We were delighted with our day and all the companies who provided the various parts of it.  We would happily recommend any of the following.

 logo-cathedral   The service took place at St Edmundsbury Cathedral.  As Dan worked there, this was obviously a Cathedral-family service, with the Cathedral Choir (directed by James Thomas) and four of the clergy taking part.  The flower pedestals in the Cathedral were provided by Susan Cockram.
 logo-athenaeum     The Athenaeum was the venue for our Reception.  We used the lounge and reading room upstairs for drinks at the start (and quiet room during the dancing) and had our meal in the Ballroom.
 logo-sodexo   Sodexo Prestige run the Athenaeum and, as well as doing all of the reception arrangements, provided the delicious food.
 logo-ag-photography   A&G Wedding Photography took the official photos during the service, and then some group shots afterwards.
logo-infinity-digipix   Infinity Digipix provided us with 20 hired digital cameras.  The cameras arrived the week before the wedding, had been customised with our branding, and came with an easy-to-return parcel label so we could post them back the day after the wedding. 
logo-wedpics   WedPics is a free website / app which allowed our guests to share high-res photos with each other.
logo-efms   Eastern Facilities Management Solutions print most of the Cathedral's Orders of Service, and printed ours.
logo-kallkwik   Kall Kwik Bury St Edmunds printed the Seating Plans and our menu cards. 
logo-vistaprint    We used Vistaprint UK to produce personalised pens, and for our photo book.
logo-richard-mark   The male attire was hired from Richard Mark Menswear
logo-bhs   The dress was bought from BHS.
logo-debenhams   The bridesmaids' dresses were from the D├ębut range at Debenhams.
logo-studio    The Studio in Bury St Edmunds did the female hair styling on the morning of the wedding.


  Lisa at No 7 in Boots did the Bride's makeover. 

Thanks also to:

- Susan Stafford for the gorgeous flowers in the Athenaeum, the bouquets and buttonholes.
- Janet Beddus for the delicious and spectacular-looking cake.
- Ruth Fox for the sugar-paste flowers on the cake.
- Liz Beddus for the logo design.
- Philip White-Jones for playing the organ.

And to everybody else who helped with the arrangements for the day.