Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local Devon and Cornwall wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
The glamorous Nettlefold Restaurant at the Burgh Island Hotel in South Devon boasts an Art Deco vibe on its own private island, www.burghisland.com
Cornish catering company Chef in my home, based in Newquay, create a private dining experience in the comfort of your own home or wedding venue. Menus include an array of mouth-watering desserts, www.chefinmyhome.com
I want to be at the Falmouth Hotel right now - with it's prime seafront location, ocean views and luxurious bedrooms. Buy our latest issue on sale now to read more! www.falmouthhotel.co.uk
Beryl the vintage ice cream van is a 1970s Bedford CF Whitby Morrison van that has been lovingly restored and serves ice cream at weddings. Highlights from the menu include ginger beer sorbet and pear and elderflower sorbet, www.propervintagecornwall.co.uk
This pastel-coloured bouquet is from the shoot by photographer Jessica Apps, featured in our brand new July/August 2019 issue on sale now. It was created by Tracy Q's Cornwall Wedding Flowers, www.cornwallweddingflowers.com
Check out our latest issue to see Bickleigh Castle showcased in the real wedding of Kasha and Nathan - such a wonderful, historical wedding venue located in Tiverton, Devon, www.bickleighcastle.com
With summer being a favourable time of year for al fresco weddings, the team behind Fairlove Yurts have got a selection of these structures to suit
festival-style weddings. I love the way that they can be styled to suit any theme, especially with Moroccan lanterns and foliage chandeliers, www.tfairloveyurts.co.uk
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.