Unlike any national magazine, our 19 regional County Wedding Magazines are packed with area-specific features, venues in your area, inspirational real weddings and regular features such as bridal fashion, beauty, photography, cars, stationery, flowers, cakes, music, entertainment, catering, hair & beauty, plus much more.
So when you decide to look for local suppliers, wedding retailers and service providers, our magazines can really help you plan your wedding.
We also have regular exciting competitions, giveaways and lots more. Quite simply, all the information you will ever need to get married in your area.
We have 19 wedding titles covering counties and regions throughout most of England and Wales.
All 19 titles are freely available as a high quality eMagazines, so read as many as you like covering your area.
County Wedding Events is delighted to announce its Signature Event at the iconic Wembley Stadium - one of the largest and best wedding shows to be held in London.
Personalised Wedding Gifts
Memorable presents for bride and groom.
Farrar & Tanner offer a wide range of beautiful, stylish, and thoughtful wedding gifts - many handcrafted, and all high-quality. From gift boxed fine wines and Champagnes to sleek, modern homeware and hand-blown glasses, selecting a delightful gift to spoil your favourite couple on their big day is easy. Most items can be personalised with a name, date, or special message too - creating wonderful memories that last a lifetime.
The most spectacular setting for the most special day... High Force Hotel and Waterfall is one of the most unique venues in the country. The hotel is set in the midst of scenic Upper Teesdale and is surrounded by some of the most stunning, unspoilt natural scenery. In fact, it is so special it is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Langley Castle is the ideal castle wedding venue for the perfect fairy tale marriage. Its medieval grandeur opens up limitless options. Let your imagination run wild when planning your dream Northumberland wedding. We are not just the choice of brides from Northumberland but of couples from across the UK and the wider world too. They recognise that what we offer is wholly unique and want their place in the history of one of Britain’s best castle hotels.
The wedding is one of Mums biggest days, the mother of the bride is the traditional hostess of the wedding. She ensures the day goes smoothly and provides support to the bride. At Mariannes we recognise this and offer personal service and beautiful outfits for the Mothers of the Bride and Groom.
Okana is the perfect place to say “I do”. The picturesque venue in the heart of Newcastle with plenty of character hosts an entire upstairs with the capability of being kitted out exactly to your liking. With our grand staircase for that perfect photo opportunity, to a private bar for you and your guests, get in touch today to find out more!
St Mary’s Heritage Centre is a former medieval church, fully restored to showcase the original beauty of the stonework and pillars, but blended with modern improvements.
The main hall offers a grand, light and unique wedding reception space with plenty of character. The smaller adjacent space, the Chancel, provides additional reception space or bar area.
The light oak hardwood floor and large glass panels tie together the architecture of this historic building.
Our gorgeous Award winning boutique is on the outskirts of the beautiful city of Durham, close to major road links and was carefully selected to make sure that we can offer the most amazing Bridal experience for our brides and their family and friends during their private appointment.
We offer free parking, longer than average appointment times and a dedicated experienced bridal consultant and luxury private bridal suite and refreshments for the duration of your visit.
What could be better than getting married in the building that was created by love? The Bowes Museum is a breathtakingly stunning grade 1 listed French chateau style building, founded by John and Josephine Bowes who adored each other and who were passionate about collecting art and they wanted to share that with the people of the area they loved in the picturesque Teesdale market town of Barnard Castle.