We love a unique and alternaive wedding mag and this one is set to be big in the south east,  featuring all things quirky, kitsch and FESTIVAL!!! Helen from www.doilydays.co.uk is the creative head behind the concept and you may already know of her creative talents.. She styles cool and quirky weddings and hires out a wicked retro wedding lounge as featured in our most recent Festival Wedding – Juhurstbury

Doily Days Loves Weddings is a 52 page full colour magazine. The emphasis of the magazine is to inspire brides with original editorial and beautiful photography while promoting local businesses within the industry. Agreements are in place and 10,000 copies of the launch issue will be distributed at wedding fairs, venues, bridal boutiques etc throughout Sussex from Spring 2013.

The magazine is going to be a bold, quirky wedding magazine full of unique ideas, inspiring editorial and beautiful photography. In the first issues, as well as adverts from amazing businesses within the industry, we’ll have: an article from Jackie James (Oooh Mrs James) entitled ‘would you sell your wedding dress’, a regular column by ‘Emily’ (marketing manager for The Arabian Tent Company but writing in a freelance capacity), a feature re wedding decor from Caroline Taylor of 91 magazine, a competition from Mr & Mrs Unique (to win a styled couple shoot – various articles and content including ‘the great balloon debate’, ‘thrifty ideas’, first dance playlist, car boot sale ‘cut out and keep’ shopping list etc.

AND…We are so excited to be featured in the first Doily Days mag.. So much to tell you all about and we just love seeing our ideas, thoughts and concepts in print!

The magazine will be free – distributed at wedding fairs, bridal boutiques, venues…. and anywhere remotely wedding related from the Spring. Distribution will run throughout Sussex and creep over the borders into Kent, Surrey and Hampshire.

For further information or to book advertising space, contact Helen  helen@doilydays.co.uk  | Phone: 07795 076553

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