Preparations underway for sixth EDP Wedding Show spectacular at the Norfolk Showground

Final preparations under way at the show ground for the EDP Wedding Show.PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Final preparations under way at the show ground for the EDP Wedding Show.PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY - Credit: Archant Norfolk

For loved-up couples, it can be the most important day of their lives - a chance to declare their love in front of their nearest and dearest.

But with venues to choose, menus to sample and the hunt for the perfect dress, planning a wedding can quickly turn into a headache.

This weekend, dozens of industry experts will be at the Norfolk Showground for the EDP Wedding Show, hoping to give newlyweds-to-be some guidance on turning their dream big day into a reality.

Preparations are underway for the wedding spectacular, which is now in its sixth year and attracts thousands of future brides and grooms through its doors.

Diana Sims, EDP Wedding Show manager, said: 'We are on the scale of a national show, with people coming as far as Braintree in Essex, which goes to show that people will travel to a quality wedding show.

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'From previous shows we have seen that this show in particular is for those girly days out and they spend three to four hours when visiting.

'There is lots to see from more than 150 exhibitors, covering all sorts of wedding ideas to the fantastic fashion show which is four times daily and also the champagne bar.'

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Eight catwalk shows will also display the latest in bridal fashion.

This year, two lucky couples will also be offered the chance to win a £25,000 wedding giveaway.

The showcase spectacular, which will be held on February 21 and 22, is this year sponsored by Alba Rose diamonds. It will run from 10am to 4pm each day.

You can buy tickets on 01603 772175 until Thursday, February 19. Prices are £8, £14 for two or £25 for four. Those aged under 16 can go free.

Tickets can also be bought on the door. Prices on the door are £10, £18 for two and £32 for four.

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