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“I knew I wanted some lace on my dress, with long sleeves, an A-line silhouette and a boho style. Most people said I'd surprise myself and go for the opposite, but I actually didn't and found exactly what I was looking for,” real bride Rebecca told us. Read about her big day in the current issue of Your Sussex Wedding, free to download at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.kelsiescullyphotography.com

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Aberaeron-based transport company, Ceir Y Cardi has added two new white Range Rover Sports to their impressive wedding collection. The team primarily cover the old county of Dyfed and offer a variety of vehicles including vintage options, sports cars like the impressive Lamborghini Huracán Performante and Shire horses and carriages.

The owner, Euryd Jones, tells us more about the company: “We pride ourselves on the cars we offer and that all our packages come with personalised ribbons, champagne and the couple's favourite music. Last year was difficult for the wedding industry, and since 2021 is uncertain, we're offering a 100 per cent refund should your wedding be cancelled for whatever reason.

“As a family-run business, the cars are looked after by myself and my son, Dylan, who is the owner of an award-winning video production company, Cynhyrchiad CLIC Productions, and my daughter, Lia, who owns Pinco Beauty Salon. We offer transport, videography and make- up and if all three are booked then we also apply a discount.”

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

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

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What could be more romantic than saying 'I do' at the beach? Quirky, romantic and bold are a few words to describe Newton Hall, a traditional country house that offers luxurious wedding spaces and accommodation right by the sea.

Discover more about the venue in our March/April issue which you can download for free here: www.yournortheast.wedding/free-download

Check out: www.newton-hall.com

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Check out: www.newton-hall.com

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I love this romantic ring created by Heulwen Lewis Bespoke in Hertfordshire, which would look perfect on any bride to be! Discover how to create stunning jewellery while being conscious about the environment in our February/March issue which you can download for free here: www.yourhertsbeds.wedding/free-download

Check out: www.heulwenlewisbespoke.com

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This beautiful braid created by Perfect Silhouette Hairdressing is perfect for a spring or summer wedding. Discover top tips and advice for styling long hair in our February/March issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Check out: www.perfectsilhouettehairdressing.com

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I love this quirky addition to any wedding this summer! The Copper Dog is a beautifully refurbished rice horsebox bar based in West Berkshire offering couples pre-paid packages, a cash bar, or a dry hire option.

To find out more and to book, visit https://thecopperdog.co.uk and check out more fabulous wedding ideas in our brand new issue on sale now and available to download for FREE!

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Treat yourself this Easter Monday to a cake of cheese from Paxton & Whitfield. It's a selection of three individual artisan British pieces of cheese to create a seasonal tiered cake. It's an impressive centrepiece not just for Easter but also for a wedding.

Made up of a Dorset Goat, a Tunworth and a Sheep Rustler, it serves between 10 and 12 guests for a cheese course. Priced at £60 (including UK delivery), it's available to buy online at www.paxtonandwhitfield.co.uk

For more big-day ideas, download our brand new issue on sale now!

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What a wonderful look for a summer wedding! Hair and make-up artist Laura Elisabeth created this dreamy, romantic look.

To find out more, download our latest issue for FREE now and to book Laura for your wedding now that restrictions are lifting, visit https://www.lauraelisabethmua.co.uk

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The team had so much fun capturing this issue's cover shoot. This is one of photographer Sally's favourite images of the shoot's model Gary, one of her past grooms, flying along a cobbled lane on a bike with a huge smile on his face. “We shot a few takes purely for the giggle factor,” she told us. Enjoy more from page 46 of the Mar/Apr 21 issue of Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding, free to download now at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

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I love this adorable image of bride Marie and her gorgeous son, Blake, captured during morning preparations. See the Mar/Apr 21 issue of Your Kent Wedding to read all about the big day.

Image courtesy of www.emmamigdenphotography.com

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Clifton Suspension Bridge is an epic photo backdrop. If you love this shot by Powder and Pearls Photography, then make sure you check out our Photography feature in the April/May issue.

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

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We're navigating the new normal with this micro styled shoot at Morden Hall. Shot by Galileo Photography, you can see the full feature in our March/April issue.

You can read Your London Wedding for free here!

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This couple had to invite their best friend to the big day! See the full real wedding at Yorkshire Sculpture Park shot by Charlotte Elizabeth Photography in our March/April issue.

You can read Your Yorkshire Wedding for free here.

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Can I wear this headband in the office? We're loving everything about this gorgeous boho shoot by Kate Boston Photography at Cressing Temple Barns. Check it out in our March/April issue.

You can read An Essex Wedding for free here!

