New WED Cornwall out now!
Article Published: Wednesday 14th November, 2018 - 4:36pm
This new issue of Wed takes you on a adventure – from the faded grandeur of Enys House, where we shot our enchanting bridal fashion story, to the wild moors that meld together Cornwall’s Celtic past and literary heritage – giving you inspiration for your very own wedding-planning journey.
The styled shoots in this issue are some of the most creative we've seen, including ‘Amazing Grace’, which draws on inspiration from both classical Rome and sun-shimmering bridal party fashions against the backdrop of Tredudwell Manor’s new garden temple. Capturing the serenity and romance of the morning of a wedding at Treseren, formerly a Georgian mine captain’s home, ‘Lady Awaiting’ will give you inspiration galore for a contemporary and chic celebration.
No wedding-planning bible – as our readers often profess us to be – would be complete without practical help, and our all-encompassing features will guide you on the right path of decision-making. We cover a host of pre-wedding experiences with your friends (not just hen dos, although there are plenty of ideas for those too!), choosing or even making your one engagement ring, helping your groom to work the room, and how to choose your wedding party. There are features on hairstyles for all types of brides, how to incorporate children into your wedding day, and unique ways to travel when it comes to your wedding transport... and so much more!
We delve into the real weddings of our readers all over the county, from the carnival of colour that saw Emma and Jamie take their vows among hundreds of pom-poms, to Tom and Alice's on-the-water ceremony and lake-side celebrations to the sounds of acoustic musicians.
Plus, of course, there are the dresses. The gorgeous gowns. The new season's shapes, the colours, the designs, the soft-fitting fabrics and the layers of tulle. The unique, the chic, the amazing all-out, once-in-a-lifetime, all-eyes-on-you wedding dresses guaranteed to bring happy tears.
Find out more about the new issue here.
Wed is available from stockists across Cornwall, including WHSmith, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Martin McColl and independent newsagents. It's also available to order online.