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.
Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local East Anglian wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
This stylish stationery by Norfolk-based Silk & Ink balances elegance with a strong masculine edge; perfect for the same-sex wedding shoot by Mark Nortcliffe Photography set at the county's super stylish Oxnead Hall. Based on a decadent Venetian theme, to view more of the inspirational shoot check out the current issue of Your East Anglian Wedding free to download here.
A little bit of sparkle makes everything fun! Great for the hen party, you can see off your single days in style with a glamorous glitter bar. Head glitter artist and founder of Norfolk-based Face 'n' Glitz Emily Jo shows how in a striking rose gold and sparkle-themed photo shoot by Kristy Jade Photography featured on page 57 of the current issue available to download free of charge here.
Getting hitched in a town or city centre location doesn't have to mean missing out on album-worthy big-day backdrops.
This fun shot by Suffolk-based Kim Hurton Photography is a case in point, capturing the bridal party strolling through Bury St Edmunds on route to have their photos done.
We love Charlotte and Luke's classic wedding at Suffolk's Hengrave Hall, captured by Pengelly Photography. As well as great photos, the couple had their big day filmed by Steve Hood so they can relive precious moments for years to come.
Charlotte says "Hiring a videographer was without a doubt the best decision we made. Steve captured moments of our wedding that we would have missed, such as our family and friends arriving while we were getting ready. We barely knew he was filming, he blended in with our guests and we have a wedding video to cherish and hopefully share with our children in the future."
To find out all about their big day download the current issue of Your East Anglian Wedding for free.
We may not be able to get out as much as we'd like at the moment but this beautiful stationery is a breath of fresh air, blooming with fabulous flowers and inspiration for all the lovely weddings to come.
It was created by Norfolk-based Melmade Stationery for a photo shoot by Sophie Cass Photography at the magical Sennowe Park wedding venue, a hidden gem in the heart of North Norfolk. The whole creative endeavour was based around a child's vision for the perfect romantic wedding.
To view more download your free copy of Your East Anglian Wedding here
How's this for some seasonal cheer? Perfect for a spring wedding, florist Beverley Thomas of Suffolk-based Henley Flowers created the stunning centrepiece for a wedding at The Tudor Barn, Belstead.
The conical vase arrangement features pussy willow twigs and a beautiful ball of white and cream flowers, including roses, lisianthus, gypsophila and a variety
Pantone Colour of the Year Classic Blue is making waves in the wedding industry as one of this year's hottest hues. "Foliage will still be dominant, but mixed with bold statement colours, including Classic Blue, with hot pinks and yellows; the bolder the better!" says wedding prop hire and silk flowers specialist Amy Kearton of Norfolk-based Vintage Silk.
Great news - after all every bride needs their something blue!
(Image: Chris Bottrell Photography)
Be prepared for plenty of stop-stare moments at fairytale Suffolk wedding venue Seckford Hall Hotel & Spa. Surrounded by acres of glorious grounds and woodland, with sweeping lawns, a private lake, walled garden and more; all you need is your Prince Charming and a happy ever after! Just one of the storybook big-day settings showcased in the current issue of Your East Anglian Wedding out now.
(Image: Sharon Cudworth Photography)