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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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Here at Your South Wales Wedding, we love the oh-so-popular boho-theme, so when this shoot landed in our inbox, we couldn't wait to feature it.

Local photographer, Laura Jones told us how it came to be: “We chose Pencoed House Estate as the backdrop because it has a stunning outdoor space that's perfect for photographs. The dresses were supplied by Yasmin Rose Bridal, and the lovely suit was from Slater Menswear. Trevor Dennis Aesthetics and Haus of Dolls styled our models' hair and make-up and created a warm and natural look.”

To see more, turn to page 87 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: Laura Jones Photography

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I love Sophie and Pete's love story.

Sophie says: "It was love at first sight. We met at a manager's meeting. Later that evening everyone in the office went out for drinks and Pete and I started chatting. Before we knew it, everyone had left, and we were still deep in conversation. Two months later, we were living together and had never been happier. Pete popped the question during a trip to Paris. I told him we were going to Devon for the weekend for his birthday to try and mislead him. Little did I know Pete had a surprise of his own. On the Saturday evening after a beautiful dinner, he took me to the Pont des Arts and got down on one knee some distance away. As he proceeded to get closer, he pretended to trip over the curb and throw the ring into the Seine. I watched in horror only to find out that it was wasn't the real ring!”

To see more turn to page 35.

Photographer's credit: www.tomcurnophotography.com

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I'm obsessed with smoke bombs; they look amazing and brighten up any photo. This beauty is taken from the regional shoot on page 83 of the current issue.

Local photographer Carmel McCabe tells us “Our goal was to create dreamy, colourful images influenced strongly by the coast. Both dresses were supplied by Jasmine-Rose Bridal and the flower crowns and bouquets were from Jan Lima Flowers. Our lovely model, Miriam Collett, was the perfect lady to rock the look that make-up artist Amy Louise Nash MUA created.”

Photographer's credit: Carmel McCabe Photography

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To celebrate our 70th issue we've put together a platinum-themed feature on page 113 of the current issue.

The co-founder and director of Baroque Boutique, Coryn Emma, tells us: "Style ISL878 from Ian Stuart is perfect for a platinum theme. Look for an out t with a metallic finish, this will reflect the light onto your face and lift your complexion.” 

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This 18ct rose gold and diamond bracelet is from Diamond Centre Wales. See more of their stunning jewellery in our jewellery and accessories feature on page 59 of the current issue.

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We spoke to Emma Hall from Emma Hall Designs and asked for her top tips on styling a country house.

She said: "Country houses have beautiful features such as fireplaces and chandeliers. Your decor should complement the venue's styling and not overpower it."

To see more turn to page 63.

Photographer's credit: Xpect Photography.

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I adore this seating plan from Pretty Pops Designs.

The creator Zoe Mitchell, says: "I wanted to create a traditional yet slightly modern floral arrangement."

To see more turn to page 71.

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I love Jessica and Kristian's love story.

Jessica says: "Kris was casually strolling past and decided to introduce himself. We spent the rest of the night chatting and eventually swapped numbers. We saw each other a few times throughout the trip and had a couple of dates once we returned to the UK. Despite the fact that we got on well, the timing wasn't right, and we parted ways. Two years later, Kris plucked up the courage to call me, and the rest is history. Kristian popped the question on Christmas Eve in 2017. It was a massive shock. We had just packed up the car before setting off on a three-hour drive to Bath to spend Christmas with my family. As I was walking down the stairs, Kris asked if I liked the new bow he had put on our dog's collar. As I edged closer, I saw a small tag attached that said 'Will you marry my daddy?' Once the clogs started turning, I slowly figured out what was happening. By this point, Kris had got down on one knee and was holding a Clogau engagement ring.”

To see more turn to page 55.

Photographer's credit: www.wearewecreate.com

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Lisa and Andrew decided to have a fairytale-themed celebration.

Lisa tells us: "For our centrepieces, we opted for a Beauty and the Beast theme. We purchased rose globes that lit up and had candelabra decorated with figurines from the film."

To see more turn to page 49.

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

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Danielle and Sarah decide to go against tradition and had three different wedding venues.

Danielle says: "We were planning to have our ceremony at a register office, but when we visited West Usk Lighthouse on a whim, we fell in love. The setting was so beautiful, and it felt small and intimate. For the wedding breakfast, we booked our favourite pub, The Bell Inn. It's a dog-friendly property, and the food there is amazing. The pub pulled out all the stops for us, and we now consider the staff good friends. I liked the idea of having our evening celebration at Portland House, having been to various functions there over the years. When Sarah saw it, she fell in love, and they even allowed us to bring our best man: our dog!”

To see more turn to page 42.

Photographer's credit: www.nickallsopweddingphotography.com

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