Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local East Anglian wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
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.
Woodhall Manor's fabulous suite, complete with fairytale four-poster bed, is the stuff that wedding dreams are made of. To find out more about the romantic Suffolk hotspot, check out our feature on local venues with glorious gardens in the current issue, out now.
(Image: Purple Pear Tree Photography)
Romantic just-wed beach shots are always a winner, especially at sunset. This one of happy couple Kate and Adam French was taken by Norfolk-based photographer Esther Wild and perfectly captures the relaxed theme of their seaside wedding in Cromer.
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
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.
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.