Bride Anna was stung by a wasp and managed to get a lot of sheep poo on her dress, but it was nothing some carpet cleaner and a lot of adrenalin couldn't fix! See more of her big day in our May/June issue!
Oisín proposed to Amy on holiday in Spain with Amy's mam and dad. “Being traditional, Oisín asked my parents first, even getting my mam to pack the ring as he knew I'd want to know what going in our own luggage!” continues the bride. “He popped the question after dinner one night, taking me for a walk along the beach before getting down on one knee. It was the easiest 'yes' of my life!”
Want to know all about their wedding? Our May/June issue will tell you all...
I'm in LOVE with this look from make-up artist Laura Mac! Find out how you can get the look by looking out for our May June issue, coming soon to Your North East Wedding!
Looking for nice grounds for your wedding? Beamish Hall is a breath-taking piece of 13th century architecture, secluded within the rolling hills of the Derwent Valley. Its 24 acres of parkland offers unlimited inspiration for photo opportunities, creating perfect memories and those priceless moments you and your guests will cherish forever. More about this venue and others can be found in our March/April issue.
Mark Lewis met Mark Westgarth on a dating app in 2017. “We discovered we had quite a lot in common,” says Mark L. “Mark's a bus driver, and so's my stepdad, and we realised they knew each other before we'd met!” Read all about their day by clicking here for our latest issue!
Pets are family; enough said – so why leave your fur baby at home while you celebrate without them? Take any stress out of the equation with Whitely Bay's Walk & Woof Dog Services; on hand to offer a bespoke dog wedding chaperone service so your four legged bestie enjoys your day as much as you. They are man's best friend, after all...
Worried over how to get to the ceremony on time? "Super-organisational skills and communication is key when you're arranging for not just you to get to the ceremony on time," says Laura Keno from Cleveland's VW Splitty Wedding Hire. "Traditionally the bridal party arrives last – think groomsmen, groom, bridesmaids then bride and the person giving her away. However, we do many variations, and our advice is whatever suits – as long as you're all there for the wedding then that's what matters most!" Read more in our latest issue!
“Your wedding ceremony sets the tone for your day, so booking a celebrant needs to be at the core of every other plan you make,” says Nichola Reeder from Stockton on Tees Rebel Heart Ceremonies. “Whereas a 'traditional' ceremony recognises a change in your legal status by becoming officially married, a celebrant ceremony tells your love story authentically as you pledge to spend the rest of your lives together." Find out more from Nichola by reading our latest issue of Your North East Wedding.
Looking for a caterer? Consider Jacob & Tori, based in Newcastle. “Offering a fully bespoke service, we send out initial menu examples, however, we love hearing your preferences and ideas, as everyone has a different vision of what they want their catering to be," says Jacob & Tori's Emma Elliott. "Sharing-style meals have been popular of late, but at the end of the day it's what you as a couple want.”