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Changes in the pipeline for old wedding laws

Changes in the pipeline for old wedding laws: Image 1 Times are changing when it comes to weddings with more and more couples wanting to tailor their day to suit their lives and loves.

Now a major overhaul of ancient wedding laws could see an even more relaxed approach to where you can tie the knot allowing more alternative and open-air venues to host nuptials.

Following the suggested change in legislation, a team of Hampshire and
Dorset-based bridal suppliers teamed up to bring the idea to life. Photographer Darren Lovell scouted an area of woodland with beautiful natural texture, including tall wispy grassland, quirky and white-bark leaning trees; the perfect backdrop to channel a relaxed, bohemian theme.

The bridal styling reflected the informal feel of an outdoor summer soirée featuring popular current looks, with dresses from Stephanie Frances Bridal a textured up do for the hair by Victoria Nightingale and coral tones on the eyes and face in a nod to this year's Pantone Colour of the Year Living Coral by make-up artist Charlee Hulbert.

Embracing latest floral trends, florist Naomi Joy Miller created natural
woodland-themed florals and installations to complement the setting. Cake maker Helen Jalim echoed the rustic theme with an intricate design for her three-tier showstopper. Models were Holly Drinkwater and David Beardall

 
How to choose the right Champagne for your wedding - 7 top tips

How to choose the right Champagne for your wedding - 7 top tips

Françoise Peretti, Director of Champagne Bureau UK and expert on...

 
Showing support for couples and the wedding industry

Showing support for couples and the wedding industry

Here at County Wedding Magazines HQ we were waiting with bated breath for a change in wedding...

 
Wedding celebrants support High Court case for legal recognition

Wedding celebrants support High Court case for legal recognition

Six couples are taking their case to the High Court on 7-8 July to take a landmark...

 
Gift cards UK's most popular gift during lockdown

Gift cards UK's most popular gift during lockdown

New research from the Gift Card & Voucher Association (GCVA) reveals that gift cards were the most...

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