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Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis on local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers in Surrey.

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Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa in Haslemere is hosting a wedding showcase on 27th February, 2022. The 16th-century Tudor house will have a variety of supplies exhibiting from across Surrey. You will be able to get a first-hand taste of all the wedding spaces and meet the dedicated team who will help you plan your perfect day. There will be food and wine tastings, and the first 50 entrants will receive a goody bag.

The show is taking place between 11am and 4pm.

This award-winning property is a hidden gem resting on the borders of Surrey, Hampshire and West Sussex that perfectly combines old-world charm with modern elegance to create an idyllic setting to tie the knot.

Head over to www.lythehill.co.uk for more information.

Read more news in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

Emily and Matt met at university. “The first time we spoke was in the library,” says Emily. “We were introduced by mutual friends and chatted a little. When I got home, he sent me a Facebook message telling me he thought I was really beautiful. Turns out, he didn't think I'd respond, but we started dating and have been together ever since.”

Matt proposed to Emily in August 2019. “Matt had wanted to propose the year before when we were travelling, but the timing just wasn't right,” shares the bride. “My friend and I were out with our horses in the Surrey countryside when Matt walked onto the track and led me over to a picnic rug and popped the question. Although we had been talking about getting engaged, it was a huge surprise.”

Read the full real wedding in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

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We interviewed Annabel Grange from Butterflies & Bows.

"I started at night school while I was working in electronics. I'd always loved my garden and saw a course being advertised, so I thought why not? The electronics company I was working for was taken over a couple of years later, so I decided to go full time and start up my own flowers company. I have an excellent background in advertising, accounts, purchasing and sales, which is essential when owning a business.

"I meet my couples for a one-on-one consultation and go through every detail of their day, especially colours using my hug portfolio, which gives the bride and groom a feel of what the finished product will look like. I provide a personal service, and unlike some other shops, I only do one or two weddings per day. I also deliver and set up, and collect any loaned items the next day, so you don't have to worry. In addition, if you change your colour scheme or choice of vases/décor, I'm happy to adjust your booking to meet your requirements. I try to be as flexible as possible."

To find out more, visit www.butterfliesandbows.co.uk

Read the full Flowers feature in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

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Hair and make-up artist Amy Lacey tells us her top tips for repairing damaged skin. "Skin gets dry in the winter because it's more likely to lose moisture in the cold air. The environment zaps moisture from the skin, leaving it flaky, sensitive and it can be tight and itchy as well.

"The elements interfere with the skin's tolerance and upset its hydrophilic film. Reinforce its natural deferences by visiting a skincare clinic for facials to replenish moisture, vitamins and antioxidants.

"A good home remedy would be a nourishing sheet mask once a week in between any facials. Invest in a rich night oil to use under your face creams. My all- time favourite is Clarins Blue Orchid Face Treatment Oil. It sinks in beautifully, smells heavingly and doesn't leave any oily residue."

To find out more about Amy, visit www.amylacey.co.uk

Read the full feature in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

Holly and Toby met at university. “We went to a bonfire parade with mutual friends,” says Holly. “We ended up spending the evening together when we lost the rest of our group. We dated through university and got engaged during a weekend with my family. It took until Sunday evening for Toby to get round to popping the question; not because he was worried about the answer, but because he was nervous of asking my dad! Fortunately, we both said yes. Toby proposed with a Haribo ring, and we went to a jeweller a few weeks later to get the real one. The best bit was phoning our friends and family to tell them the news.”

The happy couple tied the knot in 2020 in Bradford. “It was a truly special day celebrating the union of two families,” shares the bride. “The only people who could attend due to COVID-19 restrictions were the registrar and Toby's brother. We had a church service then a picnic in the park allowing social bubbles to come and take away a slice of cake. Although, not at all what we'd planned, it allowed us to spend time together on our wedding day, and we would recommend a micro-wedding to everyone. However, we did want to celebrate properly with our friends, so we had our big wedding celebration this year.”

Read the full wedding in our December/January issue - available to download for free now.

Helen Noble tells us how a celebrant can improve your big day.

"The ceremony is the heart of the day, and a celebrant will set the vibe, tone and energy for the rest of your nuptials. A celebrant-led ceremony allows you to make it personalised, heartfelt, silly or fun. We bring your vision to life. We can weave your words and songs into a tailormade one-of-a-kind service. There are no rules, regulations or limits to what you can and can't include.

"Your supplier will explore what you're about as a couple. What your hopes and aspirations are, so you can begin married life feeling happy and excited about your future."

To find out more about Helen, visit www.helen-noble.co.uk

Read more top tips in our October/November issue - available to download for free now.

Lauren and Luke tied the knot on their 15th anniversary at Lythe Hill Hotel. "We had visited many venues, and nothing felt right, but as soon as we arrived at Lythe Hill Hotel for a wedding fair, we fell in love," says Lauren. "The main Tudor building is stunning and having lunch on their patio overlooking beautiful views of their gazebo was perfect. All of the staff were so lovely, and we just knew it was the right location for us."

Read the full real wedding in our October/November issue - available to download for free now.

Brooklands Hotel is a contemporary and design-led wedding venue located on the site of the iconic race track. The four-star property has a 1920s Art Deco-inspired interior with 131 bedrooms and suites for guests to choose from. Each bedroom is full of natural light, and many benefit from panoramic views over the neighbouring Mercedes-Benz World race track. The hotel is also home to a bar and grill, spa and fitness facilities and 1907, a two AA Rosette winning restaurant.

To find out more about Brooklands Hotel, visit www.brooklandshotelsurrey.com

Read more about local venues in our October/November issue - available to download for free now.

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Mother-of-the-bride/groom dress, 991626 by Veni Infantino is a classic dress paired with a fun fur cape for dramatic effect. It's available from Serendipity Fashions.

To find out more about Serendipity Fashions, visit www.serendipityfashions.co.uk

To see more from our Dressing the Bridal Party feature check out our October/November issue - available to download for free now.

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Cocoa Island, a chocolate shop based in Dorking, has relaunched its wedding services during the pandemic. “We originally started by making bespoke wedding favours for our couples which have been popular since day one of our chocolatier's inception,” says the owner Natasha Cocoa. “Then speaking to couples who were needing to postpone their weddings or move them, with budgets becoming tighter as lifestyles were changing, we looked to create something unique, and so our chocolate truffle tower was born.

Our seven tiers of handmade chocolate truffles can be topped with a wedding cake, combining the traditional bake with favours for the guests. We're also able to provide personalised truffle boxes, which allows guests to take some away with them as a memory of the day and saves a lot of wasted wedding cake!”

Check out www.cocoaisland.co.uk for more information.

Read more news in our October/November issue - available to download for free now.

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