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Katie and Terry met at work. “I had just come back from travelling and applied for a temporary role in Sutton,” says Katie. “Terry was the manager recruiting for the role and at the interview, he offered me the job there and then! Although the role was meant to be temporary, I was fortunate enough to become a permanent member of the team. Terry and I got to know each other and realised how similar we are. As time went on, we got closer, and after a couple of years of working together we were both invited to a colleague's wedding. We got on so well and had such a fantastic time that everyone naturally assumed we were a couple rather than work colleagues! Following the wedding, we carried on chatting outside of work hours, and eventually Terry asked me if I wanted to spend the afternoon with him in Burgess Hill and go for a nice country walk. This was the first date of many, and our relationship blossomed from there.”

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Emma McGrotty from The Bow-Wow Co. tells us how you can incorporate your beloved pet into your day.

"Dogs are part of the family and play a huge part in our lives, so, understandably, in recent years, it has become increasingly popular for couples to have their dogs at their weddings. However, logistically it's not always as straightforward to organise because everyone who would normally care for the dog would be preoccupied either getting ready for the big day or attending the wedding.

"Look for a dog chaperone service. Your dog can play as big or as small a part in your special day as you feel appropriate; whether that be meeting and greeting guests as they arrive, featuring in the pre or post-wedding photographs, walking down the aisle with the bridesmaids and pageboys or even being the ring bearer. There are many ideas, but you should find a trustworthy company so you can rest assured that your dog is taken care of so you and your guests can focus on having a fabulous time!"

To find out more, visit www.facebook.com/thebowwowco.weddingdaydogs

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Lisa and Nick met online. “After talking via messenger for a few weeks, we decided to meet in person and hit it off right away,” says Lisa. “We discovered that we have a mutual love for music and similar interests. Our first date was in Wimbledon, and it went so well that we arranged to meet again that evening.”

Nick proposed on Christmas morning. “He called me into the living room and got down on one knee in front of the Christmas tree,” shares the bride. “It was totally unexpected, and I was so surprised that it took me a while to register what was happening and answer him. I later found out that he had spoken to my mum and let our daughters in on, and they were there on Christmas morning to witness it.”

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This styled shoot shows this couple's international love story that started years ago and culminated at Wotton House in Dorking. “Bella and Hugo became pen pals through their schools,” says photographer Eleanor Stenner. “Bella grew up in California and Hugo, a little village on the outskirts of London. At age 15, they met in person on a high school exchange trip, and their relationship blossomed. They lost contact for a few years after that, until Hugo, now age 27, hunted Bella down. He hadn't been able to stop thinking about her and the bond they had developed during that time together. When they finally met again, even after all those years, the love had not gone away. Bella made the leap and moved to England to be with Hugo and Hugo proposed with his grandmother's ring soon after. Their wedding was an intimate destination affair with just their nearest and dearest from both sides of the Atlantic in the English countryside."

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Denise Winter from Denise Winter Photography showcases one of her favourite imags from 2021. “A gap just before speeches allowed us to head off to the waterside edge to catch the last of the light on this un-seasonally warm October wedding at Christchurch Harbour Hotel & Spa.”

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Fuchsia's Vintage Bridal Wear in Woking is a new business offering beautiful and elegant designs that are sustainable and kind to the planet. The owner, Forouzan Fard, tells us more: “I started this business because I wanted to do something constructive. How we treat our planet is important to me, and I love fashion, so I decided to combine my passion and love to create something that my children can be proud of, and so the idea of revamping pre-loved wedding dresses was born. To me, all the work that goes into making a wedding dress always seemed such a waste to be used once and then stored away, sometimes never to be seen for years! I'm always on the search for a dress that needs some magic added back into it, and I just love seeing the transformation of an almost new gown without a carbon footprint. Please do come and visit us in our studio, a Grade I listed building in the heart of Surrey, which will launch on 2nd April, 2022.”

Visit www.fuchsiasvintagebridalwear.co.uk for more information.

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Holly and Frankie first laid eyes on each other at university. “We met on our first night and have been inseparable ever since,” says Holly. “I proposed in April 2020. It was during the first lockdown when we were living at Frankie's mums. I set up a cinema room in the dining room, complete with fairylights and her favourite snacks. After we had watched a movie together, I gave her a photo album of all our memories together. As Frankie neared the end of the album, I started unwrapping another present underneath the blanket. The final page said: 'will you marry me?'. Frankie, of course, said 'yes'. I proposed with her late grandmother's ring, which Frankie's mum had given me.”

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Meet Emma Brewer from First Dance Studios: "I'm an award-winning choreographer based in Woking, Surrey. Twenty years ago, I found that many couples were floundering with how to look good on the dancefloor for their first dance. I started to teach couples and realised how much they enjoyed learning to dance and how much fun it was for them as well as for myself and my team. From teaching basic steps to full-on flash-mob-style routines, every couple has different needs for their big day. We love it so much that in many cases we end up being at the wedding itself."

To find out more about First Dance Studios, visit www.firstdancestudios.co.uk

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Wedding dress expert, Julie Aitken tells us what dress designers and styles are popular for spring weddings.

"Here at Wedding Frox, we love a spring wedding. It conjures up thoughts of new greenery, pops of colour, longer days and warmer weather. Your dress will depend on your individual style, but some amazing and diverse designers I would recommend you take a peek at are: Stella York, Madi Lane and Justin Alexander.

"Consider something off- the-shoulder, sleek and fitted to show your shape or slightly boho with lace detailing.

"Wearing a style with a soft drape down the top of the arm will add a lovely frame and softness to your neck and shoulders without making it feel too open."

To find out more about Julie, visit www.weddingfrox.co.uk

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Meg and Em met at a social event. “We started talking straight away and haven't stopped since,” says Meg. “We're each other's best friend and home. I love the sea, so Em decided to propose on a beach in Charlestown. We had our wedding rings made out of the surrounding coastline.

"When we saw the vineyard and surrounding area of Denbies Wine Estate, it looked so beautiful. We could also have our ceremony outside, which was very important to us. The conservatory restaurant where we had our wedding breakfast was stunning and full of so much natural light."

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