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A guest article from HeadBox
Header image by Becky Harley Photography – full feature here

With human damage to the environment increasingly under the microscope, more and more couples are planning eco-friendly weddings in a bid to cut down their carbon footprint, and it’s not hard to see why.

According to the Green Bride Guide, the average wedding can rack up a massive 400lbs of waste and a frightening 63 tonnes of CO2 – the same amount that five people would produce in an entire year!

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Gorgeous couple Madeleine and Andrew celebrated their wedding at Hedsor House in Buckinghamshire in November. Theirs was an elegant autumnal English wedding packed full of personal touches, with black tie dress for the boys and our stunning bride in a classic and beautiful Suzanne Neville dress, purchased from Ellie Sanderson in Beaconsfield. The flowers are warm, colourful and perfectly arranged; the photographs of their day just exquisite – they’re by Katherine Yiannaki Photography.

Madeleine & Andrew's elegant autumn wedding at Hedsor, with Katherine Yiannaki Photography (25)

Wedding photographer’s website:

http://katherineyiannaki.com/

How did you choose your photographer?

We loved Katherines classic yet relaxed style of photography. She was recommended through a family friend

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Alongside the necktie, the classic pocket square has become a quintessential component in formal accessorising, especially at ceremonies and receptions, where guests often include it as part of their wedding suits to add a splash of colour and subtle sophistication.

But it’s true that many don’t understand the most common methods for folding a pocket square or handkerchief, often resulting in a ruffled mess poking out jacket pockets.

In this guide we will tell you about the three most popular methods for folding a pocket square, alongside a step-by-step guide, so you can easily utilise them for your next wedding appointment.

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So today’s wedding is an absolute DREAM!!! I have fallen head over heels for our stunning couple Daisy & Alex, for the FABULOUS florals by Dartmoor Flowers and the prettiest images by lovely Clare Kinchin Photography.

Daisy & Alex's beautiful Lakeview Manor (Devon) wedding, with Clare Kinchin Photography (21)

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Daisy & Alex tied the knot at Lakeview Manor in Devon, on a beautifully sunny day in June. Their style is neutral glam, with so many beautifully elegant details, from Daisy’s breathtaking Willowby by Watters dress (from The Ivory Secret Bridal Boutique) to the mini rose gold bauble place card holders and eucalyptus sprig place settings. Oh, and don’t miss the bouncy castle photos towards the end of the post… they are just so uniquely brilliant and Daisy’s face is a picture!

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A guest article by Lily Arkwright
Lily Arkwright is an English Wedding member

2019 was the year of petite rings with couples moving away from classical choices towards contemporary vintage designs for a differentiated style. This year, uniqueness is expected to continue as brides-to-be want their ring to shine amongst the crowd. Think bespoke designs, new ways of wearing and uncommon cuts and metals, we’ve summarised this year’s most popular Lily Arkwright moissanite engagement rings to help you choose the perfect ring for your 2020 engagement.

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Modern blue styling ideas with calligraphy for an alternative beach wedding (18)

Image credit: Oobaloos Photography

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