Bride show attracts more the 800 visitors

Crowds Flock to the First EDP Bride Show of 2018 at Dunston Hall, Norwich. Picture: Lee Branchflower

Crowds Flock to the First EDP Bride Show of 2018 at Dunston Hall, Norwich. Picture: Lee Branchflower - Credit: Archant

More than 800 visitors turned out for the first EDP Bride wedding show of 2018.

Crowds Flock to the First EDP Bride Show of 2018 at Dunston Hall, Norwich. Picture: Lee Branchflower

Crowds Flock to the First EDP Bride Show of 2018 at Dunston Hall, Norwich. Picture: Lee Branchflower - Credit: Archant

Held at Dunston Hall Hotel, in Ipswich Road, Norwich yesterday more than 60 exhibitors showed off what was on offer for a couple's big day. And plenty of bookings were taken, including for Silverline Limos, My Fleur florists, and other bridal appointments.

Diana Sims, sales director for the Bridge portfolio, said she was 'absolutely delighted with another fantastic wedding show'. She added: 'Lots of newly-engaged couples from Christmas and New Year came to discuss their wedding plans with our local exhibitors who all had a great show.'

Ms Sims said the next show is one of the largest two-day wedding shows in East Anglia, with more than 150 exhibitors at the Norfolk Showground on January 17 and 18.

Tickets are £8, and a handful of stall are still available. Contact Fiona Jackson on 01603 772248 for more information.

Crowds Flock to the First EDP Bride Show of 2018 at Dunston Hall, Norwich. Picture: Lee Branchflower

Crowds Flock to the First EDP Bride Show of 2018 at Dunston Hall, Norwich. Picture: Lee Branchflower - Credit: Archant

Crowds Flock to the First EDP Bride Show of 2018 at Dunston Hall, Norwich. Picture: Lee Branchflower

Crowds Flock to the First EDP Bride Show of 2018 at Dunston Hall, Norwich. Picture: Lee Branchflower - Credit: Archant


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