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Win a five-night luxury honeymoon in the Seychelles

The wonders of West Cornwall

We reveal where to say 'I do'


These fairytale venues look simply magical

Ladies in the manor

Georgian-inspired stately home and wedding venue Escot Estate was the grand backdrop for this styled shoot inspired by the stories of English novelist Jane Austen

The best of....

Devon and Cornwall are home to some of the most creative wedding suppliers, from stationers and florists to prop hire experts. We catch up with a few of them.

Cool ways to cater

Now more than ever, there's so many fun and tasty ways to refuel hungry guests

Crowning glory

Brides, mums and maids will love this roundup of stylish headdresses

Just the two of us

Jess and Ted's elopement wedding at intimate Tavistock-based venue Ever After featured a bright colourful theme

Keeping it local

Sam and Howie's wedding reception at The Ley Arms located in the Kenn Valley in Devon was decorated with blush pink, copper and burgundy tones

Love conquers all

Alexandra and Simon's micro wedding followed a Paris-theme with rustic touches

The adventure begins

Emma and Nathan's elegant wedding at Rockbeare Manor followed a springtime floral and baby blue theme with a nod to their many adventures together

Quintessentially Cotswolds

Full of chocolate-box cottages and pretty hamlets, the Cotswolds is an idyllic minimoon destination