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 Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wedding when making any enquiries.
Look what catches the eye of the editor with a special emphasis in local Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire wedding businesses, shops and suppliers.
Madda Events, a Berkshire-based company, offer mobile bar hire that includes a vintage Horsebox Bar. It's self-contained, can be towed to almost any location and has been decorated with copper light fittings, an oak wood counter and includes a full-size fridge.
To book, call https://maddaevents.co.uk and read more about it in our latest issue available to download now for FREE!
I love an elegant white function suite as a beautiful backdrop for a wedding theme and this pale pink palette works so well with it. This beautiful backdrop can be found at Easthampstead Park in Wokingham, Berkshire, a Jacobean-style Grade II listed quintessentially English mansion house built in 1864 and packed full of history and charm.
Visit https://eastpark.co.uk to find out more and download our latest issue for FREE here to read all about it!
How wildly romantic does wedding venue Wasing Park in Berkshire look here? It's a barn set in the grounds of the Wasing Estate fusing country with contemporary. It's home to a collection of historical buildings including the Castle Barn and a Victorian summerhouse. This structure located in the Terrace Garden is licensed for ceremonies and indoor nuptials take place in the Garden Room with its white walls and wooden floors.
To read more, download our latest issue available now for FREE!
To book, call 0118 907 0199 or visit www.wasing-weddings.co.uk
I adore the real wedding of Erin and James in our latest issue available to download now for free, featured on page 37. Erin's beautiful bridal bouquet featured a Protea, the national flower of South Africa, as a nod to her home country. The couple's flowers were arranged by www.loveatfirstsightstyling.co.uk at their wedding that took place at www.etoncollege.com/college-life/chapel followed by a glamorous reception at www.stokeplace.co.uk
I love this set-up at Stanlake Park Wine Estate in Berkshire that provided the stunning backdrop for this cream, green and blush-themed shoot decorated with gold accents.
It was caught on camera by the talented www.stonephotos.co.uk and the full shoot and supplier list can be seen in our latest issue available to download here for free.
To find out more about weddings at this venue, visit stanlakeparkweddings.com
Beryl the vintage caravan can be hired for a wedding as a photo booth with a difference. Beryl comes fully equipped with an eclectic mix of props, from vintage top hats and handmade masks, to retro brass instruments.
To book, visit www.berylvintagecaravan.com and download our latest issue here for free for more fun big-day ideas!
If I was planning my wedding, this handmade macrame backdrop, available to hire from The Boho Shack, would be at the top of my wish-list!
Download our new issue available now for FREE to read about the talented suppliers involved, and to see more of their big-day ideas.
Photography courtesy of www.enekastewart.com
Coral Lace Cakes, a family-run business based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire run by sisters Carreen and Leanra Francis, has designed these fabulous favours. See more big-day designs at www.corallacecakes.co.uk
View more ideas and inspiration in our new issue out this week. Download your complimentary copy here!
This pastel-coloured balloon installation by www.foreverandadayevents.co.uk featured in the regional photo shoot in our latest issue really made me smile!
For more fabulous big-day ideas, check out or latest issue available to download here for FREE!