Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis on local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers in Yorkshire.
“I offer all aspects of floristry from designs to ceremony and venue styling,” says BlossEm's Emily Davis. “My style is natural and romantic, as I work with the seasons and complement the surroundings of a wedding. From the initial meeting to delivery of your flowers, I offer a personal service where you deal with myself through all the planning. I put my heart and soul into every big day, and after 16 years still get butterflies showing a bride her bouquet.”
Based in York, Baba Ganoush are award-winning caterers with a love of great food. “Our creations span everything from traditional Yorkshire roasts to BBQs and sharing feasts. Couples can enjoy canapés during drinks followed by fine dining, or treat their guests to a casual buffet before feasting on delicious mini desserts.”
Check out more caterers in Yorkshire in our Your Yorkshire Wedding May/June issue which you can read here for free later this month!
Based just outside Barmby Moor, Barmbyfields is a collection of rural barns, renovated to retain their rustic charm of old exposed beams and brickwork. There's many different rooms to utilise, consisting of the main barn, ceremony room, bar area, entrance and upstairs granary; a place where people go to relax. There's also an outdoor barn, popular in both summer and winter, while the grounds provide many photo opps, from the signature rope swing to a grass paddock; ideal for garden games. Visit https://www.facebook.com/BarmbyfieldBarn for more info.
Ukrainian-born Olga met Oliver at a Halloween ball at private London members' club, Annabel's. “Oliver was dressed as Dracula and spotted me on the dancefloor,” says the bride. “He thinks he acted suave trying to catch my attention, but he looked like a gazelle caught in the headlights, with his mouth wide open!”
Find out more about their Ripon Cathedral and Grantley Hall day by heading to https://www.youryorkshire.wedding and reading our March April 2023 issue!
Alex got more than he bargained for on his first day at a new job: a wife! Four years after getting together, the couple set the date of 23rd April, 2022, marrying at Hornington Manor. Read the latest issue of https://www.youryorkshire.wedding to find out more about their big day...
Who doesn't love money off? Margaret Dabbs London is offering Your Yorkshire Wedding readers 20% off all products in their Harrogate clinic as well as online. Valid until 30 April, 2023. Excluding on-sale items, bundles and gift cards, simply use the code YORKSHIRE20 when checking out to enjoy money off. Terms and conditions apply; please see www.youryorkshire.wedding/offers for more information.
Meet Elsiebee Photography's Lindsay Oates, who hails from Halifax. “I trained with a wedding photographer in Sheffield, who took me along as his second shooter. I caught the bug, setting up my own business eight years ago – and haven't looked back! My style is described as candid; plus I'm a pretty straight forward person, which is reflected in my work.” Prices from £950, visit https://www.elsiebeephotography.co.uk for more info.
I love the accessories from Leeds-based Aisle of White. Their suppliers include Ivory & Co, Richard Designs and Twilight Designs, plus accessories from Morilee and Ronald Joyce. If you're looking for veils, capes, hair pieces or accessories in golds, silvers, pearls, sparkle or lace, they've the perfect selection for you – head to www.theaisleofwhite.co.uk for more info.
I asked Lisa Kramer, from Rotherham's https://thestylelounge.uk, how to make sure all your bridesmaids' hair is ready on time. Here's a sneak preview of what she said (you need to read my March/April issue of https://www.youryorkshire.wedding for the full answer)…
“Planning, communication and timings are crucial, so make sure your stylist knows how many ladies need their hair doing, as well as where they'll get ready and what time you need to leave for your ceremony; while ensuring there's enough time to all get dressed.”
Hello from your new Editor of Your Yorkshire Wedding! I'm here to fill you in on all the happenings in the best area of the UK. OK, I'm biased, as most of my family lives in North Yorkshire; but we really do have it all! Watch out for my first March/April issue of https://www.youryorkshire.wedding magazine which, as always, you can read for free... but in the meantime, here's a photo of me marrying my own Prince Charming 15 years ago this September! How time flies...