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We love pets at weddings and this posing pooch looks adorable with a floral corsage in their collar. Made by Suffolk-based Sally's Floral Studio this is just one of the ways the magic of flower power can add extra wow-factor to your big day. Take your pick from a whole bunch of ideas from local florists featured in the June/July issue of Your East Anglian Wedding free to read now.

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Finally! After four cancellations due to Covid, our County Wedding Magazines social media queen Beth Morton and partner Drew Whittock tied the knot at Norfolk's beautiful Bressingham Hall and High Barn.

You can read all about their big day in the April/May issue of Your East Anglian Wedding for free here now!

In the April/May issue of Your East Anglian Wedding, we couldn't help but swoon over real bride Emily's gorgeous big-day style.

Make-up artist Victoria Fox, of Victoria Mathie Make-up explains how she created the look, "For her eye make-up I used antique bronze gold shades, while the muted blush bronzer complemented Emily's olive skin tone and traditional lace dress."

This was part of a Hot Topic Q&A session in the magazine by make-up artist Sharron Wrattem of Elegant Hair and Beauty.

You can read more over on page 71 of the April/May issue of Your East Anglian Wedding which you can read for free now!

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 www.jackbrock.co.uk 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. “We've added more roses to our beds and we collect them on the wedding morning so the petals are as fresh as possible,” adds Ali. As well as Jack's wedding work, he makes regular public appearances and has raised nearly £25,000 for Dementia charities by visiting care homes in return for donations. “He goes in all their bedrooms and the lifts too! He really is a superstar and a rather special addition to a wedding!” Ali adds.

Read more news in the Feb/March edition of Your East Anglian Wedding, for free here now!

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This bouquet certainly gave us the summer vibes - roll on the warmer weather!

In the December/January issue of Your East Anglian Wedding magazine, florist Candice Westgate was one of our Hot Topic experts answering this question.

We want our wedding flowers to wow our guests and reflect the latest trends. What would you suggest?
Candice says: There are two main contrasts when it comes to wedding flowers for the year ahead, either go big or focus on the smaller details. As current demand for intimate weddings looks set to continue, couples are now looking to trade up and go all out with their wedding flowers while making every guest, in person or virtually, feel special.”

Read on for her top five predictions for wedding flowers in 2022, for free online now by browsing through our eMagazine.

Ellie and James tied the knot at The Georgian Townhouse on the 21st August 2021, and when reading about their wedding day I just adored their geometric-shaped wedding cake.

Their showstopping, hexagonal cake featured a hand-painted marble effect and gold detail, with a delicious chocolate layer, white chocolate and raspberry, topped with a vegan, lemon tier. Ellie raves, “Emma our cakemaker really stood out to us with her incredible detailing. She even included a little hand-drawn image of the cake on an easel next to it.”

You can read all about their wedding in the December/January issue of Your East Anglian Wedding which is available to read for free now!

Oh lordy, there's nothing we love more than dogs (in this case puppies) at weddings!

This dapper chap is Cecil the sausage dog and he has his very own bow tie. He is the fur baby of Bethany and Sam who tied the knot at Parkhill Hotel in Oulton.

You can read all about their wedding day in the December/January issue of Your East Anglian Wedding magazine, which is available for free on the website now!

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This outdoor pavilion is oh-so romantic for al fresco nuptials.

Perched on the banks of the River Mel, Sheene Mill has been a landmark of the Cambridgeshire countryside for more than 400 years. With immaculate landscaped gardens and a beautiful wedding pavilion set on the riverbed, it's a fairytale setting that's hard to beat.
Originally a flour mill, the traditional 16th-century building boasts a wealth of original features including open fireplaces and exposed beams.

Licensed for ceremonies for up to 110 guests, you can tie the knot inside or out and take your pick from a choice of romantic backdrops. The heated outdoor pavilion can be fi tted with a canopy so you can marry al fresco whatever the weather. The Banqueting Hall can cater for up to 120 people for the wedding breakfast or the Garden Conservatory, with views across the lake, provides a perfect setting for more intimate celebrations. Call 01763 261 393 or visit www.sheenemill.com

This was taken straight from our Spotlight on Cambridge feature in the December/January issue of Your East Anglian Wedding. Read more on venues in the region now!

In the latest issue of Your East Anglian Wedding, there's a delicious array of wedding cake inspiration that all look far too good to eat.

This gorgeous cake design would make the ideal winter wedding showpiece!

For more inspiration, you can read the entire feature in the October/November issue of Your East Anglian Wedding available to download for FREE now.

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Here at Your East Anglian Wedding HQ sometimes you feel you've seen it all; but alas, I was pleasantly surprised with this wooden 'cake menu' sign from Chloe and James' real wedding - what a brilliant idea!

Read more about Chloe and James' wedding, which took place at Hunters Hall in Dereham, in the October/November issue of Your East Anglian Wedding which you can download for FREE here.

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