Your Yorkshire Wedding - March/April 2022 (Issue 53)

LET’S GET COOKING! Thai restaurant, Chaophraya in Leeds, has relaunched its everpopular cookery masterclasses for participants to learn how to cook their favourite Thai dishes, following a successful trial at the end of last year. A great idea for a hen or stag do! The cookery masterclasses, which will be located within the upper restaurant area, will bring guests together to learn how to cook authentic Thai dishes, from start to finish, whilst mastering the art of culinary skills transferable to any kitchen. Running every Sunday, the class will teach participants how to make one of five starters and mains including some of the restaurant’s most popular dishes; Thai Green Curry, Pad Thai, Papaya Salad, Tom Yum Thai Soup, Spring Rolls and Massaman Curry. Leading the cooking classes, is their experienced head chef who has been trained by and owner Executive Chef of the restaurant group, Kim Kaewraikhot. Kim said: “Our guests can put their culinary skills to the test, or simply enjoy creating a classic Thai dish in a group environment.” Classes start at £69 and for more information and how to book, visit the website: GET GIN-SPIRED! The Mobile Gin School caters for hen parties, events and weddings. The company can even produce bespoke gin wedding favours for your day. It also offers a bespoke gin service to make your own custom gin bottle. The Mobile Gin School is open for booking from May 2022 onwards. The company can come to your wedding day, where you and your partner can create your own wedding day gin using their beautiful copper stills. The team will ask for a bit of assistance from your guests with helping choose the flavours and then invite them to get hands on and recreate your recipe into miniature wedding favours to take home. You will receive the bottle you made in a gift box to cherish or to drink. Don’t worry if you drink it, the School will keep your recipe on file and can recreate it for you any time. For further information visit or via social media. Contact The Mobile Gin School quoting reference: Gin22 to receive a free bottle of gin upon a successful wedding booking. A guest appearance James Buckley, better known as The Inbetweeners’ Jay Cartwright, has topped the official Cameo 2021 Year in Review, making him the most popular of all 50,000 stars on the world’s leading fan engagement platform. With 80 per cent of Cameos given as gifts, it’s inevitable to see spikes in virtual message bookings around key moments like anniversaries; as a surprise for the hen or stag; or as a present for the bride and groom! Leeds was the seventh most popular location in the UK partial to sharing and sending a personal celebrity video message. A Cameo spokesperson said: “Congratulations to James Buckley for being crowned the most popular star on Cameo in 2021. It’s great to see that he remains a fan favourite, not just in the UK, but also across the world. Cameo is about creating meaningful connections that matter, and we’re delighted to be able to help fulfil so many magical moments for fans.” To book a Cameo from your favourite stars, download the app or visit Even MORE wedspiration from CWM! Here at CWM HQ we’re literally never satisfied when it comes to providing our readers with enough wedspiration. Because, really, what is enough? We’d go on forever if we could. So, with that in mind, we’ve created our very own County Wedding Magazines YouTube channel, just for you. here you’ll find tons of big-day ideas from venue tours to dream dresses. Catch up on beauty reviews and how tos from our beauty editor and peek behind the scenes of styled shoots featured in our titles past and present. You can even be a fly on the wall at some real weddings - after all, if we’re honest, who doesn’t love being a bit nosey! And we haven’t stopped there, as you’ll also find local supplier interviews packed with tips and tricks. We’re adding more content all the time, so why not hit SUBSCRIBE so you never miss a thing? It’s your one-stop shop for wedding vid-spiration! Simply head to YouTube and search ‘County Wedding Magazines’ or visit: 9 LOCAL NEWS