Everything wedding under one roof...a totally unique concept and offering
(PRWEB UK) 8 November 2011
Wedding Market's unique wedding showroom is based on the Cambridgeshire / Northamptonshire border and is owned by local couple Vanessa Adamson and Stuart Cockram. It’s a totally new concept store and benefits brides and grooms from all surrounding counties by bringing together many reputable wedding suppliers and their samples, discounts, deals, tips, planning, insurance, and even wedding finance, all under one roof. With exclusive offerings that have been negotiated with key suppliers its really a must visit shop for all couples planning their big day regardless of their budget or stage in the process.
"We both passionately believe that the art of real service has a place in planning your special day. There's no need for an appointment, no fees to come and see us, just pop in, have a coffee, thumb through literature, look at our wide range of differing wedding samples, consider options and discuss what would make your day special in a non-pressurised friendly setting" said Vanessa.
There's no obligation to buy a thing but just one visit will save brides and grooms lots of planning time. The added bonus is that Wedding Market have fully researched the market and vetted the suppliers, often personally sampling the products they promote and recommend. In addition to the traditional tastiest cakes around and the picture perfect photography on show Wedding Market showcase and offer some of the unusual too from dove releases, ice sculptures and luxury stag trips to made to measure morning suits and rotating chocolate pyramids. Even the latest Dragon's Den hit duo Andrea and Becs from Shoot it yourself are partners!
There is also a wide range of established destination wedding venues represented for customers looking to get married abroad.
The business offers the full range of services to those looking for renewals of vows, religious services, civil ceremonies and civil partnerships as well as a range of cultural and cross cultural weddings too. Through Wedding Market the suppliers offer wedding goods and services to accommodate the full range of wedding budgets and creative themes plus exclusive discounts and deals for Wedding Market's brides and grooms, making bespoke more accessible and the traditional more affordable.
The aim of the business is to get the best service and the best deals for couples on individual elements like photography and cakes or save couples time and effort by taking one of the optional flexible planning packages - which offers time poor and simply overwhelmed customers the opportunity to remove the stress and strain of the planning process, allowing the couple to enjoy the build up and the big day while still retaining choice and control.
It’s not all about the bride too, the service equally benefits the groom and best man from help with writing those nerve racking speeches and hiring their suits to planning a wedding proposal or arranging a surprise honeymoon package.
Wedding Market is currently running a launch competition for couples to win a wedding planning package worth up to £2,000. Enter online at http://www.weddingmarket.co.uk
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