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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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We spoke to Emma Buckley from Malvern Wedding Cars and asked for her top tips for choosing the perfect transport.

"Choosing transport for your nuptials always comes down to two things: what fits with your day and who do you trust to provide it? Take into consideration the aesthetics of the vehicle. Does it complement the bride's dress, flowers and time of year? Don't forget the car will appear in your photographs, so you want something that's both practical and visually appealing.
When looking for a trustworthy supplier, you need to take into consideration will they be on the time on the day, are they properly insured, are the chauffeurs experienced and is the vehicle properly maintained? If there's a problem on the day, ask if they have an alternative car they could use at short notice."

Turn to page 59 of the current issue to find out more.

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Make-up artist, Daniella Ingle reveals her top tips for creating the perfect wedding day look.

"Getting stuck in a routine with your make-up is more common than you might think. On your wedding day, you want to look and feel like the best version of yourself, but that doesn't mean you have to wear crazy colours that are totally out of your comfort zone.
"A good artist will ask what you like and dislike, the coverage you prefer, the style you're hoping to achieve and much more. My best advice is to book a trial and arrive with your normal look so your supplier can get an idea of your everyday style.
Opt for hues that suit your skin tone. This will enhance your features and is the key to a beautiful bridal look. A defined eye, perfect brows, and flawless skin are sometimes all you need. If you want to up the ante, research and find your dream style. This can be a good reference for your supplier and is easier than trying to describe your vision.
"When you leave your trial, wear the make-up all day. Look in every mirror and window you see, take selfies and maybe even try on your dress. By the end of the day, you'll know whether you love or hate it. If it's the latter, book another trial and explain to your artist what it was you didn't like and go from there. Remember, you don't have to settle for less than perfect on your wedding day."

To find out more about Daniella, visit www.daniellamakeuphair.com

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Real wedding couple, Lucy and Richard fell in love with their reception wedding venue, Broad Leys.

Lucy tells us: "We wanted to get married in the Lake District in a place that provided beautiful views of the countryside. After meeting the manager of Broad Leys, we felt so relaxed and knew it was place for us."

To see more turn to page 35.

Photographer's credit: www.amb-vision.co.uk

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I love bride Carley's wedding dress.

She said: "I fell in loved with a gorgeous Hayley Paige gown from Fairytale Brides. I struggled to find my dream dress. I visited bridal shops in Leeds, Newcastle, Harrogate as well as the local Lancashire boutiques. In the end, I stumbled across a designer dress on Instagram and fell in love with its unusual style. I tracked it to the Fairytale Brides in Manchester and knew it was the one for me.”

To see more from her wedding, turn to page 38 of the current issue.

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

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I love Amy and David's love story.

Amy says: "We met in a coffee shop in Warrington. I was attracted to his smile and sense of humour. He was really easy to talk to and we hit it off right away. David popped the question on Christmas Day. He had been at work all day, so I spent the day with my parents. My mum knew he was going to propose and kept asking what time he would be back and if I should go meet him. That evening, David and I opened our presents, and he went upstairs to get his slippers and asked me to sort out some drinks. As I walked into the living room, he was down on one knee with the ring in hand. He started to ask me to marry him and burst out laughing at my expression. After the shock had worn off, I called my family who had been waiting for hours for me to call. It was a complete surprise and the best Christmas present ever.”

To see more turn to page 51.

Photographer's credit: www.andreapickering.com

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We adore modern glamour here at Your North West Wedding and are always excited to see the latest shoots captured in our wonderful region. Local photographer Vicky Dubois, worked with talented suppliers to create this striking set of images, taken at The Comedy Store in Manchester. She tells us: “We wanted to build our portfolio and work with local companies to experiment with different ideas. We had a great day and are so happy with the suppliers' creations and efforts.”

To see more images, turn to page 83 in the current issue.

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

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This beautiful flower crown was handmade by Flower Crown Magic. The owner, Julie, offers a bespoke service and ready-made pieces. Brides-to-be can purchase flower crowns, corsages, combs, headbands and DIY hen party kits from her Etsy store and Something Blue Bridal Boutique, Serendipity Bridal and Boda Boutique.

To see more, turn to page 57 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: James Ainsworth Photography

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Rachel Winter, a photographer in Kendal, is offering couples an all-inclusive package featuring photography, hair, make-up, headpieces and jewellery.
Rachel tells us: “I've been in the wedding industry for 26 years now and have built my business to include full wedding services for brides-to-be. I become a personal assistant on the morning to help nervous couples prepare for their ceremony and then ease them through the day as their photographer. I love making up faces and seeing the bridal party glow with excitement as they prepare for the big day ahead. It's a popular service, and I can also help source other suppliers.”

To find out more, turn to page 11 of the current issue.

Photographer's credit: www.rachelwinterphotography.com

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Local cake specialist, Kerri Thompson from Kerri’s Bespoke Cakes reveals how you can incorporate the season into your big-day cake.

"A white-on-white cake would look elegant and tie in with your theme. Add white textures and a bit of sparkle to create a glistening showstopper.
If you want to create a frosty feel, incorporate edible silver or white sprinkles.
Strong hues are bang on-trend right now. Opt for a rich red or navy blue design decorated with light-coloured sugar flowers.
Flavours are also a great way of incorporating your festive theme. Peppermint and gingerbread are great examples that can be used in several of your tiers."

To see more great advice, turn to page 63 of the current issue.

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We spoke to Roxanne Halenko and asked for her top tips for choosing the perfect gown.

"The most important thing is to set a budget and stick to it! Be organised, look on Pinterest and create an inspirational board full of ideas such as your theme and colour scheme. Don't rush into decisions and only use wedding suppliers who make you feel relaxed and not pressured into booking. Lastly, don't sweat the small stuff and enjoy your special day."

Turn to page 73 of the current issue to find out more.

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