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Gallery: Couples confirm their love

PUBLISHED: 10:26 11 October 2010

50 couples are renewing their vows at Holy Trinity Church in Ipswich today.

50 couples are renewing their vows at Holy Trinity Church in Ipswich today.

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WHILE thousands of superstitious couples married yesterday, a romantic event gave more than 50 Suffolk couples the perfect opportunity to say ‘I do’ once again.

50 couples are renewing their vows at Holy Trinity Church in Ipswich today.

The Holy Trinity Church, based in Ipswich’s Waterfront development, saw loving couples walk down the aisle as they hosted a Wedding Rededication Service.

Jay Harvey, church warden of the Holy Trinity, said: “The service was very traditional and extremely romantic.”

“We had a mixture of newly weds and one couple that had been married for 63 years.

“It was the perfect way for couples to share their love for one another.”

More than 30,000 couples from around the world tied the knot yesterday, deeming the 10/10/2010 as the perfect opportunity to start their married lives together.

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