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Mobile horsebox bars make for an eye-catching feature at a wedding – but you won’t find another quite as special as the English Spirit Horsebox Bar. Crafted from an Ifor Williams horsebox trailer, it’s been customised with solid oak shelves and a copper sheet roof. And the best bit? It is stocked entirely with a unique collection of the very finest craft spirits and liqueurs from English Spirit. Priding themselves on the unparalleled quality of their artisan spirits, the UK’s original small batch distillers offer everything from gin and tonics and exotic cocktails to fruit liqueurs and small batch special editions. Tailoring your menu to your requirements as well as taking care of all licensing, power, serving and payments, this stylish horsebox is set to be a sure-fire winner come the big day!

A showstopping option for a wedding, The 2 Lisas offer an elegant and dazzlingly unique aerial performance to captivate your guests during the celebrations. You might have your welcome drinks poured from above by an aerialist hanging upside down or a gentle-paced, freestyle movement to music as your guests enter. The two talented acrobats will then perform the big spectacle moment, guaranteeing a wow-worthy performance. There’s even an option for the bride or groom to climb up and spin around in the hoop – a photo opportunity not to be missed!

We’re big fans of a multitasking item, especially when they’re this cute! These glass tea lights from Kiss Air make super-sweet place cards, which also double as favours. Choose from three gorgeous fragrances – lemon sherbet, rose, or vanilla pod – and names can be printed to match your colour scheme. With each candle presented in its own organza bag, the natural soy wax candles will be a much treasured favour – and do away with the need for separate place cards. Double the delight!

Ice cream will always go down a storm, whatever your wedding date. Made with Devonshire milk, the creamy, moreish options from Salcombe Dairy will have your guests queuing for more, with the tricycle the ice creams are served from stirring sweet seaside memories. Flavours include banoffee, popcorn, stem ginger, and chocolate and honeycomb, as well as traditional flavours such as clotted cream vanilla, raspberry ripple, and strawberries and cream. There’s also an appetising selection of sorbets and frozen yoghurt, a mouthwatering blend of double cream and whole natural yoghurt from Devon. You can even add personalised lids for a tasty tailor-made twist!

A fun way to invite guests to your wedding, we love The Wedding Tea Towel Company, who’ll print all your big day info on a tea towel in a design of your choice (and they’re postbox-friendly, so no giant postage costs to worry about). Chosen by Wed Magazine’s very own Rebecca and Brendan for their wedding, they’re unique, on-trend… and practical too!

words Lucy Higgins

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