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Daisy Chain Florist in Shepperton
Hartsfield Manor
Flowers by Elaine
Amy Lacey

Editor loves and inspiration

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

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I love bride Circe's wedding dress.

She said: "I visited around 10 different bridal boutiques before I decided on a gown. I emailed Rosie at Miss Bush before my appointment and told her exactly what I wanted. When I arrived, she suggested I try on Noah by Sottero and Midgley and I instantly fell in love."

To see more from her wedding, turn to page 55 of the current issue.

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

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For Charlotte and Mackenzie choosing their venue was an easy decision.

Charlotte said: “I've always loved history and had visited Hampton Court Palace a few years previously. At the time, I'd called my father and told him I'd found my dream wedding venue. After we got engaged, he remembered how much I loved the property and did some research and found they hosted weddings. It was the only place we visited, and we knew it was perfect straight away. The staff were incredible, and we can't thank Jen and her team enough.”

To see more turn to page 48 of the current issue.

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

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I love Sarah and James' love story.

Sarah says: "We met while working at their local supermarket. We were both 18 years old and fell madly in love in the tins aisle. For our first date, we went to the cinema and have been together ever since. James popped the question during a skiing holiday. We'd gone away with some of our friends and one afternoon, James and I went to see a glacier and the next thing I knew, he was down on one knee! It was a complete surprise, and it was great being able to celebrate with everyone.”

To see more turn to page 43.

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

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Here at Your Surrey Wedding, we love seeing local suppliers working together to create showstopping images. Douglas McNeil, the events manager at Guildford Manor told us how this image came to be: “Guildford Manor is a family-run wedding venue set within nine acres of beautiful countryside in the South Downs. The hotel recently underwent a refurbishment and now boasts more than 50 comfortable rooms, a gym, a swimming pool, a spa and much more. We organised the shoot to capture extraordinary shots of the property and to highlight local suppliers' work. From hair and make-up to venue styling, the team had everything covered. Our resident peacock, Percy, also got in on the fun with a gracious cameo in front of the camera. It was a great day and we're really pleased with how the photos turned out.”

To see more images, turn to page 103 in the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.ferlapaolo.com

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I love this adorable photograph from Colin D Miller Photography.

To see more, turn to page 63 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.cdmiller.photography

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The Barn at Botley Hill is a new venue based in Titsey Hill. The rustic barn has been crafted using the finest materials and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed steel beams and aged terracotta tiles.

There are plenty of places for guests to explore, including the Botley Hill Farmhouse and on-site shepherds' huts. Now fully completed, the venue is available for weddings, with a variety of spaces for couples to choose from.

To find out more, turn to page 9 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.hayleybray.com

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Local florist, Annabel Grange from Butterflies and Bows reveals how you can incorporate flowers into your venue decor.

"Pedestal arrangements can be used during your ceremony and moved to the reception area. Flower garlands have different textures and can be positioned over mantlepieces, around columns, draped on staircases and even placed along the front of the top table. Free-standing arches, rings and stands are on-trend. These can transform a dark corner or embellish a cake table. Look for large blooms such as hydrangeas and bubbling gypsophila for your centrepieces. A single flower head can be added to your chair sashes. Use silk ones to ensure they don't fade over the course of the day. Don't forget about outside spaces. Transform them by adding jugs of large blooms such as gladiolus."

To see more great advice, turn to page 77 of the current issue.

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I love these gorgeous 1930s inspired mint green dresses. The design is ideal for both adult and teen bridesmaids.

It comes from Felicity Westmacott. Turn to page 71 of the current issue to see more of her fabulous work.

Photographer's credit: www.debsalexander.com

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Make-up artist, Amy Lacy reveals her top tips for making your make-up last all day.

"A good base is key to ensuring your look lasts all day. Cleanse, moisturise and prime your skin every morning to ensure it's nice and smooth. Primers are essential. Not only do they seal in your skincare, but also create a barrier for prolonged wear. Remember less is more. Purchase a beauty blender, and lightly dampen and squeeze out any excess water. Use a HD powder to set your make-up. Keep a compact with you to touch up your T-zone during the day – especially if you're prone to shiny areas. Opt for a waterproof mascara and kohl eyeliner pencil to ensure it doesn't smudge. Finally, use a setting spray. It seals all your work and is quite refreshing."

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

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Real wedding couple, Abbie and Jake wanted to keep their guests entertained throughout the day.

Abbie tells us: "We hired André SaxMan Brown to keep our friends and family entertained during the meal. He was absolutely amazing and played some golden oldies. In the evening, he teamed up with Eddie from Groove Time to perform more current hits."

To see more turn to page 55.

Photographer's credit: www.katenielen.com

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