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 Devon and Cornwall Wedding when making any enquiries.
Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local Devon and Cornwall wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
How beautiful is this wedding styled by the talented So Devoted Weddings & Events who cover celebrations throughout the South West? They are a planning and styling company helping create extraordinary weddings. Items that can be hired include chair covers, sashes and hoods, table linen, and décor including candelabras and lanterns with candles, mirrored plates, table number stands and round log slices. There's also topiary trees, freestanding lanterns, postboxes, flower urns, hanging planters, a vintage display ladder and personalised seating plans available.
To find out more, visit https://www.sodevotedweddingsandevents.co.uk
Download our latest issue for FREE to see more venue styling ideas!
Jurys Inn Exeter has unveiled a new look following a £1.95 million investment transforming the bedrooms, bar, restaurant and lobby.
The 170 refurbished bedrooms now feature a calming, pastel colour scheme complete with mural artwork of local attractions. Each one is home to an exclusive DREAM bed by Jurys Inn, designed with ultimate comfort in mind, and come fully equipped with high-speed WiFi, an en suite bathroom and flatscreen TV with Freeview. Guests can also upgrade to an executive bedroom with extra space and added amenities such as a mini-fridge, luxury toiletries, complimentary mineral water and late checkout, https://www.jurysinns.com/hotels/exeter
Read more in our May/June issue available now as a FREE download
With hotels beginning to reopen, I want to dive into this pool at Bedruthan Hotel & Spa in Mawgan Porth, Cornwall.
This award-winning, four-star hotel is known for its contemporary colour pop interiors and beachside setting. Distinctive from the outside, and true to its 1960s roots, the exterior of the building is a mix of white-painted brick and expanses of glass. It's surrounded by dune gardens and native plants and inside sees a collaboration where Scandi-chic meets Cornwall. The icing on the cake is the variety of spaces in which to relax and enjoy the spectacular sunsets.
To find out more about weddings at the property and to book, visit https://www.bedruthan.com
Check out our new issue available to download for free packed with beauty and fashion ideas.
Our exclusive photo shoot on page 46 showcases a bridal party brunch and Cornish-based make-up artist Kathryn Sevier at Studio 13 works her magic on some pretty styles.
She also gives her big-day beauty tips in our Q&A section. To book her services, visit https://kathrynsevier.wixsite.com/studio13newquay
This hand-painted dress called Lily is made from a crepe silk fabric featuring hand-painted lillies and is pictured here teamed with the Blue Organza Cape by Exeter-based dress designer Sarah Treble Couture, a bespoke bridal and occasion wear designer with over 20 years' experience since graduating from Central Saint Martins in London. She spent three seasons working as the head designer for Valentino in Italy, which instilled in her a love for haute couture. Sarah is now based in Devon after moving there from London in 2009, and her dresses are hand-crafted and made-to-measure, combining exceptional comfort with sheer elegance.
To arrange a consultation with Sarah, visit sarahtreble.co.uk
Read our Hot Topic Q&A with Sarah in the latest edition available to download for free: www.yourdevoncornwall.wedding/free-download
Ethical dress, accessory and floristry design company Roamer Rose based in Truro, Cornwall, work with nature, replicating the various visual delights showcased in the local landscapes during all seasons to tell a story.
At a client's request, owner Kyla will order in cut flowers endeavouring to use local, seasonal produce where possible, although she likes to make use of the local wildflower varieties, only taking what she needs to preserve them, and not removing anything that's protected.
Her work includes a hint of a fairytale from the forests, romance from the garden and mystical magic from the coastline.
Visit www.roamerrose.com and read more in our latest issue available to download for free here: www.county.wedding/free-download
Photography courtesy of angelwade.co
The arbour at Knightor Winery in Trethurgy, Cornwall, is a traditional oak structure overlooking the ponds and picturesque grounds, ideal for an outdoor wedding. Guests are seated on rustic-inspired straw bales and it's also the perfect spot for post-ceremony drinks.
To find out more about weddings at this stunning venue, visit www.knightor.com and to download our latest issue for free, visit www.county.wedding/free-download
Photography courtesy of www.katyjonesphotos.co.uk
Lusty Glaze Beach in Newquay is a rustic-inspired venue situated on a private beach in a secluded cove on the North Cornish coast offering weddings on the sand. It's ideal for large gatherings and intimate elopements and is also home to two beautiful lodgings at the water's edge, The Cottage and The Chalet.
To find out more and to book, visit www.lustyglaze.co.uk
Photography courtesy of www.danward.co.uk
Anyone who knows me well knows that I love anything vintage, from jewellery and accessories to dresses and home accessories.
If I were planning to marry, this retro handmade photo booth complete with a high resolution camera, professional lighting and a studio-standard printer from Flicksbox would be at the top of my entertainment list!
Read more about them in our brand new issue on sale soon!
To book, visit www.flicksbox.co.uk