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If you’re looking for a rustic, outdoorsy wedding venue surrounded by meadows and woodland, tucked away in the Nottinghamshire countryside, then look no further than Overgrown Acres.
Being a wedding photographer is a job not for the faint hearted – remaining calm and composed, capturing every element of a wedding without really being seen and making a couple feel at ease and comfortable in front of the camera. Well, it’s a good job we work with people who are true professionals like Dan Hughes. Here, we find out a little more about the man behind the camera …
Aswarby Rectory is a charming country house wedding venue with simplistic décor and a natural beauty that's hard to find elsewhere. This incredible team came together to give Aswarby an undeniably gorgeous autumnal touch.
No, we can’t believe it either. Save the Date Magazine celebrated its 10th birthday this Autumn which means it’s been a whole decade since we landed with our little glossy. A lot has changed since then and we’ve managed to cram oodles of fun times into those years – lots of laughs, the odd stress, 44 copies of the magazine produced and printed, more events than we can even remember and SO much more.
The festive season is ALL about edible goodness, which is why we can’t wait to catch up with one of our favourite catering companies, Gail Dandy Catering. With over 15 years of experience working in the wedding industry, this family run business knows a thing or two about creating epic feasts! The team are experts at creating rustic-inspired food with a homemade vibe, so let’s get the latest gossip…
Before Christmas, I got to pop in and see Nicola & Gareth from Rose Press Stationery. Based in the heart of Nottingham, they have a dreamy studio where all of their stationery is designed and printed in house. One of the only few letterpress stationers left in the country, I was super excited to have a nosey around their stylish studio.
You’re newly engaged, you’ve found yourself in the wonderful world of weddings and it’s time to start planning. But where do you actually start? We’d always recommend grabbing your best girls and getting yourself down to a wedding fair.
Not only is a wedding fair a fun day out for you and your #BrideTribe, it will be full of brilliantly creative suppliers and you’ll leave feeling inspired and completely planning-ready. You will probably have managed to tick off the most of your wedding to-do-list, under one roof!
The Wedding Event With A Difference just around the corner (Sunday 16th February), we thought we’d give you our expert advice on how you can make the most out of a wedding fair. So, let’s get started!
If you're a lover of all things vintage, today's styled shoot is for you! We'll hand you straight over to Mazz, a Bridal Hair & Make-Up Artist so you can find out a little more about the inspiration behind the editorial.
The New Year has arrived and if you’re newly engaged, we suspect you have only one thing on your mind – wedding planning! Forget the New Year’s resolutions, it’s time to get organised with your big day and to help you get started, we’ve put together ultimate wedding planning checklist…
Sarah Barrett, creative director and designer at design house Lyn Ashworth, England has launched the official campaign for her new ‘White Blooms’ collection for 2020, and we are thrilled to be sharing it with you.
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