Attire Bridal magazine is a bridal trade magazine from the publishers of County Wedding Magazines, KD Media Publishing.
With its ABC certification, Attire Bridal gives wedding and bridal shops and retailers access to more professional buyers in the UK wedding trade than any other publication...read more
This issue is bittersweet as it’s my last one as editor of Attire Bridal before I hand over to my colleague, Claire Muffett-Reece. She’s previously been editing our one of our best-selling consumer wedding magazines, so rest assured you’ll be in safe hands!
I’ve loved working in this exciting, dynamic and ever-evolving industry, and can’t quite believe that, since overseeing the launch of the magazine in 2006, we’re now on our 75th issue.
Someone who knows all about longevity in the bridal industry is Peter Behnke, export manager of German formal wear brand Wilvorst. The company is now well into its second century – testament indeed to the power of excellent design, quality manufacturing, in-depth market knowledge and on-point customer service.
From a firm with heritage to a new start-up, we also find out about one bridal retailer’s first year in business: the highlights, the challenges and carving out a niche in a competitive marketplace.
Demelza Rayner, Editor
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Claire x This Pascale Bridal Hair Comb from Miranda Templeton is crafted from an array of multi-sized pearls topped with sparkling diamante. "There are many stand-out pieces throughout our collections that I'd recommend to brides-to-be," says the brand's designer Melanie Metcalfe. "I think the Orianna Bridal Hair Vine looks amazing worn as a circlet over loose-flowing waves, while the Perla Bridal Necklace, teamed with this Pascale Comb, creates a very strong statement."
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