Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local Hampshire and Dorset wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
Instead of a traditional wedding cake Karina and Darren had a magical apple tree for their twisted fairytale wedding at Hampshire's Froyle Park. The apples by Sweet Kreations were a nod to Sleeping Beauty and were made of cake with guests' table numbers on the back. To read all about their big day, check out the current issue out now.
(Image: Adam Opris Photography)
This groom's stylish tie and pocket square is inspired by the couple's wedding flowers and designed by LuvShifting. The Hampshire-based business makes fabulous wearable art including kimonos, scarves and sashes, using beautiful silks designed from your proposed floral creations; perfect as a lasting reminder of your big-day blooms.
(Image: Ellie Major Photography)
If you're getting married by the sea, why not celebrate with a fun beach theme? Dorset-based Love By Design Weddings created this fabulous beach hut feature for Rachel and Ryan's reception and even numbered it with their wedding date. To see more check out their Bournemouth seaside wedding, featured in the current issue out now.
(Image: RGW Photos)
I'm a sucker for vintage china and it looks a real treat for an afternoon tea wedding reception. This beautiful table setting features some lovely pieces supplied by Dorset-based Swingletree Vintage China Hire for a styled shoot at the historic Kingston Maurward wedding venue in Dorchester.
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 Hampshire and Dorset Wedding when making any enquiries.