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

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I love bride Samantha's wedding dress.

She said: "I wore a breathtaking gown designed by Jesus Peiro called 8004. My dad bought it for me, and it was a special moment getting to show it to him."

To see more from her wedding, turn to page 39 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.katiedervin.com

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For Caroline and Clare choosing their venue was an easy decision.

Caroline said: “Our original wedding venue called and cancelled a few months before the wedding. We were devastated, but as soon as we saw Cote How Lake District Weddings, we knew it was meant to be. The barn and house are beautiful, and the owners, Caroline and Steve, were so helpful and friendly.”

To see more turn to page 32 of the current issue.

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

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I love Charlotte and Daniel's love story.

Charlotte says: "We met Daniel in a pub in Greenwich and hit it off right away. The conversation was good, and we were instantly attracted to one another. We fell madly in love and have been together ever since. Daniel asked me to marry him in January 2014 while we were visiting Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa for my birthday. We were admiring the grand spiral staircase when he asked me to be his wife.”

To see more turn to page 27.

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

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The weather can be unpredictable and make it difficult for photographers to capture gorgeous images. Luckily for bridal boutique manager Camilla Britten and her colleagues, the weather cleared up just in time to capture this gorgeous image. Camilla explained to us what inspired them: “With four incredible dresses designed by Berta Privée and Instagram influencer Ella Ravenscroft as our model, we knew this shoot would be one to remember. We decided to stick with the popular geometric trend to create a modern and luxurious feel. We only had two hours of dry weather, and the photographer, Jeff Langhorne, did an amazing job of getting all the shots we needed in such a short time scale.”

To see more images, turn to page 81 in the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.jefflanghorne.com

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I love this adorable photograph from Chelsea Cannar Photography.

Chelsea said: “This picture features confetti and lots of it. For me, this image represents true happiness. The smiling faces of everyone amongst the confetti and bright yellow of the town hall is perfect.”

To see more, turn to page 51 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.chelseacannarphotography.com

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West Tower, a private country house in Aughton, has been voted Best Wedding Venue in Lancashire for the ninth year in a row at the County Brides North West Wedding Awards. The finalists were voted for by previous brides and grooms who were married in the past two years.

Stephanie Beqo, the general manager, said: “We're absolutely thrilled to have won and I'd like to thank everyone who voted for us. West Tower is of course the most beautiful setting to get married, but it's made truly special by our dedicated team who help and support our couples every step of the way.”

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

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

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Local photographer, Jo Greenfield from Jo Greenfield: Photographer reveals why you should book an engagement shoot.

"An engagement shoot is the perfect way to combat any worries you may have about your wedding photos. Use the experience to practice posing and to connect with your photographer. Your chosen supplier will quickly learn what you're both comfortable with and use their expertise to make you feel relaxed. It's beneficial for you to see your photographer's editing style before the big day. Initially, you're probably going to hate your shots because it will reveal all your imperfections. I'll be the first to admit that I hated my wedding images, but once I saw the way my husband looked at me, I began to get really emotional and saw them in a whole new light. I didn't have an engagement shoot, and it's one of my biggest regrets. If your supplier offers a pre-wedding shoot as part of their package or as an extra, take them up on it. Your pictures are a big part of your day, and knowing what to expect will make the process a lot less daunting."

For more great advice, turn to page 62.

Photographer's credit: www.jogreenfieldphotographer.com

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Cumbria Classic Wedding Cars have added this stunning car to its fleet. The Grand Imperial is superior both inside and out, with cream leather sofas, diamanté buttons and it can seat up to seven people.

Find out more on page 57 of the current issue.

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Make-up artist, Donna Ashcroft reveals her top tips for not overdoing your make-up.

"You can still look and feel glamorous on your big day without overdoing it. If you're used to a more natural look, then don't feel the need to change that. Prep your skin and use a quality primer. This will help to minimise pores and keep your make-up in place throughout the day. A good foundation is key. There are lots of versions available that offer decent coverage without being too heavy. My particular favourites are Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation and NARS Sheer Glow Foundation. If you would like an extra glow, try mixing in an illuminator. To contour, use a powder that is two or three shades darker than your natural skin tone. Purchase a small round fluffy brush, and tap off any excess before applying it to the hollow of your cheeks and forehead. Apply a liquid or powder blusher to the apples of your cheeks, and brush a highlighter across your cheekbones. To avoid any unwanted shine, use a translucent fixing powder on your T-zone and any areas you feel are too shiny. Finish with a smoky or natural eye and false lashes."

To find out more about Donna, visit www.donnaashcroft.co.uk

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Real wedding couple, Nicole and Matthew wanted to keep their guests entertained throughout the day.

Nicole tells us: "To keep our nearest and dearest entertained, we hired a selfie mirror from Photobooth Cumbria. The team set up quickly and had a huge selection of props. The machine printed two photos, which meant our loved ones could take one home and put one in our guestbook. We also hired All Star Disco to be our DJ for the night. Everyone was kept amused until midnight, and the company also provided a confetti cannon, which was brilliant!"

To see more turn to page 43.

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

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