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Freebies & offers

Catch up on the latest from around the region


Win a luxurious mini-moon to Estepona, Spain, worth £1,700

Spotlight on Ipswich & South Suffolk

Where to wed in and around this county town

Wed & breakfast

Tie the knot in one of the region's stylish hotels

Wish upon a star

Add a dusting of celestial magic to your fairytale wedding

Sweet sensations

A gallery of creative cakes

Intimate weddings

Small on numbers, big on style

Moroccan magic

Think vibrant colours and metallic accents for an exotic boho look

Dare to be different

Celebrate your day, your way

Bohemian rhapsody

Pretty ethereal gowns in soft lace, chiffon and tulle never go out of style

Straps are back

Dare to bare in one of these sassy styles featuring decorative and embellished straps

Mamma Mia!

Grown-up jewel colours are dressing mothers-of-the-bride accessories this season

Country classic

A beautiful barn and rustic touches added to the charm of Amber and Ben's big day

By order of the Peaky Blinders

Family and friends turned out in style for Susan and Darren's 1920s-themed wedding

Family ties

Grace and Robert said 'I do' in the same village church as generations of Robert's family before them