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The AW16 issue of Marry in Norfolk is OUT NOW

14 Oct 2016

The autumn/winter edition of Marry in Norfolk has landed and here's a preview of what's inside...

Full to the brim with inspiration and information to plan your civil ceremony, the latest issue of Marry in Norfolk is out now. 

Available from one of Archant Bride's many Norfolk-based events or from your local registry office, the magazine is the only official Norfolk County Council ceremonies guide. 

Produced in conjunction with Norfolk & Suffolk Bride magazine, the autumn/winter 2016 edition is jam-packed with real weddings, expert articles, spotlights on celebration ceremonies and naming ceremonies, as well as 'Your Wedding Week in Norfolk' - a feature telling you just how to extend your wedding celebrations. 

From flowers and transport, to dresses and catering, Marry in Norfolk covers every aspect to planning your perfect wedding in the region.

Read the digital edition here.

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