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Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers in South Wales

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De Courceys Manor is a five-star wedding venue in Cardiff. The property recently won Best Wedding Venue in East Wales at the 2019 National Wedding Awards and to celebrate has launched a new pamper and prep suite. Situated within the manor's grounds, the new addition will have an impeccable interior design for utmost comfort and relaxation. Couples can expect a dedicated dressing area for hair and make-up, a luxury bedroom that sleeps up to six people, a stylish living area, a private garden with seating, robes, slippers and a continental breakfast to your door on the morning of the wedding.

To find out more, turn to page 13 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.huwdale.co.uk

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Local photographer, Carmel Teresa McCabe reveals her top tips for booking a supplier online that you've never met.

"Photographers should never have a problem meeting in person before the big day. I believe it's important that you gel with your chosen supplier, after all, you don't want to share one of the most important days of your life with a stranger.
"Never be afraid to ask questions before committing. Ask if and how long your photographer will provisionally hold your date and if they offer a no-obligation consultation before booking.
"Most importantly read the reviews from past couples to get a better insight into the company."

To see more great advice, turn to page 73 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.carmelteresamccabe.co.uk 

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We asked Yasmin Rose Bridal Couture to send in one of their favourite dresses.

This beauty is called 344 by Zavana Bridal. It's a stunning fitted gown with gorgeous off-the-shoulder straps and intricate lace detailing.

Turn to page 83 of the current issue to find out more.

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Hair stylist, Alaw John reveals his top tips for creating the perfect wedding day look.

"Keep your naturally curly hair. You could wear it up with a statement hair accessory or keep it natural with the addition of a flower crown. It all depends on what makes you feel most comfortable.
"The weather is also something you need to take into consideration when choosing a style. If it rains or is very windy, then it's best to wear it up. There are so many options available, find something you like and book a trial before the big day to ensure you love it."

To find out more about Alaw, visit www.gowerbridalhair.com

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Real wedding couple, Lucinda and Matthew fell in love with their wedding venue.

Lucinda tells us: "We didn't want a traditional wedding reception and wanted somewhere that everyone could stay for the weekend and make a real occasion of it. When we visited Fforest Weddings, we liked how rustic it was and the outdoor space. We loved the idea of not being stuck in the same room all day, and that people could relax by the fire pits or in the pub if they wanted, all while being just a short walk from their accommodation. The venue is proud of their food, and they have every right to be. Everyone commented on our incredible barbecued lamb, it was being cooked outside on the barbecue when we all arrived, and everyone could help themselves."

To see more turn to page 51.

Photographer's credit: www.eveashphotography.co.uk

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To showcase their creative talents, a team of local suppliers came together to create this breathtaking image.

To see more gorgeous images, turn to page 85 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.sian-owen.co.uk

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I love bride Ally's wedding dress.

She said: "I chose a vintage Sassi Holford gown from Pritchard & Moore. It had daffodils on it, which I loved. I changed my dress for the evening reception and accessorised it with a jewellery set that my grandmother had given me for my 18th birthday. Unfortunately, I'd lost the necklace so Northern Star Jewellery worked really hard to recreated it from old photos.”

To see more from her wedding, turn to page 42 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.morganjamesphoto.co.uk

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I love Claire and Paul's love story.

Claire says: "We were introduced by his mum. I met Paul at The Three Brewers in Cardiff. He plucked up the courage to come and talk to me after a few drinks and we spent the rest of the evening talking. Since that first conversation, we've been inseparable. We have a lot in common, including a passion for rugby, an obsession with Love Island and a love for good food.
"He popped the question in the hospital after I had given birth to our daughter. We moved in together within a matter of weeks. Months later, despite previously being told by medical professionals that I was unlikely to be able to have children due to fertility problems, I became pregnant. We were overjoyed to say the least. Charlotte was born on the 4th July, 2018. I didn't think anything of it when Paul said he was going to his mum's house to have a shower and get changed. When he returned, I was still a bit dazed, so you can imagine my surprise when all of a sudden, he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him! I had been so blessed with a beautiful baby girl and I was also going to marry the man of my dreams. It's a day that I will never forget and we celebrated with champagne around my hospital bed.”

To see more turn to page 55.

Photographer's credit: www.laurenameliaphoto.co.uk

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The charming Llanelly House was the setting for this romantic image. We spoke to Rebecca Cook from Garden of Eden and asked what her inspiration was: "A few of us like-minded suppliers wanted to create a set of images inspired by the wintry season. We were lucky enough to be given free rein of Llanelly House, which was the perfect setting for our shoot."

To see more images, turn to page 81 in the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.lucyparkerphotography.co.uk

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Local florist, Rebecca Cook from Garden of Eden reveals her top tips for choosing a bouquet.

"Hand-tied bouquets work well with most dress shapes and foliage is very on-trend and is set to be popular in 2020 and 2021. Add lots to your bouquet to make it look fuller"

To see more, turn to page 63 of the current issue.

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