Posts Tagged ‘Magazine Issue 6’

Real Wedding: Abigail and Matthew’s Outdoor Inspired Wedding at Whinstone View

Teenage sweethearts Abigail and Matthew were both members of Redcar’s young firefighter association back in 2003 when then first started dating. “It was 13th August 2014, Matt being his spontaneous self-asked if we could go for a late walk on the beach with fish and chips. I remember laughing at him as it was quite hot out yet he put on his […] Read more >

The Arches Country House

An idyllic hidden gem of a location for your wedding day. Set amongst the Hummersea Cliffs with breathtaking views of the North Yorkshire Coastline, The Arches Country House is an independent, family owned and run accommodation located close to Saltburn. “We pride ourselves on our relaxed and informal atmosphere and we only offer exclusive use of our venue”. We caught up with […] Read more >

The Groom’s Guide – How to Fold a Pocket Square

Don’t just stuff it in your top pocket any-old-how. James Bond wouldn’t do that. Step One – Start out by laying the pocket square on a flat surface. Step Two – Fold one corner in so that you get two overlapping triangles (they don’t want to line up exactly, giving you two points at the tip). Step Three – Fold one side […] Read more >

Sporting Lodge Inns

“Here at Sporting Lodge Inns, Teesside we want to make your Wedding Day as stress-free and enjoyable as possible. With our flexible packages you have the enjoyment of being able to select each element of your special day from the menus and drinks packages to the decorations and entertainment but with the added luxury of our Wedding Coordinator being able to bring […] Read more >

Real Wedding: Lauren and Andrew’s DIY Vintage Wedding at Lartington Hall

Lauren and Andrew met on an evening in Durham. Lauren was out for a friend’s birthday and Andrew was on an impromptu night out. “Andrew and I had gone to Edinburgh for a weekend break. Andrew proposed in Edinburgh Zoo – it was a hot summer’s day and he chose a secluded spot at the top of a hill which overlooked the […] Read more >

The Parkmore Hotel

Spacious, extremely accommodating and with a wealth of experience in hosting elegant weddings tailored to your requirements, The Parkmore Hotel in Eaglescliffe is the perfect choice. With two beautiful rooms to choose from to host your service and reception (although The Parkmore Hotel only holds one wedding a day!), you have true flexibility for creativity, safe in the knowledge that the hotel […] Read more >

5 Minutes with . . . Blackwell’s Butchers

Blackwell’s Butchers has always had a cult following of its own. Famed not only for its meats, the service and artisan lines from local producers also set it worlds apart from your everyday village butcher shop. Having provided a wedding catering service for a number of years, the acquisition of their cool Street Food Van brings a new and exciting concept to […] Read more >

The Groom’s Guide – How to Tie a Bow Tie

Left to tie your own bow tie on the Big Day? YouTube just not helping? Check this out –practice makes perfect! Step One – Start with the bowtie lying with the fancy side up. Adjust so right side is shorter than the left. The left end is A and the end on the right, we’ll call B. Step Two – Move A […] Read more >

Grinkle Park Hotel

An elegant baronial mansion, Grinkle Park rests between the North Yorkshire Moors and the stunning North East coast, near Whitby. Surrounded by 35 acres of beautiful grounds, including secluded woodland, tranquil lake and breathtaking views across the moors. This is a gem of a venue whether you are looking for an intimate wedding in their Camelia Suite or a more lavish affair […] Read more >

5 Minutes with . . . The Light Shack

Dave O’Donnell is one of those beachy, relaxed, creative types that, shortly after meeting him, makes you decide you want his lifestyle. Tucked away in a suite of studios rented out to fellow artisans of various crafts, passion for his work pours out of him, and he spends his days working out amazing new concepts for handcrafted illuminated retro and rusted signage […] Read more >