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Newbury bridal shop launch new designer label

Bubbly, cup cakes and ten per cent off

Jane Meredith

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Newbury bridal shop launch new designer label

A NEWBURY bridal shop is offering ten per cent off, cup cakes and bubby during a special launch week, starting today (Monday Oct 26).

Mrs Jones Bridal Boutique of Newbury, based in Weavers Walk, is today launching a new designer label,  Augusta Jones, aimed at women wanting to customise their bridal gown, marking a trend towards uniqueness.

Brides-to-be may wish, for example, to change the neckline, back detail, skirt fullness and bead work of a gown, rather than just adding straps, or a belt.

"The Augusta Jones range of dresses in a variety of different shapes offer brides the ability to customise their dress, without breaking the bank," said proprietor, Laura Jones.

"It isn’t about spending the most money; its about having a wedding which others want to emulate, with the most memorable little touches."

"The number of options are endless and enable us to pick and mix styles and best of all, supports our ethos in offering brides something individual, a dress that they feel happy and confident in and one which totally reflects them."

To book an appointment/for more information about the special launch week, which continues until Saturday (October 31), telephone ( 01635) 35113, email laura@mrsjonesbridal.co.uk, or visit mrsjonesbridal.co.uk.

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