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Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis on local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers in Yorkshire.

Spicer Manor has a traditional feel and style of décor, yet is filled with state-of-the-art technology including the Sonos music system and incredible cinema room.

The features match the countryside setting of the venue, with tartan fabric curtains and lampshades all made by local suppliers, along with the stand out curved oak staircase. The Coach House has a beautiful rustic interior with king truss oak beams, wooden cladding and stone walls, fitting in perfectly with the location creating a wonderful romantic wedding setting. You can easily see the attention to detail in every part of the venue.

The front and rear of the property have perfectly lawned gardens, to the rear there is a lovely stone water feature and two paddocks with woodland, benches and fire pits to make the evenings simply magical.

The stunning venue is featured in our Nov/Dec issue available now as a FREE download

Mexican artist and style icon Frida Kahlo is instantly recognisable. Her rosy cheeks, strong eyebrows, and dark hair so frequently adorned with a floral headpiece was the inspiration behind this shoot, photographed by Clare Coleman Photography.

The shoot is featured in full in our Nov/Dec issue. Download your FREE COPY of Your Yorkshire Wedding now

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Your wedding is set to be a magical day, so what better way would there be to entertain your guests than with a magician. Matt of Matthew J Magic performs in a contemporary style with a classic northern wit to build the atmosphere of your day and set the tone for a fun and memorable experience. The best time for Matt to do his thing is between the service and wedding breakfast when guests are coming and going for group photos etc. He circulates between small groups, drawing people together who may not know each other too well and leaves them with a common experience they can bond over. You'll hear pockets of people laughing, clapping and gasping in amazement creating that all important buzz in the air.

Matt says, “I love performing at the drinks reception as I feel like a kind of warm up act for the speeches, getting people clapping, laughing and joining in ready for the groom, best man and father-of-the-bride's big moments.” An hour or so at the start of the evening reception also works well to get the party started with new guests arriving.

Matthew J Magic | www.matthewjmagic.co.uk

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With the beautiful sound of the harp, the experienced, warm and friendly Emma will perform memorable music of your choice for your wedding.
The harp is indispensable when it comes to the ceremony, creating an enchanting entrance for the bride. For drinks receptions and wedding breakfasts, clients often request a selection of hand-picked romantic songs, intertwined with delicate classical favourites.

Emma Yates Harpist | https://emmayatesharpist.co.uk

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Bex and Kiegan Bottomley tied the knot in style at Saltmarshe Hall.

You can read all about their big day in the November/December issue of Your Yorkshire Wedding magazine, available to download for FREE here!

Images courtesy of Alfie Wright, Clique Visuals

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Photographed in the Grade II-listed Victorian masterpiece, Thicket Priory, this vintage-inspired shoot perfectly captures those private, longing moments before you walk down the aisle

This shoot was photographed by Clare Coleman and featured in the Nov/Dec issue of Your Yorkshire Wedding! Download for free here!

Love amongst the vines!

Grace and Bob Beaumont chose the romantic setting of Holmfirth Vineyard to celebrate their big day- and what a day it was.

Images courtesy of Jenn Garlick Photography.

This wedding featured in our November/December issue - available now as a FREE download

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Katie and Neil tied the knot in style at their picture-perfect venue, Grantley Hall.

Images courtesy of Carn Patrick.

The shoot is featured in full in our November/December issue available now as a FREE download

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Shot in Goldsborough Hall, the shoot was inspired by the pre-Raphaelite painting Flaming June, featuring a pomegranate toned two-piece from Miss He Bridal.

How perfect are the accessories by Glorious by Heidi!

Images courtesy of Boho Chic Weddings.

The shoot is featured in full in our November/December issue available now as a FREE download

How gorgeous is Dorreh and Alex's wedding - a Persian/English fusion - held at The Coniston Hotel. Read all about their fabulous day here!

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