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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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Ceir y Cardi offers deluxe wedding cars across West Wales. Based just outside of Aberaeron, the company has a range of vehicles that are available to view in their new purpose-built heated garage.

The team have recently added two new white Range Rover Sports to their impressive wedding collection. These stunning cars have a white leather interior and adjustable air suspension for easy exit and entry. Both are available to hire individually or as part of a package.

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

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

To see more from our Transport feature, check out the current issue. Download your free copy at www.yoursouthwales.wedding/free-download

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Jo and Mark celebrated their love with a ceremony at their local church. "St Margaret's Church Prestwich is very close to where we lived, and we would go past it on the way to work or town," says Jo. "We always wanted to have our wedding at a local venue, and the church was perfect for us."

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

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

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Katie and Frank felt an instant connection and a few years later tied the knot at Great Fosters. "We had booked a weekend away at Great Fosters to escape the city during the summer," says Katie. "We fell in love with the charming Tudor estate and beautiful gardens. We knew from the get-go that we wanted to get married outside and the property ticked all of our boxes."

Photographer's credit: www.chebirchhayesphotography.com

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

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Charlotte and Dan first met in high school. Charlotte tells us more about their big day: "I bought my dress two years before the wedding from TDR Bridal. I knew I wanted a mermaid style, but I shocked myself when I went for lace. I bought a detailed belt online to give the gown a little something extra. I accessorised with a faux fur shrug to keep me warm, and I also purchased versions for the bridesmaids."

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

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

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Holly and Conor's wedding ended up being a complete success despite the global pandemic, it's a day the newlyweds can look back on forever. I love this image of the pair, you can really see the pure love and happiness shared.

Image courtesy of www.absolutephotouk.com

Read the pairs love story in our April/May issue which you can download here: www.yourhertsbeds.wedding/free-download

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I love everything about Amber and Aaron's rustic-style wedding at Swancar Farm. The pair first met through mutual friends and after many year together, they created the perfect wedding surrounded by loved ones. Read all about their special day in our April/May issue which you can download for free here: www.yournortheast.wedding/free-download

Image by https://saritawhitephotography.com

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How beautiful are these beautiful Stellar Crystal Pins from Rare Bridal Studio? The pieces are created using sterling silver plated starbursts and sparkling crystal detailing. This set of five hairpins will bring a celestial-styled look and drama to any wedding style and works well clustered together in a bun or sporadically placed down a dramatic hair braid. Discover more stunning jewellery in our May/June issue, which you can download for free here: www.yournortheast.wedding/free-download

Discover all about Rare Bridal Studio here: www.rarebridalstudio.co.uk

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Anna Baker is the talent behind Anna Baker Cakes based in the heart of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire. Her bespoke handmade cakes use only the finest ingredients and I love this delicious two-tier design finished with a personalised topper, ideal for summer weddings and celebrations.

To see more of Anna's mouth-watering cakes, visit www.annabakercakes.co.uk and download our latest issue now for FREE to read all about her bakes perfect for micro weddings.

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Tiny Sarah is the chef mermaid at Tiny Sarah's Cakes based in Woodley, Berkshire delivering nationwide. Her bespoke handmade vegan celebration cakes include this You're so Cool design.

To see more of her work, visit www.tinysarahscakes.co.uk and read all about her latest designs in our new issue available to download now for FREE!

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With signs that summer is just around the corner, I can't wait to meet my friends for a long-awaited catch up over a quintessentially British afternoon tea and I love the luxury high tea available from Devon-based West Country Caterers.

For further information about their prices and packages, visit www.west-country-caterers.co.uk and read all about their ideas for micro weddings in our new issue available to download now!

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An incredible lace train will always look elegant – just like this one from Bride at Home Boutique. Meet some of the regions' top boutique owners in our June/July issue.

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Imagine this gorgeous stationery landing on your doormat! See the full styled shoot at Queen's House shot by Gyan Gurung Photography in our May/June issue.

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You'll find fabulous floral abundance in this styled shoot. See the full styled shoot at Hooton Pagnell Hall, shot by Laura Calderwood Photography, in our May/June issue.

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How cute is this sweetheart table? We're loving this for an intimate wedding. See the full styled shoot at Little Tey Barn, shot by Laura Jane Photography in our May/June issue.

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What a riot! This shot for our emotive images feature had me smiling all day. Photographer Sally of Blue Bug tells me, “This shot is requested all the time so I carry a prop bag to all weddings now!” Uncover more wedding-day emotions in the May/Jun issue, free to download now at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download.

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You'd be forgiven for thinking that Lauren and Dexter tied the knot in some exotic Mediterranean destination. Not so, they actually said “I do” in The Loggia at Kent's very own stunningly gorgeous Hever Castle. Read about their big day in the May/Jun issue, free to download now at www.yourkent.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.barrypage.co.uk

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The palette used for this styled shoot is absolutely gorgeous and the cake (by www.birchhousebakery.com) is the height of chic with its gold leaf and a pop of raspberry.

Discover more in the Apr/May issue of Your Sussex Wedding free to download now at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-downoad

Image courtesy of www.matthew-scott.co

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Hair and make-up artist, Charmaine Gorwill gives us her top tips for repairing damaged skin.

"When working outside, prevention is key. Your skin should be protected as much as possible, so use SPF 50 every day, no matter how dull and grey the weather may be. If possible, layer up your protection with some kind of shielding, such as a scarf, to block out the harsh winds.

"Stay away from soap and minimise the use of hot water, as the temperature change can make your skin red and sore.

"A skincare routine every morning and night will benefit the hydration and texture of your skin. Use cleansing water and toner to clean it, don't use anything with too many chemicals and finish with a nourishing moisturiser afterwards. My favourite is Elemis they offer a wide range of products to suit everyone."

To find out more about Charmaine, visit www.charmainemakeupartist.co.uk

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

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When this shoot first landed in our inbox, we just knew our lovely readers would adore it. Wedding and events manager, Annabel Candler tells us more about the images: “Calthwaite Hall's new Orangery started life before lockdown but when it was finally complete a troop of local creatives set about styling the site to create a hippy and retro style shoot. Surrounded by lush gardens and set next to an epic grand home, we worked on showcasing how any personality could work in the setting. Steering away from the moody tones of trending shoots, we endeavoured to capture bold greens, stunning lighting and fashion-forward styling.”

Photographer's credit: www.helenwhitaker.com

See the full shoot in our April/May issue - available to download for free now.

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When this shoot first landed in our inbox, we just knew our lovely readers would adore it. To find out more, we spoke to stylist, Lucy Wells: “Hair and make-up artist, Lucia Penman, reached out to local wedding suppliers in a bid to find an opportunity to get creative during this difficult time. She wanted to create a boho, country-style theme, and despite some postponements along the way the vision was brought to life with design and styling from the team. Using the beautiful interior surroundings of Bury Court, we wanted to create a feeling of relaxed elegance with a warm and intimate feel. Using Pantone's colour of the year, rust, as initial inspiration we incorporated touches of copper alongside delicate floral arrangements and vintage furniture.”

Photographer's credit: www.paulplacitelliphotography.com

See the full shoot in our April/May issue - available to download for free now.