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Why you should buy issue 16 of Your West Midlands Wedding magazine...

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October/November 2011


Central Birmingham venues
City chic settings


Forties vintage styling
Elegant gowns and accessories


Real weddings
Readers share their stories


Pampering treats
Sort out your pre-wedding beauty blues


Local news
All the latest from around the region


Historic settings
Venues that evoke the beauty of a bygone era


E-Shoot inspiration
Top tips and inspiring images


Planning advice
Top wedding experts offer their tips


Reception inspiration
Jennifer Kettle explains how to thrill guests with a gothic-themed day


Fashion news
Our fashion ed's top picks


Flowergirl fashion
Outfits the little ones will love to wear


Designer in the spotlight
We chat to Oldbury based milliner, Kerry Jane Aston


Beauty news
Essentials for the bride-to-be


Tried & Tested
Our team tests out wedding day scents


Expert advice
Local suppliers answer your questions on budgeting


Eco chic weddings
How to reduce your carbon footprint


Child's play
Be sure to keep the children entertained on the day


Grooms' fashion
How to rock a modern look on the big day


Grooms' news
What's happening in his world


The groom's view
Ned Mawding shares his experience of planning the honeymoon


Louise Prance discovers the delights of Cancun, Mexico



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This week, the editor loves...

Looking for the new pompom? These painted metal 'barn stars', made by the Amish people of Pennsylvania, would look great hung from the ceiling or propped on a mantlepiece at a rustic do. They're said to bring good luck and ward off evil spirits to boot. Available in three sizes and six colours, prices start from £28. www.lovestruck

Georgina Cassels
Georgina Cassels, Editor of Your West Midlands Wedding magazine

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Readers' poll

Who cares more about your big day - you or your hubby-to-be?

Definitely me, all he has to do is turn up!
He'll be doing the 'man stuff' such as suits and cars but he hasn't a clue about flowers.
I've been surprised by how involved he wants to be - but the details are my domain.
He's the original groomzilla - he has an opinion about everything.










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