December 10 2013 Latest news:
Planning a wedding? Make sure you save the dates of the EDP wedding shows – they’re one stop shops for everything your special day could possibly need, says EDP Bride magazine editor JO MALONE.
Love was in the air at Carrow Road as hundreds of couples explored the food, fun and frocks on offer for their big days at the Eastern Daily Press Wedding Show today.
Following on from its success earlier this year, happy couples are being urged to attend the latest Eastern Daily Press Wedding Show when it returns to Norwich next month at Carrow Road.
When country girl Penny Baldry tied the knot, she wanted a laid-back, rustic reception.
After the success of the Eastern Daily Press Wedding Show at Dunston Hall, it shall return to Carrow Road on November 3.
Seeing their little girl on their wedding day is a special occasion which many parents dream about –but it was a day Carol and Mark Stubbs feared they would never see.
Brides and grooms picked up inspirational ideas to help planning for their perfect day at the EDP Wedding Show.
Happy couples planning to tie the knot can get great inspiration for their special day at the EDP Wedding Show tomorrow.
Wedding bells will be in the air this weekend as a special show aims to give happy couples lots of inspiration for planning their perfect day.
While many couples choose to marry in a church or at some picturesque venue, one couple has chosen to tie the knot at a boarding school.
Budding brides-to-be have been flocking to Great Yarmouth Minster to get some inspiration for their big day as the church holds its first ever wedding fayre.
Wedding bells were in the air at the weekend as more than 3,000 people flocked to the Norfolk Showground for the EDP wedding show.
We look ahead to this year’s EDP Wedding Show.
Planning something special for her own wedding inspired Rebecca Adams and her mum to set up their business making beautiful and unique vintage accessories for brides.
Mini-tanks are certainly not what you would expect to see at a wedding show, but they could be just the answer for happy couples looking for action-packed stag and hen dos with a difference.
Months of honing harmonies will come to fruition later this month when a new Norfolk acapella band make their debut performances.
FOR 130 years it has hosted dignitaries, discussions and debates and stood as a striking landmark on Great Yarmouth’s quayside.
Preparations are under way for an annual wedding spectacular which organisers hope will make more bridal dreams come true than ever before.
For thousands of couples every year the day they become husband and wife is a momentous occasion and one they will treasure forever.