Visit our free EADT wedding show at Seckford Hall, Woodbridge this Sunday
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The EADT is pleased to announce its second wedding show at Seckford Hall, taking place this Sunday, March 22 between 11am and 4pm.
Entry is free to the event, including a copy of the new A Suffolk Ceremony magazine, produced in collaboration with Suffolk County Council to answer all your questions about planning for your big day.
Last year’s show at Seckford was an outstanding success and this weekend’s is expected to be even bigger and better, with top suppliers from Suffolk and beyond exhibiting both in the hotel and in a marquee on the beautiful lawns.
You will also be able to fully explore the newly refurbished wedding suite at Seckford and hear about the hotel’s exciting spa project, opening this summer.
Professionals catering to every aspect of your wedding day will be in residence at the show on Sunday, from cake makers, photographers and dress experts, to beauticians, hair stylists and travel consultants from sponsors Fred Olsen Travel.
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Exhibitors include Cakephoria, All Fired Up, Big Fish Photography, Soundfest and Kaye Souter Flowers.
Light refreshments will be available during the day - or why not book afternoon tea at the hotel to make it really special.
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