Virginia wedding

British Style for Virginia Brides!

British online wedding accessory retailer Wedding-Chest.com has updated its 2014 collection, adding some amazing ‘Downton Abbey’ style crystal tiaras and headpieces.

Wedding-Chest is a global retailer that sells a stunning range of high quality wedding accessories. Everything in their catalogue is designed in Britain and whenever possible it’s also made in the UK. They work closely with boutique craft businesses to offer exceptional craftsmanship. All their products are handmade (mostly to order) in small specialist craft workshops.

Wedding-Chest’s CEO Heather Steward said, “We appeal to brides that appreciate superior design, exceptional quality and of course individuality. We want their special day to be both impressive and memorable.”

Wedding-Chest’s research suggests brides are increasingly rejecting mass produced goods, invariably made in the Far East, in favour of high quality bespoke items. Heather comments, “We’ve listened to what brides are saying. What they want are thrilling accessories, which their guests will admire and they can treasure.”

The company’s website offers a wide range of accessories including stunning tiaras, feature hairpieces, bridal jewellery, hats and beautiful bridal lingerie. Everything is priced in US dollars. More items and more categories are being added all the time and brides are urged to sign up to the Wedding-Chest newsletter to find out about new items and special offers.

 

Information:

Please see wedding-chest.com 

The author: Angeline Frame

Angeline is the owner/publisher of Virginia Bride Magazine and the show producer for The Greater Virginia Bridal Shows. She has a degree in Public Administration and Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. A former model and wedding venue owner- she loves all things wedding , fashion and decorating. In her spare time she likes to write, travel and get new ideas to share with brides.
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