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.
I'm dreaming of a holiday right now and can't wait to visit Polurrian on the Lizard in Mullion, Cornwall. This clifftop retreat offers stunning coastal views of the unspoilt Lizard Peninsula.
Read more in our latest issue available to download here for free:
To book, visit www.polurrianhotel.com
I am a big fan of Devon-based real wedding photographer Martyn Norsworthy who recently won an award for this image. I adore black and white photography and the set-up of this shot is wonderful!
To book Martyn for your wedding, visit www.norsworthyweddings.com
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If, like me, you're dreaming of a trip to sunnier climes and can't wait for the current restrictions to lift then these pink scallop shell place names will be the perfect pick for your upcoming wedding, handmade by Lorraine Burt at her South-Devon-based business The Whole Caboodle.
For plenty more ideas, visit www.caboodle.wedding and download our new issue for FREE here to see more big-day inspiration!
Devon-based, family-run company Hattiers has created a premium spirit designed for sipping neat this New Year's Eve - their Resolute Navy Strength Rum, from £44.95, www.masterofmalt.com
Getting me into the festive spirit this week is the seasonal real wedding of Sophie and Lee at Rockbeare Manor in Devon, showcased in our latest issue. Download it here for FREE to see all of their stylish touches.
Visit www.rockbearemanor.co.uk to find out more about weddings at the property.
Images courtesy of www.memoriesmilestones.co.uk
Founder and designer of The Lucky Sixpence Janie Wolverson creates statement headpieces and jewellery perfect for brides, bridesmaids and mothers-of-the-bride, all custom-made in Crediton, Devon.
I love this pearl hairpiece captured on camera by wedding photographer Emma Solley, emmasolley.com
To see more of Janie's work and to shop her extensive collection, visit www.theluckysixpence.co.uk
I adore the look of love between bride Elizabeth and groom Kuldeep in this picture snapped by Devon-based wedding photographer Clare Kinchin.
To see more of her work, visit www.clarekinchinphotography.co.uk and to see more fabulous images from our packed photography feature, download our latest issue for FREE!
Caroline Taylor is the creative wedding stationery designer behind luxury Cornish-based brand Love Tree Designs. She tell us, "I love to paint in watercolours, taking my time to paint the venue or chosen wedding flowers and these illustrations always make wonderful keepsakes. I work with luxury materials including silk-dyed ribbons, pocketfolds, velvet booklets, monogram wax seals, paired with my calligraphy."
To see more of her work, visit www.lovetreedesigns.co.uk
I love this image from our photography feature in our issue available to download now for FREE!
It's by Melanie Cornish of Memories & Milestones Photography. She tells us, "Nothing says winter quite like fireworks and I love this final shot of the day at Gemma and Wayne's wedding because their smiles say it all!”
I love this gorgeous gown made by Dandelions & Pearls who create style-focused bespoke bridal and occasion wear specialising in boho and vintage-inspired pieces. They are ethically handmade in the studio located in Cockington Court, Torquay, a home to other creative wedding businesses.
Visit www.dandelionsandpearls.com to see more fabulous designs and read all about the brand in our new issue available to download for FREE here!