Wonderful wedding tales in the latest edition of A Suffolk Ceremony
01 Oct 2019
Featuring seven civil weddings in Suffolk, the autumn/winter edition of A Suffolk Ceremony will leave you feeling inspired
The perfect publication to plan your civil wedding in Suffolk, A Suffolk Ceremony magazine is produced in conjunction with Suffolk County Council.
From information on giving notice and a directory of registration offices, to a useful bridal countdown and venue styling ideas, the autumn/winter edition offers all you need to ensure your civil wedding goes without a hitch.
The real weddings section is packed with inspiration and some beautiful love stories to boot.
Meet Bev and John Major who were together for 25 years before they decided to tie the knot, spurred by the cancer diagnosis of a close friend and a realisation that you don't know what tomorrow brings. The couple arranged a charity head shave and decided to marry later in the year. However, when they met with the registrar their plans changed and they decided to hold their wedding the day before the fundraiser - allowing just 28 days to plan the big day. Did they manage to marry and host the charity event in the space of two days?
And if you're looking to put your own personal stamp on your wedding day, read more about Jacqui Howard and Allen Saunders' quirky DIY wedding at Honington & Sapiston Village Hall. The Moomins, Formula 1 and Europe were the couple's main wedding themes, however nods to Star Wars and Grease were also incorporated for a truly unique day to be remembered.
Whatever your style or size of wedding, the real weddings in A Suffolk Ceremony AW19 are guaranteed to help you make progress with your own plans...with a smile and a tear along the way.
Click here to browse the latest edition of A Suffolk Ceremony magazine or pick up a copy from your local registration office.