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Deep in the southern county of Surrey is the village of Cobham. In this lovely countryside is situated the Hilton Hotel. The name Hilton inspires luxury but this hotel also makes for a great wedding venue. They are licensed for civil weddings in two of their main function rooms which hold up to 300 guests. Set within 27 acres of woodlands, the grounds of the Hilton Hotel Cobham create a wonderful backdrop for fabulous photos. The interiors are elegantly decorated even the floors have a fantastic woodland themed pattern.

Surrey Wedding Photographers at The Wedding Lookbook had enormous fun being part of someone’s great day here and hope to do so again.

Here at The Wedding LookBook, we are familiar with the Hilton Hotel Cobham Wedding Venue so we can help get the most out of this stunning venue. As well as the fact that we work closely with Hilton attending all their wedding open days and fairs as one of their top suppliers.

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Just a couple of junctions away from our base in Caterham, off the M25 you will find the Reigate Hill Golf Club. This lovely course deep in the Surrey Hills landscape makes for a fantastic Wedding Venue.

Whether you are looking for catering for the whole marriage ceremony or just for your reception in Surrey area, Reigate Hill Golf Club could be the venue for you. It boasts a flexible and user-friendly atmosphere. Our Surrey wedding photographers at The Wedding Lookbook really enjoyed photographing at this relaxing, one-stop Wedding Venue.

At Reigate Hill Golf Club, the Ceremony halls and reception area open out onto a sunlight veranda. Your guests can take in glorious views of the golf course greens. We wish the newly wedded couple all the best for the future and hope they have many more celebrations in the years to come.

The Wedding LookBook is familiar with the venue and its grounds, so we can help get the most out of this stunning venue. Furthermore, we attend their wedding fairs and are now one of their recommended suppliers. This means we help with your dress,  wedding suits and flowers. Contact us here at the Wedding LookBook today for further information or to book your special day at this gorgeous Wedding Venue.

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To be prepared or when you buy your wedding dress it is important that you have a note of your sizes. I would recommend going to a tailor as they will give you the most accurate measurements, which will therefore end up with the most well-fitted dress. However if you are like most of the general population and don’t have access to a tailor all you need is a fabric tape measure and a trusted friend or family member.

First thing to do is remember you will not be wearing clothes under your dress so try and make sure you have on good underwear or indeed the underwear you are planning to wear on the day. You will need to measure the Bust, Waist, Hips, Hollow to Hem and if you are wearing a dress with sleeves the Arm Girth and Inside Sleeve. Remember to have a pen and piece of paper to hand in order to keep track.

Bust- Your bust is not your bra size so don’t automatically go on what the measurement is in your bra.  Take the tape around your back and bring it across the fullest part of your bust which is across your nipples. Arms should ideally be down at your sides as they would be when wearing the dress.

Waist- Measure the smallest part of your waist, normally an inch or so above your belly button. Take the tape all the way around to measure. Remember try not to suck in as you will want to be able to breathe on your wedding day.

Hips- The widest part of your lower body, measure across the hipbone. Take the tape all the way around about 7 inches below the waistline.

Hollow to Hem-  Take the tape and begin at the hollow of your neck and measure down to where you want the dress to end. And if you want a fuller skirt, measure out at an angle to allow for the full dress. If you can wear the heels you will wear with your wedding dress if not wear one’s of the same height.

The next two measurements are only required if you are planning on wearing a dress with sleeves;

Arm Girth- Measure around the largest part of your upper arm.

Inside Sleeve- Begin the measuring tape from your armpit along you straight arm to your wrist.

Remember it is always better to round the number’s up and have the dress a little big (don’t suck in as every woman does when trying on dresses it will give you unreliable measurements and you might get disappointed if the dress turns up and its too small). Also ladies I know most of you will most probably be thinking of losing weight for the wedding (for some reason) but don’t take this into account when measuring because taking the dress in is way easier than taking it out and cheaper.

If you not 100% sure still where to measure use the picture to get a basic idea of where to measure on your body.

As outlined above wedding dress sizes run smaller than your run of the mill everyday high street sizes. So if you plan on buying a dress without getting yourself measured this might help you decide which size to go for or at least understand the sizing options better.

Hopefully we have provided you with some guidance, and wish you the best of luck 🙂