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.
Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
Local wedding suppliers teamed up to produce this stunning, rustic-inspired shoot at Oxleaze, a family-run organic farm home to a restored Cotswold stone barn ideal for wedding celebrations. It's also the same team who created our new beautiful cover.
The shoot is featured in full in our new issue available now as a FREE download:
This wedding snap is a favourite of Cornish-based photographer Thomas Frost who covers weddings in both regions. He says, "This is one of my favourite photographs. It was a mix of good planning, a fun and relaxed couple and some good luck. I had scouted this area on the coast near Newquay and found that amazing sea cave. The couple were up for climbing down it and we had timed it for the magnificent sunset. There was this amazing light that blew us all away! It was such a special and amazing moment.”
To see more of his work, visit https://thomasfrostphotography.com and don't forget to download our July/August 2020 edition on 3rd July to see a fabulous four-page real wedding photographed by him.
To see more favourite wedding images from local photographers, download our latest issue FREE at https://www.yourdevoncornwall.wedding/free-download
Real wedding couple, Amy and Ia fell in love with their wedding venue, Great Fosters.
Amy tells us: "When we first saw Great Fosters we loved its impressive drive and grand exterior. I could picture the barn and orangery decorated, and the finished result looked amazing."
To see more turn to page 35.
Photographer's credit: www.denisewinterphotography.co.uk
Purchase your copy here – www.yoursurrey.wedding/buy-a-copy
Real wedding couple, Hollie and Jack fell in love with their wedding venue, Ashfield House.
Hollie tells us: "We fell in love with Ashfield House as soon as we walked in. It felt grand, traditional and very homely. I loved the décor and thought it would look beautiful with lots of roses and candles. The staff were great, especially Josh, who made us feel really calm and ensured everything ran smoothly."
To see more turn to page 32.
Photographer's credit: www.cathybrownphotography.co.uk
Purchase your copy here – www.yournorthwest.wedding/buy-a-copy
To commemorate our nine years and 50 issues of bringing you all things wedding from around the region, I've scoured the archives to find some of our favourite products and pics from 2011 to today.
In issue 35 we were shouting about the new Cristal Suite at www.thorntonhallhotel.co.uk. Having witnessed its splendour myself, I can tell you the grand chandeliers and atmospheric lighting make this a space worthy of the most glamorous of weddings.
The 50th issue of Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding is on sale now! www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/buy-a-copy
This simple yet sophisticated invitation design by www.heathercorthinedesign.com is the height of modern elegance, and I love, love, LOVE it!
Check out the full styled shoot in the current issue of Your Kent Wedding - www.yourkent.wedding/buy-a-copy
Shoot images courtesy of Stephanie Chapman Photography and Sarah Capon Photography
From fun and fresh to formal and elegant – this crack team of experts advises on styling for multiple moods in our March / April issue - out now!
Buy your copy at www.yourlondon.wedding/buy-a-copy
De Courceys Manor is a five-star wedding venue in Cardiff. The property recently won Best Wedding Venue in East Wales at the 2019 National Wedding Awards and to celebrate has launched a new pamper and prep suite. Situated within the manor's grounds, the new addition will have an impeccable interior design for utmost comfort and relaxation. Couples can expect a dedicated dressing area for hair and make-up, a luxury bedroom that sleeps up to six people, a stylish living area, a private garden with seating, robes, slippers and a continental breakfast to your door on the morning of the wedding.
To find out more, turn to page 13 of the current issue.
Photographer's credit: www.huwdale.co.uk
Purchase your copy here – www.yoursouthwales.wedding/buy-a-copy
How's this for some seasonal cheer? Perfect for a spring wedding, florist Beverley Thomas of Suffolk-based Henley Flowers created the stunning centrepiece for a wedding at The Tudor Barn, Belstead.
The conical vase arrangement features pussy willow twigs and a beautiful ball of white and cream flowers, including roses, lisianthus, gypsophila and a variety
Dowsed in history and style, the award-winning Grand Hotel was built in 1872 as a summer residence for the Duchess of Northumberland. Situated on a clifftop, the Grand Hotel is traditionally Victorian with a modern twist with three private function suites, three elegant bridal suites, and endless photograph opportunities.
The Grand Hotel is perfectly situated overlooking one of the most picturesque locations in the North, Longsands Beach and Tynemouth Priory plus St. Marys Lighthouse are all a short distance from the hotel.
Discover more venue in our March/April issue which you can buy here: https://www.yournortheast.wedding/buy-a-copy
Photographers credit: www.leegibbinsphotography.com
Find out more: www.grandhoteltynemouth.co.uk
St Michael's Manor is the perfect romantic setting for any couple's special day. Set in five acres of beautiful private English country gardens with a stunning lake, this country house hotel in St Albans is only 20 minutes from London by train. The location is perfect as the venue is close to the city centre of St Albans, which was formerly the ancient city of Verulamium, and near the famous Abbey Cathedral.
Discover more about the venue in our February/March issue which you can buy here: www.yourhertsbeds.wedding/buy-a-copy
Find out more www.stmichaelsmanor.com
Hemswell Court is approached via a tree-lined driveway, with couples then embarking up the steps to the Grand Hall, which is the perfect space for greeting loved ones. The venue has a wonderful Georgian Style façade with a stunning arched entranceway and front portico covered with wisteria. The grounds boast formal landscaped gardens with manicured lawns and beautiful flower-filled borders, as well as narrow paths and shaded woodland areas. All of which provides stunning scenes for wedding photographs.
Read more about the venue in our current February/March issue here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Find out more www.hemswellcourt.com
Floral displays like this ceiling garland of single stems by Abbey Meadow Flowers located in Stroud, Gloucestershire, are great for a wedding in a marquee, tipi or yurt.
Add summer varieties for a seasonal wedding, or twinkling fairylights for a winter celebration.
For further flower inspiration, visit https://www.abbeymeadowflowers.co.uk and check out our latest issue available as a free download here
This mouth-watering lobster dish is on the menu at new restaurant Àclèaf that has recently opened in the five-star country manor house Boringdon Hall Hotel located in Plymouth, Devon.
It provides a dining destination experience showcasing the finest British produce through a four-course Signature Menu (£80) and a six-course Tasting Menu (£95) using many ingredients sourced in the South West complemented by an English-led wine offering.
To book, visit https://www.boringdonhall.co.uk
Read more in our latest issue. Download your free copy here