What’s New In Weddings This Month

What’s New In Weddings This Month

Every month we round up the latest news and finds for brides-to-be. From romantic mini-moon hotels to a bridal designer with a difference – here are our picks for October.

FOR THE VENUE: Boconnoc House

This beautiful Georgian Grade II listed house can be found on the tranquil Boconnoc Estate – set at the end of a long private driveway, surrounded by trees and parkland. The interiors are a seamless blend of contemporary touches and historic features, resulting in a charming and luxurious aesthetic. For civil ceremonies, get married in the gorgeous settings of The Stable Yard, Bath House or Dorothy Garden, or for a church wedding, opt to say your vows in the estate’s striking 800-year-old church. Drinks on the lawns with spectacular views of the deer park and lake will make for ideal photo opportunities, while guests can stay in the stunning main house or in one of the beautiful cottages.

Visit Boconnoc.com


If you’re looking for something special to throw over your wedding dress, luxury British brand Jane & Tash specialises in faux fur, leather and knitwear. Having launched in August, The Bridal Collection offers a one-to-one service where you can create your perfect piece with hand-painted, embroidered, or monogrammed designs. Their buttery leather, off-white oversized jackets with puff sleeves should be high on your list. 

Visit JaneAndTash.co.uk

FOR THE HEN DO: Gigi & Olive

Gigi & Olive offer a curated edit of fun and beautiful bridal party gifts. Brides and bridesmaids can buy pretty personalised products and presents for bridal occasions. The website is a refreshing and tailored platform for all celebrations – think beautiful hen itineraries, delicate name bracelets and cocktail kits, silk eye masks, cute robes and personalised straw hats. Items are ethically sourced, handcrafted, and made to last, too.

Visit GigiAndOlive.com

FOR FACE COVERINGS: Hermione de Paula

Getting married during a pandemic shouldn’t hinder your style, so couture British bridal brand, Hermione de Paula, has designed a range of beautiful facemasks for those wanting to elevate a face covering into something special. Incorporating the most intricate embroidery and delicate floral beading on pastel-coloured lightweight silks, the brand also offers a personalisation service with names and dates, images and portraits.

Prices start from £50

Visit HermioneDePaulaBoutique.com

FOR A MINI-MOON: The Pig At Harlyn Bay

The latest opening from The Pig Group is set on the North Cornish coastline with beautiful beaches right on its doorstep. The grade II listed mansion has gorgeous views, acres of gardens, cute rustic treatment rooms – plus, snugs and secluded corners to cosy up in. Each bedroom is unique, with sumptuous linens, original features and quirky character. Choose a room in the main house with a sea view; in the Stonehouse set around a traditional stone courtyard; or opt for one of the four luxurious shepherd’s huts found near the peaceful kitchen garden. Food is locally-sourced and seasonal – book a table in the wood-panelled restaurant in the main house or at The Lobster Shed where you dine outside on the terrace under floral parasols.

Rooms start from £150

Visit ThePigHotel.com

FOR BRIDAL NAILS: Nude In The Tropics from Nails Inc. 

This new vegan, halal, and plant-based quad from Nails Inc. contains three gorgeous nudes and a clear gloss top coat – ideal for weddings and honeymoons, alike. ‘Everyday Self-Care’ is a pretty candy pink; ‘Weekday Wellness’ has a warm dusky colour; while ‘Mani Meditation’ is the perfect pale pink. The 73% plant-based formula is also gentler on nails, with bottle lids made from 100% FSC certified ash wood, too. 

Visit Nailsinc.com


Founder and creative director of Bon Bridé, Pippa Cooke, has created a distinctly modern brand for contemporary brides. With high necks, open backs, subtle pearl trims, long sleeves and an understated, relaxed aesthetic, the pieces include non-traditional details such as pockets, belts and raw hems. Using beautiful crepes and textured silks, if you’re looking for a unique dress with a sustainable ethos, then Bon Bridé might be the ‘one’.  

Visit BonBride.com


For more than 20 years, sisters Stephanie and Nicola have been designing for their luxury British accessory brand, Halo & Co. With backgrounds in jewellery and fashion, their contemporary pieces are popular with Royalty, celebrities, stylists and influencers – and are all handmade in England using traditional haute couture methods. From combs to vines, headbands to tiaras, head there to add some extra sparkle to your bridal look. 

Prices start from £200. A bespoke service is also available. 

Visit HaloAndCo.com

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