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You won't want to miss this shoot over on page 47 of the current issue of Your Sussex Wedding. The wildflowers are so abundant that you can practically smell them. Download it now at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.katherineandhercamera.com

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Leena and Neil met in 2012 at a music festival in Derbyshire. “It was the last night and a few friends and I decided to enjoy a few drinks,” says Leena. “In one of the tents, we saw three handsome guys and started to talk to them. I was attracted to Neil's looks and the fact he was present when we had a chat together. He was attracted to my red lips and Scandinavian looks.”

Four years later, Neil proposed during a weekend getaway at Southwold Beach in Norfolk. “We were enjoying a trip with our eldest daughter, and I was eight months pregnant with our second,” shares the bride. “I was watching the waves and as I turned around our daughter, Lumi, was holding a box with a beautiful ring, and Neil was down on one knee. We had been talking about getting married for a few years, but I was still incredibly surprised.”

Photographer's credit: www.kathevansphotography.co.uk

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 photo booth expert, Karl Fellows from Fells Fotos reveals how you can keep your guests entertained during the evening reception.

"Weddings are one of the best events for bringing people together, and keeping guests entertained is a key part of the day for brides and grooms. A photo booth is an excellent addition to any celebration and a great way of ensuring your loved ones are having fun during your special day. What better way to bring people together than with fun props in front of the camera?

"As a photo booth owner, I have attended lots of events, and I have not seen one guest left sitting when the photo booth is open. It brings people together and adds fun to your event while keeping your friends and family entertained. When looking for a provider, I advise you to look for recommendations and reviews. Find someone who's open about what the cost of hire covers with a contract for you to sign, and is friendly and willing to answer questions, no matter how small."

To find out more about Fells Fotos, visit www.fellsfunbooth.co.uk

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

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Local dance specialist, Emma Brewer from First Dance reveals how you can create a wow-factor dance that you're both comfortable with.

"There are lots of things you can do in this situation. Not all first dances have the wow factor, in fact, most couples that come to us just want to look natural, unchoreographed and comfortable on the dancefloor. The first thing to do is to choose your music and pick something that you both love. Then you can have a one-off lesson where you will learn how to get around the dancefloor. Alternatively, you could book a package of three or more lessons whereby it still looks natural, but at least you will have something up your sleeve, so you don't have to go on the floor and wing it. It's very hard to improvise when you have no dancing skills, so find someone to help you with the basics and take it from there. Chances are your partner who wasn't sure will love it. After all, what's better than dancing to a song you love with the person you love?"

To find out more about First Dance, visit www.firstdancestudios.co.uk

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

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Local florist, Bethany Byrne from Flowers by Jemma Holmes reveals how you can choose natural flowers.

"When a client is going for a relaxed wedding we normally suggest sticking to the basics and adding on where necessary. Start with the bridal bouquet. You don't want to mix up relaxed and minimal/simple. A relaxed bouquet can be a mixture of colours and varieties that look handpicked and tied together at home giving off a natural homemade feel. Next, we would suggest opting for something complementary for bridesmaids in a smaller size and for buttonholes a simple cluster of flowers bound with some twine.

"Now you have your basics done it's your choice to extend and dress the venue or leave it showing its natural beauty. If you'd like to add a little something, items like loose-laid foliage on long tables, glass vases/jars showcasing some natural florals and foliage loosely placed in and tea lights work perfectly. Giving that effortless look to finish your relaxed wedding."

To find out more about Flowers by Jemma Holmes, visit www.flowersbyjemmaholmes.co.uk

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

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Our magazines are packed to the brim with expert advice! 

Q: We're great cake lovers and want a showstopper for our wedding that's right on trend. What would you suggest?
Helen says: Large three- or four-tier cakes are still the most popular choice, however if you're having a more intimate wedding, two tiers can look just as fabulous dressed using a mix of beautiful sugar flowers and natural dried ones to add height. Other key trends include:

  • Pretty florals using stunning dried, edible and handmade sugar flowers are very popular. I absolutely love creating sugar flowers as they are the perfect addition to a beautiful cake. Team them with a little pampas or dried bunny tail grass for a stunning design that your guests will be swooning over.
  • Decorative details such as marbling with metallics and different textures like ruffles are also a big talking point and will make your cake stand out. Alternatively opt for a clean simple style using pretty green foliage for a minimalist look. Semi naked and buttercream creations remain popular and are great for a beautiful rustic theme.
  • Bold colours can look dramatic and create a real talking point. Black is incredibly striking dressed with the right flowers and you'll certainly wow your guests with deep rich hues teamed with stunning florals.
  • Display your wedding cake perfectly on a pedestal cake stand, raising it up high for all to see. Make it a real focal point by creating a whole table with matching mini cakes and beautifully iced biscuits for all your guests to enjoy.
Helen Jalim | Cake maker | www.helenjanecakedesign.co.uk

Helen was an expert in our Hot Topic feature in issue 83, read more expert advice now by downloading this issue for free!

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