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.
Monday dress inspiration from the boutique behind this fashionable style as well as our fabulous cover this issue:
“Floaty, bohemian styles are on-trend for this new season, with soft fabrics, exposed corsetry and unique lace varieties." - Rhian Jenkins, director and consultant, New Beginnings
To shop, visit www.newbeginningsmk.co.uk
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With the summer heatwave in full swing, what better way to celebrate the return of big weddings than with a tipi hired from Fireflower Tipis? They're located in Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire but cover weddings and events throughout the South West and nationwide.
Bespoke quotes are provided based on each event, visit http://fireflowertipis.com to find out more.
Image courtesy of Lisa Jade Photography
Enjoy the heatwave with the launch of Cotswolds No. 3 Wildflower Gin from The Cotswolds Distillery. This new expression is a blend of hand-picked genepi, mint, yarrow and other select botanicals layered over a classic London Dry gin.
Inspired by the wildflowers growing in the 'glorious grasslands' of the Cotswolds, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Wildflower Gin Collection has been created by marrying premium botanicals with the gin distilling and blending skills of the Cotswolds Distillery team.
Cotswolds No. 3 Wildflower Gin brings zesty, citrus flavours to the palate and has a refreshingly dry finish and is delicious served as a gin spritz.
To shop, visit https://www.cotswoldsdistillery.com
Wild Life Botanicals, a sparkling wine created in Cornwall that's ultra-low in alcohol (0.5% ABV) yet ultra-high in goodness, is the ideal option for wedding guests who want to toast the couple with a sophisticated fizz.
It's infused with an uplifting elixir of eight vitamins, minerals and five botanicals each chosen for their health-giving properties, and available to buy nationwide.
To shop, visit https://wildlifebotanicals.co.uk
How romantic is this black and white shot expertly captured by Gabrielle McMillan Photography?
Bride Kat and her new hubby Paul enjoyed their reception at The Tudor Barn Burnham on 14th March 2020 just before the lockdown restrictions hit. They hired a DJ and disco and everyone had so much fun dancing!
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Kat and Paul's reception at The Tudor Barn Turnham, that followed a church ceremony at Holy Trinity Penn, was styled with romantic red touches and a nod to their love of animals.
Their table names were after their family pets and their place names were wooden sausage dog shapes.
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Photography courtesy of www.gabriellemcmillan.com
Luxury riverside hotel Oakley Court located in Berkshire was the chosen venue for Kimberley and Mike's wedding with narrowboat Louisa providing the perfect big-day backdrop.
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Photography courtesy of Simon Clarkson
Annette and Will Bevan married on 1st June 2019 at Henley Register Office followed by a reception at Hillfields Farm on the Oxfordshire and Berkshire border. Their rustic country wedding saw guests enjoy a vintage-themed afternoon tea.
Read all about it in our new issue available to download now for FREE and see more of photographer Annabel Farley's work here.
Stokes Farm Barn located in Wokingham, Berkshire, offers two barns to hire for weddings. Firstly, there's the Victorian structure featuring tall ceilings and beams decorated with fairylights, statement pendant lights and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The lower barn has bi-fold doors flooding the space with natural light and opening on to the walled patio. The L-shaped design offers a cosy vibe with reclaimed wood, exposed brick walls and underfloor heating, and there's also disabled access.
To read more, download our latest issue for FREE and visit www.stokesfarmbarn.co.uk
Image courtesy of www.tomhampsonphotography.com
Newly engaged this bank holiday weekend? You might want to consider investing in a sparkler from jeweller Louise Parry located just across the border from Oxfordshire in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. She specialises in commissioned and limited-edition jewellery, timepieces and silverware handmade in her workshop and showroom and her exquisite designs include this Halo ring.
To see more of her work visit www.louiseparry.co.uk and to read more about what she offers for weddings, download our latest issues now for FREE!