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Change of venue for wedding fayre in Ipswich

Quay Place in Ipswich is hosting a wedding fayre on Sunday, June 10.  Picture: ARLEN JAMES

Quay Place in Ipswich is hosting a wedding fayre on Sunday, June 10. Picture: ARLEN JAMES

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A free wedding fayre is being held at Quay Place in Ipswich next weekend – having switched venues from Holywells Park.

The event, arranged by Sharon Topple from STE Wedding and Independent Celebrant, takes place at the St Mary at the Quay, on Key Street, on Sunday June 10.

The event was previously marked to become the first wedding fayre held at Holywells Park, but has since had to be moved to the alternate venue.

The wedding fayre looks to give brides and grooms-to-be some fresh ideas about how to celebrate their big day.

A host of stalls and exhibitors will be there to offer inspiration – including wedding singers, florists, bands, cake decorators, wedding planners, confectioners, hair stylists, skin care specialists, travel agents, photographers and more.

The event takes place between 11am and 3am.

For more information see www.steweddings.co.uk

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