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Real couple, Stacy and Matt adored their wedding venue.

Stacy tells us: "We were searching for a unique venue with a warm, traditional feel. The two spaces across Ironbridge Gorge Museums were perfect and allowed us to incorporate pieces of our personalities. The catering team at Ironbridge Gorge Museums were amazing. They offered a fantastic menu which we tweaked to suit our tastes. We chose fish and chips for the wedding breakfast and pizza in the evening."

Photographer's credit: www.roseandrainbowphotography.com

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Here at Your West Midlands Wedding, we love bright and bold images, so when we saw this gorgeous shoot, we immediately fell in love. We spoke to the photographer, Nicola Gough, to find out more: “Couples are choosing to embrace brighter colours on their special day, so we decided to showcase how these vibrant shades would work within a classical and elegant venue like The Lion Hotel. These images go to show that even with a traditional venue, you can incorporate a sense of fun and playfulness into your wedding.”

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

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Real bride, Charley fell in love with her wedding dress.

Charley tells us: "I wore an Essense of Australia dress from Perfections Bridal Studio in Worcester. I accessorised with blue heels and a hairpiece I found online. I also wore my mum's wedding earrings as my something borrowed. I didn't wear any other jewellery as I loved my dress so much that I didn't want to take anything away from it.”

Photographer's credit: www.anthonyhallweddingphotography.com

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Photographer Meg Quick joined forces with Jo Taylor of Bridal Reloved Coventry – and a host of other talented local suppliers to bring you this shoot from the gorgeous Weston Hall Hotel. With a fresh blush and sage green colour scheme, this crack-team of local wedding suppliers showcased this spring theme wedding in honour of the new Middlemarch Suite at Weston Hall Hotel.

To view more of this lovely lovely collaboration, download the June/July issue of Your West Midlands Wedding for FREE now: www.yourwestmidlands.wedding/free-download

Suppliers involved in this shoot
Venue, Best Western Weston Hall Hotel, www.bw-westonhallhotel.co.uk | Photography, Meg Quick www.mquickphotography.portfoliobox.net | Dresses and accessories, Bridal Reloved Coventry, www.bridalreloved.co.uk | Hair, Amy Carter Hair & Make Up, www.facebook.com/amycarterhairandmakeup | Make-up, Louise A'Ness Make Up Artist, www.louiseanessmakeupartist.co.uk | Cake, Kerry Tucker Cake Design, www.kerrytuckercakedesign.co.uk | Flowers, Lilac & Wild, www.lilacwild.com | Transport, Coventry Wedding Cars, www.coventryweddingcars.com | Venue stylist, Little Wedding Treasures,
www.littleweddingtreasures.co.uk | Favours, The Biscuit Tin, www.facebook.com/thebiscuittin1/

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This relaxed and elegant shoot was inspired by the natural beauty and gently rolling countryside surrounding intimate wedding venue Manor Hill House in Worcestershire.

With statement florals continuing to be a huge focus in wedding styling for 2020 and beyond, stylist Louise (The Brand Studio) and florist Amy (Bo Boutique) wanted to show a softer, more romantic take on floral installations. They took the lead from the wild informality of country gardens and English meadows, creating a relaxed floral archway for the ceremony pavilion using branches of birch and trailing amaranth, bundles of rosehip and pink snowberries, with dahlia and roses adding colour and wispy grasses providing texture. These delicate meadow-like florals were also used on the tablescape, bringing the outdoors into the light-filled marquee where rustic tables and benches add to the informal atmosphere.

To view more of this gorgeous locally inspired shoot, download the June/July issue of Your West Midlands Wedding magazine for FREE now: www.yourwestmidlands.wedding/free-download


Suppliers involved in this shoot
Venue and catering, Manor Hill House, www.manorhillhouse.co.uk | Dresses, Hagley Bridal, www.hagleybridalstudio.com, Stelfox Bride, www.stelfoxbride.com | Hair and make-up, Makeup by Ruth, www.makeupbyruth.com | Suits, Harvey's Formal Hire, www.harveysformalhire.co.uk | Cake, Farmhouse Cakes, www.farmhouse-cakes.com | Stationery, White Olive Design Studio, www.whiteolivedesigns.co.uk | Bridesmaid's dress, Dessy, www.dessy.co.uk | Linens, silk ribbons, Kate Cullen, www.katecullen.co.uk | Photographer, The Brand Studio, www.thebrandstudio.co | Accessories, Luella's Bridal, www.luellas.co.uk | Flowers, Bo Boutique, www.boboutique.co.uk

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“Bringing together a hugely creative group of talented individuals, this same sex bridal shoot was all about fun vibes, clashing tones, opulence, and just a smidge of added whimsy,” shares the team behind Twigs Branch Photography Paul and Suzie. “We knew from the outset we wanted to create something that would stand out against the beautifully quirky and chic interior at Garthmyl, whilst also showcasing our team of local wedding suppliers.
“With tropical opulence, aka 'tropulence' looking to be one of the biggest wedding trends for 2020, we wanted to put our own spin on this striking style"

