‘Sun shining and people smiling’ at Wedding Fayre in Ipswich

Scores of people visited the wedding fayre at Quay Place in Ipswich last week Picture: SHARON TOPPLE

Scores of people visited the wedding fayre at Quay Place in Ipswich last week Picture: SHARON TOPPLE - Credit: Archant

Brides and grooms looking for inspiration for their big day discovered a host of ideas at a wedding fayre at Quay Place in Ipswich last week.

Ian Lightfoot, from Felixstowe-based Suffolk Rickshaw Company Picture: SHARON TOPPLE

Ian Lightfoot, from Felixstowe-based Suffolk Rickshaw Company Picture: SHARON TOPPLE - Credit: Archant

Scores of people, including more than 30 brides-to-be, descended on the event last SUnday despite a last minute change of venue from Holywells Park.

Everything a couple needs to tie the knot were on display, from wedding cakes and dresses to photographers and caterers.

Organiser Sharon Topple, from STE Wedding and Independent Celebrant, said the event had been a huge success - and was planning to return to Quay Place again in September

“We had a lovely flow of people on the day,” she said.

Brides and grooms-to-be were given plenty of inspiration for their big day at the wedding fayre at Q

Brides and grooms-to-be were given plenty of inspiration for their big day at the wedding fayre at Quay Place Picture: SHARON TOPPLE - Credit: Archant

“I felt overwhelmed by the support from all the exhibitors.

“The fayre had a really nice atmosphere, to be among so many supportive people was amazing. The sun was shining, people were smiling - we couldn’t have asked for more.”

Everything a cpuple need to tie the knot was on show at the fayre Picture: SHARON TOPPLE

Everything a cpuple need to tie the knot was on show at the fayre Picture: SHARON TOPPLE - Credit: Archant

The event was such a success, there are plans to hold another at Quay Place in September Picture: SH

The event was such a success, there are plans to hold another at Quay Place in September Picture: SHARON TOPPLE - Credit: Archant

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