Norwich wedding show will help couples plan their special day

Love will be in the air in Norwich this Sunday as the Eastern Daily Press Assembly House Wedding Show provides couples with all the essentials for their upcoming big day.

The event, which is an essential for budding brides and grooms, is being held at the Theatre Street venue between 11am and 4pm.

The Assembly House will host afternoon tea and give couples the opportunity to meet the professionals who can help organise all aspects of the most important day of their lives.

With free entry and a useful guide, the show offers every bride, and their family, the chance to meet and discuss individual ideas and requirements with more than 50 wedding industry experts and experienced suppliers.

Paula Chambers, wedding and events manager at Archant Norfolk, parent company of the EDP and Evening News, said: 'I'm so excited about this weekend, I can barely contain myself. The event is such a joyous one to be involved in, helping people organise such a happy day in their life; it is just such a happy day for everyone.'

From winter wonderland themes and vintage cars to the latest floral creations, the wedding experts will be able to make those dreams come true.

The event brings the best in the area to the show, from cake makers and florists to wedding planners, venue hosts, jewellers, photographers, beauty experts, toast masters and caterers.

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There will be people to help you choose your wedding dress, music, menswear, honeymoon, entertainers, cars, stationery and dozens of wedding extras, from favours to fireworks.

Ms Chambers added: This is our second year running at the Assembly House and it really is a fantastic venue; there's a wonderful ambience and that makes for a really great event.

'We will have a singer called Dominic singing his sweet, soulful music on the hour, every hour, and we will also have make-up demonstrations on the hour, every hour.

'There will be lots of different stands across a broad spectrum of products, so there will be lots of things to keep brides, grooms and their families happy.'

For those attending there will also be the chance to enter a competition to win a dinner for four in the Assembly House restaurant, with the winner decided on the day.