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Competition

Win a luxury hen do worth up to £3,950

Spotlight on Swansea and around

Discover some of the best venues in the area

A place to rest your head

Wedding venues with accommodation

Dance the night away

Music and entertainment options

Pick of the bunch

Looking for the perfect flowers for your big day? Take our test to see which arrangements best suit you

Autumn glow

Fall in love with these stunning images taken at Lanelay Hall Hotel & Spa

Searching for the one

The latest wedding dresses

The one for me

Christina and James' romance quickly blossomed, and they celebrated their love with an intimate wedding at The Coal Exchange

Rustic romance

Leena and Neil had a laid back celebration in the Brecon Beacons

Pretty in pink

After having to postpone their nuptials, Sara and Ibrahim had a beautiful celebration at Gileston Manor Estate

Back to nature

Cosy cabins, lush lodges and quirky shepherds huts are our top picks this issue

Retreat to the city

Hannah Faulder visits The Marylebone, and finds out that it offers the best of both worlds for a minimoon in the capital