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What better way to start your married life together, than by remembering the people that got you here, and by helping people living with life-limiting illnesses find the best care available to them.
Support St Andrew's Hospice by buying the finishing touches to your big day from us. Our wedding favours are the perfect way to say thank you to your guests and raise money for the hospice.
Just call 01472 571 266 to enquire about our beautiful wedding accessories, download our brochure by clicking the link to the left or view the brochure online below. By making St Andrew's Hospice part of your special day, you’re helping make every day count for the people who need it the most.
When Amy and Jon decided to get married, they knew they wanted to celebrate their love, by remembering people they loved who couldn’t be there on their big day. Amy had recently lost her mum and wanted her to be part of the day and to help the hospice too.
Amy said: "When we got married, our guests had favours from the hospice and we gave them in memory of my mum who passed away at New Year and spent her last 48 hours at the hospice.
"I was the first bride to order these and it’s such a lovely idea. The team that dealt with this for me was absolutely brilliant throughout!
"The guests loved them and thought it was a lovely idea. One even said it was the nicest favour she’d ever been given!"