared up just in time to capture this gorgeous image. Camilla explained to us what inspired them: “With four incredible dresses designed by Berta Privée and Instagram influencer Ella Ravenscroft as our model, we knew this shoot would be one to remember. We decided to stick with the popular geometric trend to create a modern and luxurious feel. We only had two hours of dry weather, and the photographer, Jeff Langhorne, did an amazing job of getting all the shots we needed in such a short time scale.”
To see more images, turn to page 81 in the current issue.
Photographer's credit: www.jefflanghorne.com
Purchase your copy here – www.yournorthwest.wedding/buy-a-copy
Here at Your Surrey Wedding, we love seeing local suppliers working together to create showstopping images. Douglas McNeil, the events manager at Guildford Manor told us how this image came to be: “Guildford Manor is a family-run wedding venue set within nine acres of beautiful countryside in the South Downs. The hotel recently underwent a refurbishment and now boasts more than 50 comfortable rooms, a gym, a swimming pool, a spa and much more. We organised the shoot to capture extraordinary shots of the property and to highlight local suppliers' work. From hair and make-up to venue styling, the team had everything covered. Our resident peacock, Percy, also got in on the fun with a gracious cameo in front of the camera. It was a great day and we're really pleased with how the photos turned out.”
To see more images, turn to page 103 in the current issue.
Photographer's credit: www.ferlapaolo.com
Purchase your copy here – www.yoursurrey.wedding/buy-a-copy
Cut flowers in glass vases and terracotta pots filled with succulents and blooms adorned the top table at Alex and John's wedding reception at Grange Farm near Peterborough. To view more of their fabulous botanical-themed wedding check out the latest issue out now.
Image courtesy of Heather Jackson Photography, flowers by Bespoke Buds
When it's time for you look for local businesses to help you with your wedding, take a look at our advertisements below. Most will have links to their own websites. These advertisements are updated regularly so please revisit often and mention County Wedding Magazines when making any enquiries.