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County Wedding Events host a number of wedding shows throughout southern England in the Spring and Autumn. Attending a show organised by County Wedding Events will help you every step of the way in your wedding planning - helping you to find the perfect wedding venue and meet the best local suppliers from across the wedding industry.

Admission to all County Wedding Events wedding shows is free and you are welcome to bring as many friends and family members along as you wish.

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Cambridge staycation hotspot

It's official, Cambridge is a top destination for a weekend getaway! The university city has been named third best staycation hotspot in the UK behind York second and Oxford in first place. Great news for couples in the region looking for somewhere close to home to take time out from the wedding planning! The research, conducted by travel insurance experts Forbes Advisor, scored UK locations on key factors such as the cost of eating out, transport and attractions, to discover the best places for visitors to enjoy a memorable experience.

Posted: 5 January 2023

Honeymooning in your married name

If you are dreaming of jetting off to sandy shores with your sparkling new ring, spouse and matching passports...then this guide from NameSwitch will tell you how to make your dreams come true. Please do have a proper think about whether having matching passports straight away is really that important to you because, trust us when we say, it's not an easy thing to pull off! With recent changes to how processes work, effects of the Pandemic, and added complications like not being handed your marriage certificate on your wedding day, or needing the name on your NHS records to be the same as the one on your passport, an already stressful undertaking just got even more nail-biting! Now it's not mission impossible, but you do need 3 key things to be aligned (and nerves of steel) if this is going to work...

Posted: 2 January 2023

Outdated wedding laws need to change

In an article earlier this year there was discussion and praise aimed towards the Government's plans to allow outdoor weddings to be made permanent. The article also highlighted the eagerly awaited Law Commission report into marriage laws, which was due to be published in July. Now it has been published and we have had some time for the dust to settle, Kate Van Rol, Barrister at 4PB has looked into these recommendations, "Are wedding laws at present 'confusing, outdated and restrictive' as the Commission suggest, or would the implementation of their suggestions trivialise weddings and commercialise the ceremony?". Kate continues...

Posted: 14 December 2022

New woodland ceremony space in Suffolk

If you love the idea of walking up a tree-lined aisle under dappled sunshine to say 'I do', with birds singing in the trees overhead, this could be your dream come true. The new woodland ceremony glade at Alpheton Hall Barns in Suffolk is an idyllic spot for romantic al-fresco weddings and you don't need to worry if the weather's bad as there's always the beautiful Ceremony Barn as backup. The woodland glade includes a hand-crafted oak ceremony feature, completed in spring this year by owner Nic Willcocks, providing cover for the registrars, the happy couple and witnesses.

Posted: 30 November 2022

Renowned Norfolk pony has a new website

Back in late summer 2019 we reported on a rising new star on the local wedding scene, Jack Brock the miniature Shetland pony. Since then his fame has spread far and wide, so he now has a new website and email address all of his own.

In his role as a four-legged confetti carrier, he's a real show-stealer kitted out in his leather bridle, decorated harness and wicker baskets filled with fragrant rose petals. The eco-friendly confetti is picked from owner Ali Stearn's rose garden on the family farm in Wymondham, South Norfolk.

Posted: 1 March 2022

What's that? Even MORE wedspiration from CWM!

Here at CMW 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. 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.

Posted: 5 November 2021

Just a wedding

When Mark Lee from Mark Lee Photography set up this shoot at Cheshire's Park Manor, he wanted to seek out like minded suppliers to collaborate on creating stunning inclusive images; and what better showcase this gorgeous shoot than Pride Month! Mark says, "For months I've been coming across posts on Facebook on issues from the LGBTQ+ community over double standards within the wedding industry. Some finding that they were being charged more or that some suppliers just wouldn't work with a same sex couple. Then a supplier wanted to know how to create a logo for same sex supplier so not to offend. And another supplier unsure how to word his contract... this got me thinking. Why is this so difficult? Why does there need to be an issue regardless of who you are and who you want to marry? The law has changed so why are people still living in the dark ages? It's time to accept everyone."

Posted: 11 June 2021