Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local Sussex wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
Why should the men have all the fun with their buttonholes? Treat the mums to a beautiful corsage to really make them feel special and part of the bridal party. Your floral questions are answered over on page 55 of the current issue, free to download at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-download
Image courtesy of www.holliecornish.wedding
Corsage by www.arabellafloral.com
Neon signs are the latest super-cool trend in venue styling – a perfect backdrop for snaps and focal point for your reception space. Discover more styling ideas over on page 69 of the current issue of Your Sussex Wedding, free to download now at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-download.
Image courtesy of www.chrisgilesphotography.com
Sign by www.tohaveandtohireweddings.com
I made the horrendous error of putting this feature together right before lunch one afternoon, and the array of mouthwatering wedding breakfasts on display really made my tummy rumble!
Check it out in the current issue of Your Sussex Wedding, free to download now at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-download
Image courtesy of www.loveheartphotgraphy.com
Our fashion editor, Claire, rounds up some fabulous fairytale dresses over on page 81 of the new issue. I'm obsessed with this glamorous gold Sassi Holford design.
The Dec/Jan issue of Your Sussex Wedding is free to download now at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-download
Staycations are 100 per cent the way forward this year. Discover the options in beautiful Suffolk on page 102 of the Oct/Nov 2020 issue of Your Sussex Wedding, FREE to download now at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-download
Snuggling beside a roaring fire might not be the first thing we think of when it comes to barn venues, but this shoot at the Yoghurt Rooms ( www.yoghurtrooms.com) proves that barns aren't just for summer nuptials. Discover more in the Oct/Nov 2020 issue of Your Sussex Wedding, FREE to download now at www.your-sussex.wedding/free-download
Image courtesy of www.tomjeavonsphotography.co