Editor loves and inspiration

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

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Loved by Your East Anglian Wedding magazine

This little cutie is our new office pinup. We've fallen in love with Jack the miniature Shetland pony's well-groomed good looks and he's fast becoming a bit of a celebrity on the local wedding scene too. As a four-legged confetti carrier, he's a real show-stealer and is happy to stay for an hour or two post-vows to mix and mingle and pose for photos. Check out www.jackbrockltd.co.uk

(Image: www.fosseyimages.com)

Loved by Your East Anglian Wedding magazine

The sizzling colours of this wow-factor wedding installation by Norfolk-based venue stylist Sam Race take balloon art to a whole new level.

(Image by Lou Lou's Photography)

Loved by Your East Anglian Wedding magazine

This striking flat cube cake by Norfolk's Buns of Fun Bakery is a quirky play on the traditional. Featuring a circular hole to represent a look towards the future, the raspberry and rose creation included raspberry preserve and tinted rosewater buttercream, finished with beautiful blooms and fresh raspberries.

(Image www.bigphatphotos.co.uk)

Loved by Your East Anglian Wedding magazine

The stunning Temple Room at Great Yarmouth's Royal Assembly Rooms; the jewel in the Grade II listed building's crown and a grand setting for wedding ceremonies.

Loved by Your East Anglian Wedding magazine

This wild and wonderful bouquet by Suffolk-based Flora and Fern was just one of the floral masterpieces at Robyn and Ryan's stylish Bruisyard Hall wedding, featured in the current issue, out now: 
www.youreastanglian.wedding/buy-a-copy

(Image: Rob Dodsworth Photography)

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This wild and wonderful bouquet by Norfolk's Fox & Fern Florist works beautifully against the lush green background of Flint Vineyard overlooking the Waveney Valley near Bungay in Suffolk. Image by Amanda Karen Photography

Loved by Your East Anglian Wedding magazine

The loop-hole windows at Norfolk wedding venue the Great Barn at Hales Hall, Loddon www.haleshall.com 
There's 180 in all and they look magical lit up with flickering candles against the red-brick walls and exposed timbers.

Loved by Your East Anglian Wedding magazine

This creation by Norwich-based Sugar Buttons is right on trend. Stylish and elegant, with different-sized tiers, it's ideal for a whole range of wedding themes and styles.

(Image: Amanda Karen Photography)

Loved by Your East Anglian Wedding magazine

The beautiful ceremony at Isaacs on the Quay, Ipswich is perfect for romantic 'I dos'. Complete with exposed timber beams and vaulted ceilings it can seat up to 74 guests.
Located on the waterfront, the venue's Grade I and Grade II* listed buildings ooze character and charm, providing a magical big-day backdrop.
(Image: Gavin King Photography)

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Fabulous photos from a stylish boudoir shoot are a great idea as a romantic and special gift for your loved one.
Norfolk-based Janie Richardson captured this glamorous shot to mark the launch of her new bridal boudoir photography business Valentine Studio near Norwich. Offering a natural approach, the exclusive experience includes a consultation beforehand to achieve the perfect hair and make-up to bring out the bride-to-be's inner beauty.

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Our on-line advertisers

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.

Kings Lynn Town Hall
MJR Events
Ufford Park Woodbridge
Signature Wedding Show - The Brentwood Centre