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WINDMILLS FLORIST OF WOODBRIDGE 3A Cumberland Street, Woodbridge IP12 4AH


For all your wedding flowers


windmillsflorist@yahoo.co.uk Tel. 01394 384109 www.windmillsflorist.co.uk


01728 602568


5 High Street, Saxmundham


GIFT VOUCHERS


Facials • Skin Care • Make-up • Eye Lash • Eyebrows Cryotherapy • Waxing • Electrolysis


Manicure • Pedicure • Massages • Spray Tans Body Treatments • Hair Styling


www.angels-beauty-clinic.co.uk Facebook.com/AngelsBeautyClinic


ONCE you and your partner have decided to marry, you should really start planning your wedding day! It is probably best to allow at least twelve to eighteen months in order to get everything sorted. If you have a particular date


MIKE DANIELL & SON CARRIAGE MASTERS


Traditional Horse Drawn Carriage Hire


Pairs (Greys or Blacks) & Carriage Available for Weddings Tel: 01394 410293


www.mikedaniell.com • Bridal Make-up


• Jessica • GELeration Nails • Dermalogica Skincare • CACI Non Surgical Facelift • Sienna X Tanning • Mii Make-up • LyconHot Wax


79 Thoroughfare, Woodbridge IP12 1AH Tel: 01394 384505


www.skindeepwoodbridge.co.uk


Heavenly Hair &


Amaya Spa 01728 602941


in mind, check that your venue is available as soon as possible. For a church wedding


you will need to discuss with the Rector the reading of the Banns. the Banns, a public announcement of your intention to be married, will then be read out on three consecutive Sundays. If you are planning a church wedding, the Rector will discuss the service with you and you may like to select favourite hymns or decide whether you wish for a choir at the ceremony or bells to be rung. For a Register Office service,


you will have to give Notice of Marriage to the register office of the district in which you live. Valid for twelve months, the notice must be given in person by one of you. Once the date and venue of


the wedding have been booked, it is most important to book the reception. You should draw up a rough list of guests to get an idea of numbers. Many venues have a “Wedding Package” brochure which will give details of food choices and costs per head as well as other services they may offer. Start discussing your head-dresses,


bouquets,


For all your bridal party needs


11 High Street, Saxmundham, IP17 1DF Janene@heavenlyhairstyling.co.uk


buttonholes and flowers for the church and reception with your florist as soon as possible. Wedding cakes often take a


few months to mature, so you should soon decide who you would like to make your cake. Discuss design, shape, content etc with them. One of the most important


things for the bride to do is to choose the dress. It may take several months to find the “perfect” outfit. Outfits for the groom, best man, bridesmaid(s) and page boy(s) also need to be considered. Your wedding album


photographs should be a wonderful reminder of your special day. Book a photographer and discuss your requirements. Choose your wedding rings


from a reputable jeweller. Remember to buy your gifts for the best man, ushers and attendants. Prospective brides should


visit their hairdresser to discuss the style for the wedding day. Your hairdresser may be able to do your hair in the comfort of your own home on the morning of the wedding. If required, beauticians should also be booked for your make-up and manicure. Invitations should be ordered


as soon as the date and venue are confirmed. these should be sent out to invited guests at least two months prior to the day. Guests will soon start


asking you for a gift list, so it is important and helpful if this is compiled a few months before the wedding. to prevent duplicate gifts, it is possible to choose a gift list from a given company - the gift list company will then tick gifts off as they are ordered. Most of the important


Wedding Fayre


2019


Thursday 21st February 6pm - 9pm


T & To Hold o Have


With you every step of the way Flexible Menu Options


The Venue


Unique venue set in 120 acres of Suffolk woodland.


Civil Ceremonies


We are licenced to conduct Civil Ceremonies.


The Champion Suite


Flexibility to accommodate both large numbers 180 seated and 350 for evening reception as well as intimate gatherings.


Modern, traditional and bespoke menu choices available.


On-site Accommodation


19 luxury lodges, some with private hot tubs all in walking distance of the celebration.


Car Parking


Car parking space for up to 200 cars, suitable for coaches too.


H SIR & Co 01728 454445


For all your Groomsmen needs


116-118 High Street, Aldeburgh, IP15 5AB info@sirbarbers.com Weddings At Dan’s Meadow


Complete or bespoke wedding packages with venue, catering, flowers etc or ‘venue only’ hire.


Overnight stay available for camping or caravanning guests.


Your Dream – It’s Your Special Day


A Blank Canvas of 4.5 acres of meadowland bordered by the River Fynn and mature trees in an area of outstanding natural beauty in Martlesham, Suffolk.


Fully centrally heated Function Hall with new toilets and kitchen


01986 784347 | www.highlodge.co.uk | events@highlodge.co.uk High Lodge Leisure Ltd


HighLodgeSS High_Lodge_Leisure_Ltd Doors to patio and large marquee field


Why not give us a call 01394 386751 or email enquiries@dansmeadow.com www.weddingsatdansmeadow.co.uk


LEI 10/FRAM 10/WOOD 10 FEBRUARY 2019 Your Wedding – Your Way – Wedding Anniversary


And once your married don't forget the anniversaries!!! Here's a list of


the first 10 years and what tradition suggests you buy as a gift.


1st – Paper 2nd – Cotton 3rd – Leather 4th – Linen 5th – Wooden 6th – Iron 7th – Copper 8th – Bronze 9th – Pottery 10th – Tin


aspects of the day have now been covered - but there is still the honeymoon to book! When it comes to arranging where you want to spend your honeymoon, talk to the travel agent about what you are looking for - destination, quality of accommodation and facilities. Having made your choice, don’t forget to take your marriage certificate with you, as many hotels, on learning that you are on your honeymoon, may offer you an upgrade of room!


In our editorial, we have


detailed some of the most important points to be considered and hope that anyone planning a wedding will find our suggestions useful.


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