Facebook Twitter Pinterest
Your South Wales Wedding magazine HomeBuy a copy of Your South Wales Wedding magazineWedding of the YearFashionFind a service
Real weddingsHoneymoonsWinPlanning toolsNewsletters
NewsEventsGet involvedSubscribe to Your South Wales Wedding magazineOur magazinesExpert advice

Why you should buy issue 19 of Your South Wales Wedding magazine...

<< View previous issues

May/June 2011


Vintage gowns
Looks inspired by the 1950s


Reception themes
How about a wedding with festival flair?


Venues in Cardiff
We highlight settings just outside the city centre


Local boutique collections
We chat to the owners of local bridal boutiques


Bridal news
What's going on in the world of weddings


Stately home settings
Our pick of venues in the region


Real weddings
Readers share their stories


Blog love
We chat to top bloggers - Rock My Wedding


Fashion news
Danielle Wilkins reveals the latest style news


Bridal beauty
Check out our tried and tested page, plus read the latest beauty news


Expert advice
This issue our experts show you how to break from tradition


Something special
Our ideas for your something old, new, borrowed and blue


Feeling fragrant
How aromatherapy can set the scene for your nuptials


Music ideas
Every big day needs the perfect wedding soundtrack...


Breaking the ice
Top tips to get your guests chatting


Let him be inspired by the latest news and trends


The groom's view
Ned Mawding's view on the gift list


Honeymoon in Mauritius
Our travel editor discovers the island's quiet side


Setting up home
Decorate your pad with oriental-inspired items



issue 19


Printed Copy

Out of Stock



Click here to use our online ordering service


Other titles from County Wedding Magazines...


Essex Berks, Bucks & Oxon Bristol & Somerset East Anglian East Midlands Hampshire & Dorset
Herts & Beds Kent London Manchester Merseyside North East
Surrey Sussex West Midlands Yorkshire 

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 South Wales Wedding magazine

Loved by Your South Wales Wedding magazine


Search this website:  


Find that Special Something

Planning your big day? Search our comprehensive directory of service providers from your area:


Facebook Find us on
  Twitter Find us
on Twitter


Peterstone Court Hotel


Henrietta Hire


Newsletter Registration
Simply enter your email address in the box below and click register to receive our monthly email newsletter containing announcements, new articles, competitions, promotions etc.

In the run up to your big day, it's the perfect way to stay informed so that you can make all the best choices for your wedding.


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.










Advertise with usHome pageNewslettersBuy a copyNews headlinesPrevious issuesPrivacyContact us
Real weddingsExpert adviceFashionHoneymoonsWinPlanning toolsEvents
Find a serviceOur magazinesWedding of the YearGet involvedAdvertiser login
Buy a back issue
Contact the
Pantile House | Newlands Drive | Witham | Essex | CM8 2AP | UK
Tel: +44 (0)1376 514000 | Email: enquiries@kdmediapublishing.com
KD Media Publishing