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An entrepreneur's plans to create a boutique wine hotel at a historic town centre building have been given the green light.
A tower in a medieval city wall has been transformed into an intimate wedding venue where dogs can also tie the knot.
Meet the wedding chaperone making the big day even more special for dog-loving couples.
A family estate kept out of public view for decades is to become a wedding venue from next year - despite a string of objections from neighbours.
Couples rushed to tie the knot ahead of new restrictions on numbers which wedding planners say will devastate the industry.
Owners of an old rectory turned B&B have ambitious plans to become a wedding venue but it has prompted traffic and noise concerns from neighbours
Michelle and Paul Cousins were so keen to marry at Cooling Castle, they were prepared to wait two years to have their perfect, intimate wedding.
When a music teacher and a drama teacher decided to tie the knot, it was no surprise they came up with some creative flourishes for their big day.
Today's bride can choose from traditional techniques to floral creations, and specialist bridal hairdresser Suzy Stockwin is there to create them.
Historic Penshurst Place is marking its 25th anniversary as a wedding venue with a special event - and it wants you to be there.
Planning a wedding in Kent? Then you'll want to pick up a copy of this year's Kent Wedding Day, packed with ideas, tips and the trends for 2020.
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