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Editor loves and inspiration

Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers in the East Midlands.

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Look how magical Losehill House Hotel & Spa looks this time of year! The venue is situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park in a secluded spot with stunning views overlooking the countryside. People fall in love with the view of the beautiful hills from the Grafene Restaurant, offering light from all corners of the room to take in the surroundings.

Find out more about the space in the December/January issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Discover the venue here: www.losehillhouse.co.uk

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I love this simple and effortless looking hair-style by Robyn Wood at Perfect Silhouette Hairdressing which is perfect for a romantic wedding. The supplier shares her advice for creating smooth hair without any frizz in the beauty Q&A feature in the December/January issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download – make sure to check it out!

Discover the company: www.perfectsilhouettehairdressing.com

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I love these flowers created by Justine Gould at Justine Gould Flowers By Arrangement, the colours are perfect for a winter wedding and would look amazing in photographs.

Check out the supplier advice for finding florals this year in our December/January issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Check out: www.justinegouldflowers.co.uk

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With the cold weather approaching, its more important than ever to look after your skin leading up to your wedding day as the harsh weather can dry out your skin and change how your make-up will look. That's why I love this top tip from Natalie Kate at Natalie Kate - Makeup Artist Based at The Blossom Rooms, North Lincs. She says, "I'd recommend seeing a skin specialist or facialist for some TLC treatments on the run-up to your wedding day so you feel less self-conscious.
"It's all in the prep for the make-up. As long as skin is hydrated with professional products your make-up will last longer, feel nicer to wear and look beautiful."

Read more of her advice in our December/January issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Check out: www.nataliekatemakeupartist.com

Image by www.sophie-eleanor-photography.com

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I love this image from Taxi Weddings, a business that started back in 2016 with the goal to provide an outstanding service for couples in the East Midlands. The vehicle will look perfect on a wedding day and the company have the ability to calm and steady a bride-to-be on the way to her ceremony.

Discover more in our October/November issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Check out: whitetaxiweddings.com

Image by kirstyrockett.com

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I love this romantic shoot at Hirst Priory, which features stunning touches and
dreamy décor that can be adapted for any wedding.

Discover more beautiful images from this shoot in our October/November issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Image by www.sophieatkins.co.uk

SUPPLIERS INVOLVED IN THIS SHOOT
Venue, www.hirstpriory.co | Photographer, www.sophieatkins.co.uk | Dresses, www.rosea-bridal.co.uk | Suits, www.fallenhero.com | Cake, www.patacakecakes.uk | Flowers, www.jillsfabflowers.co.uk | Stationery, www.jasminecottagestudio.co.uk | Venue Styling, www.howardsevents.com

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I'm in love with Crockwell Farm which enjoys a tranquil location in the south Northamptonshire countryside with stunning rural views, extensive gardens and grounds.

Read more about the venue in our October/November issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Image by liamsmithphotography.com

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Check out this lovely winter wedding on page 35. The bridesmaids' dresses are so festive and the shawls are perfect to keep them warm all day.

Read the couples love story in our October/November issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Image by www.nickshootphotography.co.uk

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I love this advice from Katie Christian at No42 Kegworth who shares her top tips for couples planning an intimate wedding. She says, "Find a venue that offers exclusive use. The space will need to make your wedding feel special and look out for ones that only hold one wedding per weekend. Look for somewhere that's going to add character and enchant your guests while creating the perfect backdrop for wedding images. You want to make sure that the space holds all guests comfortably and there's a right balance of indoor and outdoor spaces.

Read more top advice in our October/November issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Check out www.kegworthhouse.co.uk

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I love this top advice from Ms Moo Make Up, which is all about creating natural looking make-up for weddings. Owner Sali Jones says, "The earlier you invest in a regime, the more time you've got to tweak it to be perfect. Your make-up will look so much smoother once applied and you'll find you won't need as much product. The next piece of advice would be to invest in a setting spray; my favourite is Urban Decay's All Nighter Setting Spray – it's my faithful friend in my kit!"


Read more top advice in our October/November issue which you can download for free at www.youreastmidlands.wedding/free-download

Find out more about the company: www.msmoomakeup.com

Image by emilyandkaty.co.uk

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