Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local wedding businesses, shops and suppliers in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.
Cotswold Vintage Party Hire mix various pieces of vintage furniture together, teamed with cushions and throws, to create an al fresco chill-out area at a wedding, www.cotswoldvintagepartyhire.co.uk
These fresh blooms displayed in a rustic milk churn - ideal for couples choosing spring as the season to get married in - are by Gloucestershire-based florist Kate's Cutting Patch, www.katescuttingpatch.co.uk
I love this image taken by Gloucestershire-based photographer Clem Stevens. He captures the natural beauty of the bride so well. See our latest issue for more of his work in our stunning photography feature and visit www.clemstevensphotography.co.uk
Summer is a great time to celebrate with an al fresco festival-themed day, and these tipis from Buffalo Tipi are the best way to impress your guests, www.buffalotipi.com
Wiltshire-based wedding cake designer www.flyingpigcakeemporium.co.uk has created this colourful four-tier donut design. Located in Calne, they make bespoke wedding cakes, cupcakes and iced biscuits.
Wessex Wedding Print Centre based in Wiltshire has created this Art Deco stationery ideal for Great Gatsby-inspired weddings, www.wessexweddingprint.co.uk
Gloucestershire-based artisan cheese company L'Affinage du Fromage offers a new range of cheese celebration cakes made using a wide variety of cheeses, including Martell's Single Gloucester. Visit www.laffinage.co.uk for the full selection on offer.
This is a sneak preview from our photography feature in our next June/July issue on sale at the end of May. Photographer Rosie Cutbill, based in Wiltshire, captures the look of love between a bride and her bridesmaids, and shows how the colour purple can work beautifully for a wedding,
Perrygrove Railway situated near Coleford in the Forest of Dean is a quirky wedding venue set in 22 acres. The rustic carriage shed is licensed for civil ceremonies with guests being transported on the steam train afterwards to an area called Rookwood ideal for erecting a tipi or a marquee, www.perrygrove.co.uk
When it's time for you look for local businesses to help you with your wedding, take a look at our advertisements below. Most will have links to their own websites. These advertisements are updated regularly so please revisit often and mention Your Glos & Wilts Wedding when making any enquiries.