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The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Your -

Stu­art and I set up our stand by 10am at the wed­ding fayre, where the jew­ellery, tiaras, sta­tionery and the life­like fig­ures get ma­jor at­ten­tion.

We ex­plain our con­cept of be­ing a “one stop wed­ding show­room” to cou­ples, and that we can as­sist with plan­ning and com­ing up with a theme for the whole wed­ding, or just sup­ply any­thing from flow­ers, dresses, cars and mar­quees, to the favours and sta­tionery.

We make ap­point­ments, take wish­ing well hire or­ders, and even quickly de­sign sta­tionery for a cou­ple who had al­ready just bought some. Af­ter­wards I meet an event dresser to dis­cuss them work­ing on one of my cou­ple’s wed­dings.

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