Welcome to a new week, month and even season (not to mention school year). We’re sad to wave goodbye to yet another summer filled with sunshine and weddings, but we’re also excited for all the couples who got engaged over the past few months. Like exuberant children heading back to school this week, we can’t wait to share with you our latest issue of WestWeddings magazine – find all the latest news, planning tips and the best local suppliers. Here are our top reasons why you should get your hands on a copy of the magazine. Today.
- See our country romance editorial at the picturesque setting of Old Manor Hotel, featuring the gorgeous models Stacey Jade and David Hill-Souch (including a cute dog), and photographed by the talented Martin Dabek. You’ll also discover all the details featured and the team of experts behind the photos, including the wonderful wedding stylist Kirsten Butler.
- Get reception inspiration for all those finishing touches in an array of shades and colours – pink, red, green and gold. And if you happened to miss our behind the scenes post from last year’s autumn issue, you can revisit it here.
- It’s free! As always, West Weddings magazine is free of charge, and this issue comes with 2 complimentary tickets to this season’s Wedding World events, in association with West Weddings. Find out everything about the September and November dates in our previous blogs.
- We have 5 real weddings from the South West, where the happily married couples share all the special details from their big days – enjoy!
- Keep up to date with the wedding industry news and find out where the wedding fairs are taking place this season. Don’t miss our Gown Inspiration pages featuring the latest bridal trends and styles!
- Find out everything there is to know about how to choose your wedding photographer and the best tips on getting perfect snapshots of your big day.
Don’t forget that you can also read West Weddings magazine directly on our website. If you’d prefer to have your own copy, check out our list of stockists across the South West. We’d love to hear your thoughts, answer any questions, so come over to our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter – we always love a chat!