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Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis on local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.

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If luxury and romance are on your wedding wish list, check out this Cambridgeshire venue. You’re sure to be impressed from the moment you arrive down the winding driveway and catch your first sight of the Jacobean Manor House and immaculate grounds. With ten acres to explore, there’s plenty of picture-perfect spots for romantic photos. Step inside and be prepared for more stop-stare moments. The interior oozes style with luxury furnishings, bright colours, patterns, textures and antiques to complement the house. Set within a mile of the heart of historic Ely with 16 individually designed bedrooms and views of the city’s cathedral, it’s an idyllic big-day retreat.

In spring and summertime, ceremonies are held in the ornate, outdoor pavilion overlooking the lakes and gardens while in the autumn and winter the grand Orangery provides a magical setting with its floor-to-ceiling glass panels, oak beams and wood burner. Both can seat up to 165 people. There’s a host of versatile spaces for the post-vows celebrations too including a bar adjoining the Orangery and terraces and the topiary courtyard with fountains and outdoor seating, not to mention a personalised gin and cocktail bar! The permanent marquee is the perfect place to party with chandeliers, a bar and its own private terrace. The black and white dancefloor adjoining the marquee is a standout feature and is kept hidden to wow your guests when it’s time for the first dance. With star lights on the ceiling and a large stage you and your loved ones can celebrate in style.

We love… the complimentary honeymoon suite complete with four poster bed, bathroom with roll top bath and walk-in shower.

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Based in Suffolk, The Little Horse Picture Booth provides great entertainment for all your guests. Built into a 1960's horse box, it's a standout attraction with three different packages to suit you and a new signature range of props. Two prints are produced within seconds, one to put into a customised guest book and the other for loved ones to keep, plus there's an online gallery, so everyone can have a memory to treasure. And if the wedding is taking place off the beaten track, there's no need to worry about power either, as the eco-friendly photo booth works off-grid.

Find out more entertainment options in issue 54 of Your East Anglian Wedding available now to read online for free.

Set in 72 acres in the heart of Cambridgeshire, Hemingford Park provided the perfect backdrop for local wedding caterer Caren Schofield of Bonito Platito to showcase her sumptuous grazing tables and big-day treats. Surrounded by idyllic parkland, woodland and lakes, the historic estate is home to the grade II listed Hemingford Park Hall. Inspired by the beauty of the setting, Caren pulled together a team of talented suppliers from around the region to create this stunning bridal shoot combining a subtle mix of orange, sage and natural tones along with a fun children's section bursting with bright bold colours.

See more of this stunning shoot in the August September issue which you can read now for free here.

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A taste of cake heaven – this romantic, floral masterpiece by Amber Briggs of Norfolk-based Love Wedding Cakes features beautiful, handcrafted rice paper ruffles with sugar roses, ranunculus, magnolia and hydrangeas. Amber has spent years perfecting the art of making beautiful sugar flowers and foliage for her bespoke creations. She says, “Not only do they look beautiful on your wedding day, but they also make a wonderful keepsake long after the cake has been eaten!”

Sugar flowers can be made in any colour, at any time of the year and provide endless choice when it comes to designing your wedding cake.

To find out more, visit www.loveweddingcakes.co.uk

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Travel's a go-go! The airports are open, peak season delays and queues are subsiding and couples are jetting off to far-flung destinations and romantic honeymoons.

With the excitement gradually returning to pre-pandemic levels, we expect to see more travel-themed weddings emerging and this passport-style stationery is just the ticket to set the tone from the get go.

Created by graphic designer Sarah Gibbs of Norfolk-based Tops Designs, check out more of her on-trend designs on page 72 of the current issue of Your East Anglian Wedding, free to download here.

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Boho wedding style is a trend that just keeps on going! Relaxed and natural, it's perfect for free-spirited couples who want to celebrate their day, their way.

The soft, muted tones, natural dried flowers and feathery pampas grass in these bespoke designs created by Elle Harris of Norfolk-based Sirrah Flowers perfectly complemented the boho-chic theme of this styled shoot. Set in the light, bright conservatory at Norfolk's Titchwell Manor it was captured by Alice Cunliffe Photography

To view the full shoot in all its glory and check out all the local suppliers involved, check out the June/July issue of Your East Anglian Wedding.

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If you love sweet treats, this stunning centrepiece is a sure-fire winner.

Featuring a whole feast of different-flavoured cookies - 240 to be precise - and topped with a small, semi-naked wedding cake, it offers the best of both worlds.

Created by Suffolk-based cake maker Terri Newman of EriVica Cakes it's a novel alternative to the ever-popular cupcake towers.

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!

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