Wedding couples can now head to the Kent countryside to make their own wedding rings

Want to make everlasting memories as well as making your very own wedding rings? Even with no previous experience you can make beautiful wedding rings in Shoreham under the expert guidance of Elizabeth Anne Norris.

Take some time out from wedding planning in a rural setting, just a short hop from the city.

Spend a fun-filled afternoon on a picturesque Victorian Dairy Farm creating your own wedding rings together.

Do something completely different to walking into a shop and buying generic wedding rings.

Today’s gorgeous couple celebrated with a stunning wedding at a sought after venue. We’re calling the happy pair C & R for privacy reasons. They’re absolutely lovely and they’ve written some fabulous reviews for favourite wedding suppliers, along with a wonderful write up of their incredible wedding day. As always, we will be sharing more on @englishweddingblog over on insta, so make sure you’re following us, as well as the amazing Wiltshire wedding photographer @gregshinglerphotography who captured their day!

Wedding photographer’s website

Greg Shingler https://www.gregshingler.co.uk/

We absolutely can’t let a leap year pass by without mentioning leap year proposals – a cute tradition, perhaps a little outdated now the patriarchy is beginning to crumble (who’s with me?!), but still makes for a fun blog post!

If you haven’t a clue what I’m on about, a leap year was traditionally the one day of the year when women could propose. Of course, 1) I’m not sure where that leaves queer couples and 2) it’s not the 1800s any more so ANYONE can propose at ANY TIME!

We always ask our couples to share their best wedding moment, and Steph’s is lovely… but I have my own from this amazing wedding. It’s absolutely the moment the groomsmen picked Steph up for that classic photo – and in this case, it was carnage. Brilliant Devon wedding photographer Kayleigh at Snapdragon Photography captured every slip, and it’s guaranteed to make you grin!

Of course, wedding blogs are about magical moments, and this incredible day is full of love, beautifully styled and fabulously creative. We adore that it’s sustainable too. Scroll to see all the images and to read the happy couple’s reviews of their favourite suppliers for their Hallsannery House wedding.

This wedding is an absolute beauty!!! Faye & Dean styled their day with a fantasy book theme (I’d be on the Rain Wilds table, which I love!) The gorgeous pair got wed at The Ferry House, one of our favourite Kent wedding venues. Danny Jack was their photographer. The images are out of this world, and Danny gets a glowing review from Faye & Dean below!

Wedding photographer’s website

Danny Jack https://dannyjackphotography.co.uk

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