To see more gorgeous imagery from this local collaboration download the June/July issue of Your West Midlands Wedding for FREE now!
www.yourwestmidlands.wedding/free-download

Suppliers involved in this shoot:
Venue, Garthmyl Hall, www.garthmylhall.co.uk | Photography, Twigs Branch Photography, www.twigsbranchphotography.com | Flowers/decor/theme/styling, Ginger Moon Wedding and Event Hire, www.facebook.com/gingermoonhire, Ginger Lily florist, 
www.gingerlilyflorist.com | Dresses, My Little Wedding Shop, www.mylittleweddingshop.co.uk | Accessories, Adorn by Ashley, www.adornbyashley.co.uk | Make-up, SJM Beauty, www.sjmbeauty.com | Hair, Louise Price Hair Designs, www.louisepricehair.co.uk | Cake, Hunkington House Kitchen, www.hunkingtonhousekitchen.co.uk | Stationery, Evelyn & Elliot, www.evelynandelliot.co.uk | Confetti, Shropshire Petals, www.shropshirepetals.com | Models, Flavia Fazenda www.greymodelagency.com, Chelsea Marie, www.valkyriemodels.co.uk

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Emily and Kerry's big day was simple, sophisticated and the styling was gorgeous!
Knowing instantly that Shustoke Barns was for them the minute they arrived, they were in awe of the magnificent exposed brick work, church-like high ceilings and arched doorways, “It really gives that wow-factor on arrival,” says Emily. “The venue only needed a few simple flowers and candles to lift it which suited our simplistic taste. The courtyard which we used for canapés and reception drinks is reminiscent of a rustic Italian vineyard with beautiful olive trees and seating areas.”
For the little touches, Emily and Kerry opted for personalised fortune cookies favours as a nod to Emily's Asian heritage; the table plan was gin-themed, from Emmy Designs who also hand-drew out table name displays of gin bottles, which was also in the design of the centrepieces which were gin bottles from a local gin bar in Birmingham (40 St Pauls), arranged on a log slice surrounded by tealight candles boasting flowers. “We wanted the flowers to be more green and leafy than colourful,” says Kerry. “The little berries and lavender added a small touch of natural colour.”
Images courtesy of Rose & Rainbow Photography

To ready more about Emil and Kerry's big day, download the June/July issue of Your West Midlands Wedding for FREE now www.yourwestmidlands.wedding/free-download

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Robyn and Garnaud's big day was full of love, laughter, and dance moves!
The moment they walked into The Boat House they both absolutely fell in love with the venue and thought it definitely had the wow factor they were looking for. “We loved how bright the room was with large windows letting in lots of natural light and looking out onto the beautiful surroundings of the marina,” shares Robyn. “The lights that hung from the ceiling, the open-plan blank-canvas space, and we could have the day all in one place were all what sold it to us!”
For the finer details of the day Robyn and Garnaud opted for the following finishing touches; guests were treated to Lindt Lindor truffles favours, there was a 6ft silver mirror acting as a table plan and place names were writing on silver glitter tents, diamanté hurricane vases were the vessels used for the centrepieces while the reception room was decorated in a mass of flowers.
Images courtesy of Emma Wilkinson Photography

To read more about the rest of the day, download the June/July issue of Your West Midlands Wedding magazine for FREE now

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Passionate cyclists Rachel Vann and Robert Nicholls met through their local cycling club, and while on, of course, a cycling holiday in the Pyrenees, South of France in September 2018 Robert took this opportunity to pop the question.
Their love of cycling was reflected throughout the day including: a post bike (for cards), a rickshaw (the photo booth), bike biscuits (the favours) and miniature bikes (the place name holders) and all of the table names were of the mountain passes from where they got engaged in the Pyrenees.
“The autumnal colours were stunning and the grounds of Malvern College looked especially amazing at this time of year, together with the backdrop of the Malvern Hills, we couldn't ask for a more special place for our wedding day,” adds Rachel.
Images courtesy of www.dearestlove.co.uk

To read more about their big day, download the June/July issue of Your West Midlands Wedding for FREE now!

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Helen and Ross' emerald and blush colour palette was a sight to behold; representing the outdoors beautifully - all captured by Victoria Amrose Photography.

The Mill Barns needs little decoration and the couple wanted to reflect the four elements; water – surrounding the venue, earth – the green of the surrounding area which they incorporated into the flower arrangements, air – the table plan had a wind chime-effect, fire – candles were used around the venue.

Wanting to inject elements of their personality into the wedding, Helen and Ross – who admit to having a geek-streak – named their tables after couples from their favourite film and TV shows, like “Glenn & Maggie” from The Walking Dead and “Daenerys & Drago” from Game of Thrones.

To read more about their big day, make sure you download the June/June issue of Your West Midlands Wedding, for FREE now!

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