Gallery: Wedding Fayre proves successful with customers
EVERYONE knows the key to a successful wedding comes down to the planning, and couples had a chance this week to meet all the experts under one roof. It s vital to start the organising as soon as possible with a set budget to avoid being disappointed. As
EVERYONE knows the key to a successful wedding comes down to the planning, and couples had a chance this week to meet all the experts under one roof.
It's vital to start the organising as soon as possible with a set budget to avoid being disappointed.
As it can become very stressful, we arranged for a record number of companies to get together at our Wedding Fayre at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel, March, on Sunday.
Pete Naylor from the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard advertising team organised the event.
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"There was an unprecedented amount of interest for stall holders," he said. "We had a record number of stands for this Fayre and there was a steady flow of customers throughout the day."
To make your special day one to remember for all the right reasons, there were stands covering all aspects to a successful wedding.
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- 3 Shellens quits after committee votes to gag Hickford debate
- 4 Two cars – including Range Rover – stolen overnight in keyless thefts
- 5 'We can't stand still' - co-chairman on taking Whittlesey to next level
- 6 Nine years jail for paedophile who 'manipulated and exploited' teenage girls
- 7 Motorist escapes serious injury after Sixteen Foot Bank crash
- 8 Man hospitalised with serious injuries after industrial accident
- 9 Jail for sex offender who went abroad and missed his appointments
- 10 Drunk and disorderly man ‘ashamed and embarrassed’ after arrest
Whether you needed a venue, outfits, music for the reception, a photographer to capture everything or transport - we had everything.
And of course, everyone wants to look their best. Beauticians, make-up artists and hairdressers had a chance to show-off their skills and promote their wedding deals.