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Real weddings and wedding ideas

See how other couples celebrated their big day with wedding stories and ideas from County Wedding Magazines' Real Weddings features.

Bloomin' wonderful

Bloomin' wonderful

Alex and John's botanical-themed wedding was a magical mix of fabulous flowers and foliage... read more

A day to remember at The Barn at Upcote

A day to remember at The Barn at Upcote

A day to remember: Victoria and James' informal barn wedding had a rustic theme with pink touches... read more

True romance at Coombe Lodge

True romance at Coombe Lodge

True romance: Tia and Lee's Coombe Lodge wedding was accented with pretty blush styling... read more

Love life, be happy

Love life, be happy

Jennifer and Alisteir's day was a vibrant celebration with their nearest and dearest... read more

When I fall in love

When I fall in love

Michaela and Jonathan styled their February wedding day in blush and gold tones.... read more

Sunshine of my life

Sunshine of my life

Corrine and Ryan styled their day in shades of yellow, the ultimate happy hue!... read more

In the pink.

In the pink.

In the pink: Hannah and Alex chose shades of rose and blush for their pretty-as-a-picture big day.... read more

Beauty and barbecue

Beauty and barbecue

Kay and George planned a chilled day with Greek flavour... read more

Wine and dine

Wine and dine

A romantic vineyard proposal in Santorini led to wedding bells for Laura and Ryan... read more

Science lesson

Science lesson

Working in the same laboratory saw love blossom for biomedical scientists Kayleigh and Richard... read more

Beauty and her beau

Beauty and her beau

Karina and Darren pulled out all the stops for their twisted fairytale wedding... read more

Vintage glamour

Vintage glamour

Philip and Carly channelled a Hollywood-chic look for their big day... read more

Yurt life

Yurt life

Rachael and Alasdair hired two yurts for their wedding reception and decorated them with navy touches and pops of bright, bold colours.... read more

Lasting love

Lasting love

Maxine and Lewis romantic wedding was set against the stunning backdrop of Hedingham Castle... read more

A cornish encounter

A cornish encounter

Georgia and Jack's wedding followed a soft pink colour theme with touches of gold, rose gold and copper.... read more

A family affair

A family affair

Claire and Brad celebrated their loved ones past and present on their big day... read more

One fine day at The Old Barn at Esholt

One fine day at The Old Barn at Esholt

One Fine Day: The Old Barn at Esholt was the perfect backdrop for Chris and Mandy's big day... read more

Rustic romance for Charlotte and Ross

Rustic romance for Charlotte and Ross

Rustic Romance: Charlotte and Ross planned a beautifully personal celebration... read more

Up, up and away

Up, up and away

Annalise and Richard's big day was inspired by Pixar's Up... read more

Come away with me

Come away with me

Jessica and Kristian's celebration on their love of travelling... read more

Glitz and glamour

Glitz and glamour

Abbie and Jake tied the knot at St Leonard's Church followed by a reception at Coltsford Mill... read more

Love without borders

Love without borders

Kathryn and Robert styled their big day in homage to a british summer garden party in shades of green, purple and blush Images courtesy of Hollister Photography ... read more

Quay To My Heart

Quay To My Heart

Katrina and James first got chatting at their university's badminton club. Serendipity soon struck, as they bumped into each other on a night out the following day. They hit the karaoke with their rendition of Train's Drops of Jupiter, a song that later became their first dance track. James proposed while the pair were visiting the Christmas markets in Tallinn. Katrina says: We were at the top of a tower around the city wall. I was looking out of a window and turned around to find James on one knee! The bride is from Devon, so she found the idea of a beach venue really appealing. Whitstable, being a favourite spot with the couple as well as being close to where they live, seemed ideal. When we came across East Quay, we thought it was perfect, Katrina explains.The location is amazing, and the venue gave us flexibility to do exactly what we wanted in terms of decoration, catering and use of the space. Here we find out more about the big day with the bride.... read more

Relaxed romance

Relaxed romance

Nicole and Matthew tied the knot with a beautiful wedding at Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa... read more

Magic moments

Magic moments

Jade and Ben's wedding at Notley Tythe Barn was a gorgeous affair – with a last-minute surprise!... read more