When it's time for you look for local businesses to help you with your wedding, take a look at our advertisements below. Most will have links to their own websites. These advertisements are updated regularly so please revisit often and mention Your East Anglian Wedding when making any enquiries.
Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local East Anglian wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
Why have one cake when you can have three? These beauties were created by Norfolk-based baking supremo Emma Thorburn of Buns of Fun Bakery for a Christmas wedding and are packed with feel-good flavours. Chocolate orange, salted caramel, gingerbread and popcorn – what's not to love?
Image by Joshua Patrick Photography
This genuine Royal Mail cast-iron fronted postbox is a great addition to the big-day decor. Available in a variety of colours, they come with a lockable key, so you can keep your treasured cards and any cash gifts safe and secure.
Supplier, Norfolk-based Vintage Partyware will even design and print an insert, personalised for your big day. To find out how you can hire one for free, saving £35, click here.
Cut flowers in glass vases and terracotta pots filled with succulents and blooms adorned the top table at Alex and John's wedding reception at Grange Farm near Peterborough. To view more of their fabulous botanical-themed wedding check out the latest issue out now.
Image courtesy of Heather Jackson Photography, flowers by Bespoke Buds
The soft peachy tones of this super stylish photo shoot are perfect for a cosy autumn wedding. Set at exclusive Norfolk wedding venue Hales Hall, with styling by local supliers including Fringe & Fray Designs , stationery Pen & Fold and flowers by Ivy Floral Events, the whole look was inspired by the romance and atmosphere of the magical Medieval estate and venue.
As a gin lover myself, I was excited to learn of Pinkster Gin's latest launch. Their new Hedgepig Gin Liqueurs are not only a great addition to the big-day bar, they're helping to preserve our prickly friends too.
Made by Cambridgeshire-based Pinkster using fruit from local orchards or foraged from the region's hedgerows, 50 pence is being donated to the British Hedgehog Preservation Society for every bottle sold.
Available in four deliciously fruity flavours they can be served with cheese, desserts or topped up with prosecco as a wedding cocktail.