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Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local East Anglian wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
Winter weddings can be magical and Suffolk wedding venue Bruisyard Country Estate is the perfect place to celebrate the season.
Event managers Katie and Bethany share their top tips on how to keep things toasty and create a warm cosy atmosphere in the current issue of Your East Anglian Wedding out now.
If you're pulling out all the stops for your big day, how about adding a bit of whimsy with a mythical unicorn head; great for a dramatic fantasy theme?
This showstopper was part of an amazing photo shoot by Norfolk's Bigphatphotos set against the ancient grandeur of Thurning Hall and styled by Dottie Events & Hire featured in the current issue of Your East Anglian Wedding.
Sharing platters of delicious food are a great way to help your guests to mix and mingle. A growing trend in wedding catering, this kind of relaxed dining looks set to stay for 2020 according to local experts Cambridgeshire-based Little Piggy Catering.
Owner Charlie McLaughlin says, "Couples are continuing to look for more informal interactive dining options as well as something that will wow their guests." To discover her top foodie forecasts for weddings in the year ahead, check out the catering feature in the current issue of Your East Anglian Wedding, out now.
(Image: Katy Craddock Photography)
What a great idea! If you don't know what kind of engagement ring to choose you can pop the question with a proposal box from Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery in Cambridge and then create the perfect engagement ring together. Hillary and Dev did just that. "It was such a lovely experience and we went back four months later to ask them to make the wedding band," says Hillary. For a snapshot of their December wedding at Cambridgeshire's Swynford Manor check out the current issue of Your East Anglian Wedding out now.
(Image: Will Fuller Photography)
Happy 40th anniversary to us! And what better way to mark our landmark ruby anniversary issue than with this knockout cover shot by Liz Bishop. Love the stunning bouquet by Fig Flowers and dreamy dress from Adella Bridal. Part of a styled shoot at Suffolk outdoor venue Forest Lodge Weddings, check out the next issue of Your East Anglian Wedding when we'll be featuring more of the inspirational images.
Merry Christmas, see you in 2020 x
We love a winter wedding and Woodhall Manor in the Suffolk countryside is the ideal place if you're looking for a cosy big-day setting. Compete with roaring open fires and a wealth of traditional features, it's picture-perfect for a seasonal celebration. For more magical winter wedding venues, check out the current issue of Your East Anglian Wedding out now.
(Image: Matt Wing)
This seasonal four-tier showstopper by Norfolk-based Doyle-icious Cakes not only looks great, it tasted delicious too according to the happy couple Rebecca and Jake. They even took some of it on the plane with them when they jetted off on honeymoon the next day. To find out all about their festive wedding, check out the current issue out now.
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