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Heather and Chris' paths initially crossed through work. Once through a course they both attended and again two years later on the refresher. It was third time lucky though when they encountered each other once more on Guernsey where they were setting up a new retail store for the company they both worked for. During the short time Heather was there, they bantered as they strolled down to the shop, met for food and drinks in the evening and later went clubbing, where Chris treated her to his best dance moves. Heather had to leave the following day, while Chris needed to stay on another four weeks. But during that time they continued to message and call each other. When his time on the island was up Heather picked him up from Bristol airport and they shared their first official date at a Harvester. Chris lived in Somerset, while Heather's home was in Cheltenham so it took time and effort to keep in touch, but a few short weeks later the couple decided to move in together. “That's when our time together truly began, and the rest is history,” Heather says.

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Since 2016, Booth Nineteen's dapper photo booth attendants have been entertaining couples and guests across the region. Providing a nostalgic, vintage 1920s twist to your special day, while using high-quality DSLR cameras, Citizen sub-dye printers and LED lighting to ensure your online gallery is the perfect print quality on the day as well as to download and enjoy afterwards. With more than 200 five-star reviews across Google and Facebook, you can book knowing you're in good hands.

For further information head over to www.booth19.co.uk

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Victoria Spicer from Tory B Hair tells us her top tips for wearing your hair down on your big day.

"There are already so many elements to a wedding outfit that we don't normally wear on a day-to-day basis that sometimes it just feels right to let one part of yourself be natural. What better way than to let your hair shine in its true form? After all, who dons a veil to do the supermarket shop?! You'll look bridal anyway, but there's no reason you can't glow up your hair and have it on point for the big day.

"Keeping it in tip top condition is important. So, whether you opt for a salon deep-conditioning treatment or a home remedy; these help to remove product build up, hydrate your scalp and alleviate broken cuticles, which are responsible for keeping your hair strong and moisturised."

To find out more about Tory B Hair, visit www.torybhair.co.uk

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Jess and Tom met on Tinder, but most people assume they met at the hospital where she was a student nurse at the time and he was a student paramedic. Tom proposed while they were on holiday in Lanzarote with family. “Everyone was in on it except me!” Jess says. They all took a stroll together down to a secluded beach, and as they admired the views across the sea, Tom got down on one knee and asked Jess to marry him.

Friends recommended Berwick Lodge to the couple when they started looking for wedding venues, so they went to visit. “We fell in love with its beautiful features and it felt like a home from home,” Jess explains.

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Musician Lucy Harvey gives her top tips for choosing entertainment that will keep your guests happy.

"Live music! Always guaranteed to keep the mood joyful and get your guests tapping their feet or singing along. It can complement any point throughout your special day from pre-wedding ceremony music to setting-the-mood tunes during your drinks reception, or even the often over-looked early evening guest arrival. You don't have to save it until your evening bash.

"It also works perfectly alongside other entertainment, such as the background music while a close-up magician performs during a drinks reception or as a live soundtrack of your favourite songs during your wedding breakfast while you eat."

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Richard proposed to Shannon on Christmas Day 2017 with new beagle puppy, Reggie, on hand to assist. It was the couple's first Christmas in their new home together and he woke her up bright and early at 4am ready for the surprise. Initially bleary eyed, she found a light box displaying the words “will you marry me?” and Richard down on one knee in front of the Christmas tree with Reggie sitting beside him proudly proffering the engagement ring, which was attached to his collar. “Of course I said 'yes' and we couldn't wait to tell our family,” Shannon remembers.

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Captured at The Mount Without, this gorgeous shoot uses the earthy tones of its historical surroundings to create a swoon- worthy wedding palette. Oh-so modern hues of rust, peach, orange and gold blend seamlessly for a warm and romantic atmosphere. In fact the colours are carried cleverly throughout with great ideas for incorporating your scheme not just traditionally through the flowers, but also in the tableware via glasses, napkins, place names and favours. Plus, we're totally here for this chic yet relaxed bridal style.

The Grade II listed venue, located on St Michael's Hill in Bristol, is available to hire for weddings. Originally a church it's now an atmospheric creative space, also used for theatre and dance. It can accommodate guest lists from 40 up to 150 for the ceremony, with up to 200 welcome for the reception.

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Settling on a theme can be a tricky business, so the best way forward might be to consider your common ground. Karl Shoemark at Glastonbury-based Themes Inc says, “Why not find a wedding quiz or use your venue to make the decision for you? You might choose a theme inspired by where you met, a holiday you spent together or a dream adventure.” Alternatively, you may both decide to influence different areas. Wedding planner Samantha Smart from Wedding Regency says, “If the couple have different ideas then it may be worth combining two themes for example Harry Potter and Star Wars – it could be fun!”

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Recently-engaged TV personality Vicky Pattison has launched an exclusive bridal jewellery collection with Bath-based brand Abbott Lyon. This new range offers the perfect accessories to complement every step of a bride-to-be's journey to W-day.

The bespoke range consists of more than 30 pieces, including The Signature Pearl Name Necklace (£89), Tie The Knot Ring (£49), and Custom Initial Pearl Choker (£89), with pieces in the collection starting from just £25. All styles can be fully personalised, with the option to add a customised gift box for that extra special touch. The sustainable range is complemented by faux pearls, which symbolise love and beauty.

Shop the full collection at www.abbottlyon.com

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Hayley and James met while working in their local department store as teenagers. Hayley would go to the restaurant for lunch where James worked and he'd give her a meal for free in the hopes she'd keep coming back! “To me, Hayley was the most beautiful woman in the store. I was instantly drawn to what can only be described as the most unique laugh you can imagine! Paired with her beauty, kindness and smile, I was head over heels.” He finally gathered the courage to ask her out while giving away more free food, in this case a ring doughnut, which has since become a symbol of their relationship!

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