Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local Cheshire and Merseyside wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
My biscuit of choice is a Jammie Dodger, so my eyes widened when I saw this scrumptious looking cheesecake by www.olivetreecatering.co.uk. Check out the catering feature on page 53.
It can be a tricky balance with wedding favours - trying to find something that's useful as well as fun. I loved Melissa and Michael's idea of sparklers, which were used later in the evening to give the couple a special send off.
Check out the real wedding in the current issue.
Image courtesy of www.adamjoeroberts.com
I love to see the emotion captured at weddings and the talented photographers of our region are experience in making sure these moment are immortalised forever. From smiles, laughs and tears of joy, the images on page 54 of our May/Jun issue were incredibly moving. My favourite is this one snapped by www.kevinbrownphotography.co.uk of a groom waiting for his bride at the altar.
I love real bride Elle Gregson's pared-back wedding hair style from issue 44. This issue her hair stylist Charlotte Medford of www.charlottemedfordbridal.com tells us how she created it: "Elle wanted her bridal hair to have a real Vogue Italia feel to it. Sleekness and shine were key, so with this in mind she had her hairline threaded for that really sharp finish." To find out more about the process check out the Beauty Q&A feature on page 88 of the current issue.
Photography by www.willowandwilde.com
When it's time for you look for local businesses to help you with your wedding, take a look at our advertisements below. Most will have links to their own websites. These advertisements are updated regularly so please revisit often and mention Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding when making any enquiries.