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Photos can be fun! (thomas- frostphotography.com)


produce is the wedding book. The pages are designed with information and photos given by the bride and groom.” For those who don’t have a sweet tooth there is a growing trend for cheese, piled high and adorned with grapes, as a savoury alternative. For the main food, the key theme


is crowd-pleasing with minimal effort. The Barefoot Stonebaked Pizza Co offer a bespoke menu for


So many alternatives to ‘the cake’; photo by wildweddingphotos.co.uk


your day, courtesy of their little Italian pizza van ‘Pepe’. Guaranteed to please the hungry crowd while adding a little Italian charm.


Cameras, action Awkward family photos and stuffy group shots have disappeared. Instead couples want to capture the true meaning of the day. Photographers offer fly-on-the-wall services so your intimate moments can be remembered forever. “You see this lovely record of what happened,” says local photographer Jesse Wild of Wild Wedding Photos. “You get to see the emotional part of it; the nerves, the fun, the smiles and the laughter. The best part of the reportage style is that it is all


Annette Gebbedey’s original range of wedding rings


genuine and caught in a way that captures the atmosphere.”


Petal gurus Bouquets are getting more and more attention in photos, often being featured solo in some shots, so you need to make sure it’s a bunch worthy of attention. According to local florist Tessa, of The Little Flower Co, “bouquet trends for this year still seem to be vintage, as well as the usual peonies, hydrangeas and English garden roses. However, we are seeing more colour this year than the usual white and green, which is brilliant – much more fun to work with! “Also, the wrist corsage has made a big comeback and is high on the


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