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Editor loves and inspiration

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

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Proteas make an excellent focal point in a bridal bouquet. Did you know, they're said to represent change and hope?

See more of this gorgeous shoot in the May/Jun 2020 issue of Your Kent Wedding, FREE to download now at www.yourkent.wedding/free-download

Flowers by www.mimifleur.co.uk
Image courtesy of www.fleurchallisphotography.com

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Bold pops of pink and purple brought this boho shoot to life.You can find it in all its glory in the May/Jun issue of Your Kent Wedding, FREE to download now at: www.yourkent.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.emmastokesphotography.co.uk

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I adore this shot of Claire making her way down the stairs at the beautiful Sprivers Mansion (www.spriversmansion.co.uk), her frothy gown flowing behind her. Discover more about her big day on page 49 of the May/Jun issue of Your Kent Wedding, FREE to download now: www.yourkent.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.pennyyoungphotography.com

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It's great to make use of local landmarks in your wedding photos: Katy and Harry popped over to the Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, to capture some character-filled snaps with their photographer. Find out more about their big day in the May/Jun 2020 issue of Your Kent Wedding, FREE to download now: www.yourkent.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.billfarnhamphotography.com

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I can't get enough of Laura's wedding dress, Yocelyn by Watters. Find out more about her big day in the Mar/Apr 2020 issue, free to download now - www.yourkent.wedding/free-download

Image courtesy of www.rebeccadouglas.co.uk

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Cuteness overload! As long as they stay on that side of the glass that is! Did you know you can spend the night alongside Port Lympne's newest feline arrivals at the Lion Lodge?

For more wedding news from around the county check out the latest issue of Your Kent Wedding - www.yourkent.wedding/buy-a-copy

Head over to www.aspinallfoundation.org for more on the Lion Lodge

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How sweet are these dainty little wedding favour bags complete with a delicious looking macaron? The rustic-chic labels mean they could double up as place names.

Check out the full shoot in the current issue of Your Kent Wedding - www.yourkent.wedding/buy-a-copy

Image courtesy of www.matildadelvesweddingphotography.com
Favour bags by www.makeitfriday.co.uk

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This simple yet sophisticated invitation design by www.heathercorthinedesign.com is the height of modern elegance, and I love, love, LOVE it!

Check out the full styled shoot in the current issue of Your Kent Wedding - www.yourkent.wedding/buy-a-copy

Shoot images courtesy of Stephanie Chapman Photography and Sarah Capon Photography

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Just sipping Champagne at the Hythe Imperial Hotel's Moet & Chandon bar, darling. It's the only one in Kent, don't you know?

Check out this sophisticated shoot in the current issue of Your Kent Wedding - www.yourkent.wedding/buy-a-copy

Image courtesy of www.samanthajonesphotography.co.uk
Venue www.hytheimperial.co.uk

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The groomsmen's attire denoted their roles in Sandie and Matt's wedding party – a super-smart touch. The groom was dressed in a navy tail suit, whereas the groomsmen's were of a standard design. They accessorised with navy wool ties and a silk tie for the father-of-the-bride, while the Matt and his best men wore bow ties.

Find out more about the couple's big day in the current issue of Your Kent Wedding - www.yourkent.wedding/buy-a-copy

Image courtesy of www.charlenewebbphotography.co.uk
Suit from www.thekentweddingcentre.com