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

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After a difficult year for the wedding industry, local suppliers came together to create this woodland wedding scene. “We wanted to inspire modern couples to believe in themselves and their vision, to enjoy planning their wedding in their own way, without a care of what others may think,” says wedding planner Lucia Penman from Celebrating Love. “The bridal reveal is such a special moment for couples, so we decided to incorporate it into the shoot followed by Emily and Jake walking down the aisle together. It's modern, authentic, and there is something incredibly soothing about making an entrance with the person you are about to commit your life to. The atmosphere is relaxed, consisting of an outdoor ceremony with fairylights and frames hanging from the trees, vintage accessories, and tall hand-moulded candles, foliage and blush blooms that make this a truly stunning wedding scene.”

Photographer's credit: www.paulplacitelliphotography.com

See the full shoot in our June/July issue - available to download for free now.

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Since the pandemic started, we've seen a change in styles, trends and colour schemes. To help get an idea of what future weddings may look like, we asked Annabel Grange from Butterflies and Bows for her top tips.

"When restrictions were in place, brides were asking for small bouquets, but now things are getting back to normal we're seeing more voluptuous versions," says Annabel. "The trending style is still a more natural look using seasonal flowers. I like to include larger blousy blooms such as peonies, roses, dahlias or hydrangeas along with smaller delicate versions, often with a lovely scent like lisianthus, freesias, astilbes and gypsophila. I usually add pale green eucalyptus instead of strong green leaves as it gives a softer look."

To find out more about Butterflies and Bows, visit www.butterfliesandbows.co.uk

See more stunning flowers in our June/July issue - available to download for free now.

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Launched in July 2020, The Little Pasta Company is a small meal kit delivery service founded by husband-and-wife team Daniel and Anouska. Last summer, Daniel took the opportunity to create a business focusing on his lifetime love of Italian food. Now, The Little Pasta Company is providing homes all over the country with fresh handmade pasta meal kits from their Surrey kitchen.

Since launching, they have seen fantastic growth and have already been reviewed and featured in several publications.

Fast forward to 2021, they continue to grow and are delighted to introduce their new mint green Citroen H van, which will be used to offer a private hire service for weddings, parties and events. Offering fresh pasta dishes and antipasti to enjoy, served straight from the food truck.

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

Read more news in our June/July issue - available to download for free now.

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Charlotte and Ben first laid eyes on each other at sixth form in 2009. “We met properly when volunteering with Handicapped Children's Pilgrimage Trust on a trip to Lourdes,” says Charlotte. “We went from only having said a few words to each other to a couple during our week trip to France.”

“Ben attends the Holy Angels Church, so we didn't consider anywhere else for our ceremony,” explains Charlotte. “We used the small room at the side to provide tea, coffee and home-baked cakes before the service for all our friends and family as many had travelled from Norfolk and Suffolk. For our reception, we looked at a few options, but Weybourne House won hands down! It's a hidden gem with some beautiful spaces both inside and out, and of course, it's right beside the River Wey. They took care of all the food, and it was delicious! We had a huge cheese board in the evening, which we had great feedback on, although I never got to eat any as I was too busy dancing!”

Photographer's credit: www.cjmann.com

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

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Hair and make-up artist Lucia Penman tells us more about her company.

Q – Tell us about your company.
Lucia Penman Hair & Make-up is a wedding service specialising in bridal make-up and hairstyling for relaxed, natural and boho-modern brides.

Q – What services do you offer couples?
I offer hair and make-up for the bride and bridal party. An important part of my job is listening to my clients to find out what look they want to achieve and delivering exactly that.

Q – How long before the wedding should couples book?
Considering the year we've just had, I suggest reaching out as soon as you've booked your venue as hair and make-up artists are getting booked quite fast.

To find out more about Lucia, visit www.luciapenman.co.uk

Photographer's credit: www.paulplacitelliphotography.com

Read the full Looking Your Best feature in our June/July issue - available to download for free now.

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Make-up artist Amy Lacey tells us what to expect at your make-up trial.

"Firstly, I always ask my brides what does your make-up look like every day? I want to know what you look like at work, day-to-day and what you envision for your wedding. You should look like the very best version of yourself, not someone entirely different.

"Make sure you have some looks and pictures to show the style you want. We can discuss your skincare routine, skin concerns or problems you may suffer with, such as redness or shine. We can also talk about whether or not you want to avoid false lashes. It'll be a fun and exciting experience, so above all, just enjoy it!"

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

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

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Mariam and Ahmed met in Doha, Qatar, through mutual friends. “I thought we'd end up being friends when we first met, but Ahmed continued to pursue me in romantic ways,” says Mariam. “He would spontaneously take me to the beach where we would have food and talk until the late hours of the night. I was drawn to his strong character, persevering nature and gorgeous beard!”

“We knew when we got into a relationship that it was either going to lead to marriage or nothing at all, as I guess that's just how we do it as Muslims, so there wasn't much of a surprise when he proposed,” shares the bride. “He said it was time for us to take our relationship to the next level, and I agreed, so that weekend we looked for a diamond to set in a custom made ring and told our parents via video chat.”

Photographer's credit: www.trilionproductions.com

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

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Cake specialist, Jeannette Lawrence tells us her top tips for picking summer flavours.

"My recommendation for a summer wedding would be to keep it light and fresh. The classic vanilla sponge with seedless raspberry jam and vanilla bean buttercream is always very popular. Alternatively, you could switch up the fillings with a mango and passionfruit coulis and buttercream. Peach conserve and melba buttercream is also very delicate.

"Zesty lemon sponge layered with lemon curd and buttercream is always a hit, or you could add a twist with lemon and elderflower buttercream paired with blueberry conserve. For the chocoholics, a chocolate sponge layered with black cherry conserves and buttercream or salted caramel would be perfect."

To find out more about Jeannette, visit www.jeannettesgreatcakes.co.uk

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

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Katie and Frank felt an instant connection and a few years later tied the knot at Great Fosters. "We had booked a weekend away at Great Fosters to escape the city during the summer," says Katie. "We fell in love with the charming Tudor estate and beautiful gardens. We knew from the get-go that we wanted to get married outside and the property ticked all of our boxes."

Photographer's credit: www.chebirchhayesphotography.com

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

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When this shoot first landed in our inbox, we just knew our lovely readers would adore it. To find out more, we spoke to stylist, Lucy Wells: “Hair and make-up artist, Lucia Penman, reached out to local wedding suppliers in a bid to find an opportunity to get creative during this difficult time. She wanted to create a boho, country-style theme, and despite some postponements along the way the vision was brought to life with design and styling from the team. Using the beautiful interior surroundings of Bury Court, we wanted to create a feeling of relaxed elegance with a warm and intimate feel. Using Pantone's colour of the year, rust, as initial inspiration we incorporated touches of copper alongside delicate floral arrangements and vintage furniture.”

Photographer's credit: www.paulplacitelliphotography.com

See the full shoot in our April/May issue - available to download for free now.

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