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Sarah and Mike's eyes met across a crowded room at a friend's party during their first year of sixth form college. Indeed, it was his eyes that Sarah was attracted to: “They're a lovely shade of blue,” she says. The pair hit it off right away, immediately feeling at ease in each other's company, even though it took Mike another month to convince Sarah to go on a date with him. But needless to say, they're both so glad he did.

When the couple had been dating for a year or two, Mike took Sarah to a romantic spot in their home county of Lincolnshire to watch the sun set. But, when he suggested an impromptu visit back to the same place one Friday evening, she had no idea what he had planned. After setting up the camera to film the sun going down, he got down on one knee and asked Sarah to marry him. “I burst into tears, I never thought I'd react that way,” Sarah remembers. Mike had bought the ring months beforehand and had been planning this proposal for some time, despite spending the wedding day of a friend, just days before, deflecting questions about whether they might be next!

See more from their wedding in the current issue. Download your free copy at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

Fabulous flowers are a crucial aspect of any wedding's styling, and we have to say, one of our highlights. Floral displays can speak volumes about you and tie your theme together, as well as being breathtakingly beautiful of course. In the current issue, with the help of the region's experts, we delve into the latest trends in ceremony, reception and bridal party blooms offering you inspiration aplenty.

Bouquet created by Country Flowers Florist

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Heather Laver from The Bridal Lounge in Northwich shares some words of wisdom.

"The great thing is there's no right or wrong answer here. Normally, brides bring along their mother, maid-of-honour and a few bridesmaids, but you can choose whoever your wish to join you. I've even had a few fathers, brothers and grandfathers come along to appointments.

"Usually, the guests you choose to accompany you are there for one of two reasons: you either want their seal of approval for the dress or you want their honest opinions. Bring people who know what you like and what you look good in. The last thing you want is to wear someone else's idea of the perfect dress when it's clearly not right for you."

See more top tips in the current issue. Download your free copy at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

One could argue that Nikki and James' wedding day is wholly thanks to James' friends. After all, if they hadn't convinced him not to head home early from a night out in 2016, he and Nikki may never have met. But happily, meet they did and felt an immediate attraction, each finding the other incredibly easy to get on with. They spent the whole evening talking, with James doing his utmost to impress her by ordering expensive cocktails! Knowing she was the woman for him, James bought an engagement ring just a few months later.

See more from their wedding in the current issue. Download your free copy at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

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We asked Gemma at Booker Flowers & Gifts about reflecting a relaxed springtime vibe through the wedding flowers. She said, "For a bridal bouquet we'd arrange stems into a loose, hand-tied arrangement with wild foliage, including asparagus fern and pittosporum tied with natural hessian ribbon. For brides wanting an even more effortless look, a simple hydrangea bouquet in fresh or vibrant tones with limited foliage may be your thing."

To read more of her advice, check out the Mar/Apr22 issue of Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding, free to download at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

Our cover couple revealed their top tip in the Mar/Apr22 issue. Georgia says, "Organisation is key! There's nothing to get stressed about and it should be an enjoyable process, so starting planning early and you'll have plenty of time to enjoy it."

Find out more about their big day in the Mar/Apr22 issue, free to download at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

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I can't get enough of this incredible wedding cake by www.instagram.com/dawngagg made for Nadine and George's Disney-inspired wedding day. The front boasts a cut out section containing a model of Prince Charming and Cinderella, while the back reveals their love of comics. Check out the cake in all it's glory in the real wedding feature from the Mar/Apr22 issue of Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding.

Download it for free at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

I love birds, so much so I have one tattooed on each foot! I also recently enjoyed a meet-the-owls experience at Centre Parcs, which was the highlight of my trip. So, imagine my delight when I saw that Rachael and Daniel had owls as their ring bearers as well as delighting guests with a meet and greet.

It was feathered friend Hope's first delivery and she was a little nervous. All assembled were worried she might not oblige, but with a little coaxing form her handler she was off and on her way.

Read all about Rachael and Daniel's big day in the Mar/Apr22 issue of Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding, free to download at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

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I've always got a soft spot for a historical venue and this one's no exception. With one of the best collectsion of Pre-Raphaelite art in the world, the Walker Art Gallery is the national gallery of the North of England, located in Liverpool city centre. Receptions take place on the ground floor, where you can host a wedding breakfast for 80 nearest and dearest.

Find out more in the Mar/Apr22 issue of Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding, FREE to download at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download

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If you're on the lookout for your dream dress, there are plenty of wonderful local boutiques on hand to help. Allow us to introduce you to them in issue 61 of Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding, which you can download FREE at www.yourcheshiremerseyside.wedding/free-download, along with the latest issue.

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