Wedding show to take place at romantic country house

PUBLISHED: 14:06 17 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:06 17 March 2018

Holkham Hall in the distance over the Lake. Photo: Martin Sizeland/

Holkham Hall in the distance over the Lake. Photo: Martin Sizeland/

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Couples planning their big day can explore what is on offer at the first ever EDP Bride Wedding Show at Holkham Hall.

More than 45 exhibitors from across the region will be on hand to help pairs plan their passage into wedded bliss. There will also be the opportunity to meet the team from Holkham itself, who will be giving out information about tying the knot at the romantic 18th-century country house.

Exhibitors will include John Driscoll, a professional toast master, Bridget’s Flowers, Dipples and Steve’s Taxi Service. Also there will be Norfolk bakery Buns of Fun, the Kavolini String Quartet, East Coast Bars and Sam Race Venue Decoration.

The wedding show takes place on Sunday, March 18 from 10.30am to 3:30pm, and entry is free.

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