Local charity Willen Hospice will be helping brides-to-be find their dream outfit at the Bridal Boutique in Leighton Buzzard.
During the February ‘season of love’, the shop is showcasing its range of brand new wedding dresses, pre-loved and vintage dresses, as well as outfits for mother-of-the-brides and bridesmaids.
Helen or Sally will be on hand to give personalised attention to brides when they come in for their ‘trying on’ appointment.
They said: “We’ll welcome you with a glass of bubbly and a mystery discount when you visit us between 14th and 28th February!
“We want you to feel exquisite on your wedding day. We’ll do all we can to suggest a range of dresses to try, and help you find something amazing that flatters and completes your look. You’ll have the whole space to yourself so you can feel relaxed and have fun choosing your dress, with no obligation to buy”.
Belinda Turner, Shops Cluster Team Leader said, “We have a range of brand new, unworn dresses, and beautiful, pre-loved donated gowns too. With the price of our dresses ranging between £150 and £500, there is something perfect for every bride’s budget.”
The Bridal Boutique can put customers in touch with someone who carries out alterations at a reasonable price, if there are any changes to be made.
Viewing is by appointment only. To arrange a time, call the shop on 01525 854420, email LeightonBuzzardShop@willen-hospice.org.uk or visit the shop to book.
The address is: Willen Hospice Bridal Boutique, 7 High Street, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 1DN.
Willen Hospice is appealing to supporters to donate their own wedding dresses to any Willen Hospice shop, to pass on their treasured outfit for another bride to enjoy.
Willen Hospice also offers a range of £1 Wedding Favours for bridal celebrations.
They include either Lottery tickets or Scratchcards, giving guests a chance to win prizes of up to £1,000*. (Over 18s only). Children’s Favours are available to keep little hands busy and entertained, with games and colouring in pencils. *Full terms and conditions here.
The Milton Keynes based charity needs to raise £5.9 million every year, or £11 a minute. Less than 20% of its funding comes from the government and all the rest has to be raised privately by the local community.
Click here to find out more about the charity.