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Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers in the East Midlands.
Petwood Hotel Limited is full of character and charm with bursts of colour which makes it a wonderful place to get married at any time of the year. Just picture the stunning photos that can be captured here!
Read more about the venue in our current February/March issue here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Find out more: www.petwood.co.uk
I love Caroline Chamberlain, owner of Caroline Chamberlain Couture Bridal Studio's advice when it comes to dancing the night away in a elegant and comfortable dress.
She says: "A boho inspired dress is a great look to go for if you're looking for something elegant and easy to move in. Bohemian inspired gowns are usually made using soft lightweight fabrics such as tulles, lace or chiffon, which makes them very easy to wear. They lend themselves to a more relaxed look but still very fitting for the occasion and definitely a style you can dance the night away in!
Read more about what she has to say in our current February/March issue here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Discover more about the company here: www.carolinechamberlain.co.uk
Photographers credit: www.kevelkinsphotography.co.uk
I love what this groom has to say about seeing his partner on their special day. He says: “I was so nervous, they started playing the song for Jasmine to walk down the aisle and she didn't come for ages, I started to panic but the moment I saw her I started to cry with joy. I have never felt as happy as I did on the day, everything was perfect from start to finish.”
Check out the couples love story in our current February/March issue here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Images courtesy of www.chrissmithphotos.co.uk
I fell in love with this beautiful shoot at the Peak District National Park as soon as I saw it. The photographer (@hollyjophotography) captured the wild and free-spirited theme perfectly.
Shoot coordinator, Karen Faulkner from Stand Out Ceremonies says: “I hope this gorgeous photography demonstrates to couples considering an adventure micro-wedding or elopement that there's a way to do it that makes absolutely no compromise on quality, luxury or the impact of the day. The focus is simply shifted to being solely about you and your partner's experience together and the only things scaled back are the guest list, the months of stress, and the cost!”
Check out more images in our current February/March issue here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
When it comes to posing for the camera, it can become quite daunting to couples who art use to the camera. That's why I love Jordan and Amie's top tip! They say: "A tip would be to have an engagement shoot or pre-wedding shoot. We had ours in May 2019 about eight weeks before the big day and it helped us relax so much more with the photographer and in front of the camera!"
To read Jordan and Amie's love story and details about their special day, grab our current December/January issue here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Images courtesy of www.nickshootphotography.co.uk
I love this image taken by IsoElegant Photography which captures the happiness and love shared by this couple. They look so proud to be together!
Find more expert advice in our December/January issue which you can buy here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Find out about the company here: www.isoelegant.co.uk
I love the outside of Papplewick Pumping Station, it's the perfect backdrop to hold any wedding!
Discover more beautiful venues in our current December/January issue here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Photographers credit: lincolnshire.blogspot.com
I love this this beautiful tropical-styled shoot but my favourite part would have to be the boutique. Just look at the stunning colours used which pops against the models dress and venue.
Find out more about this shoot and the suppliers behind it in our current December/January issue here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Image courtesy of www.foyetographyweddings.co.uk
I love what Emma has to say about her bridesmaids in our Real Wedding feature.
"The bridesmaids wore lace-topped navy maxi dresses. As fate would have it, the straps and top of the dress matched mine perfectly! All of my bridesmaids were amazing throughout, my maid-of-honour Jess was my rock and has given me so much confidence back that I had lost since my fibromyalgia diagnosis."
To read Emma and Aidan's love story and details about their special day, grab our current December/January issue here: www.youreastmidlands.wedding/buy-a-copy
Images courtesy of Captcha Photography