Articles

Here is a selection of features from Attire Bridal magazine.

 

Best of British

Tracey Salt, founder of Chanticleer Brides, unveils her stunning new collection – Eden – and discusses the benefits of UK-made bridalwear.... read more

 

Net gains

Heidi Thompson of Evolve Your Wedding Business reveals the eight social media myths that could be holding you back… ... read more

 

Mobile technology

Search engine savvy Keren Smith, co-founder of I Do I Do, a company that creates bespoke website for the bridal industry, asserts the importance of making your website mobile friendly.... read more

 

Legal disputes

Rachael Carrington, an experienced Commercial Account Executive with Hine Chartered Insurance Brokers, explains why it's important for legal expenses to be included as part of your overall insurance protection. ... read more

 

Make a change

A new year, a new PR strategy: Nicola Russill-Roy reveals why now's the perfect time to revamp your image ... read more

 

London calling

London Bridal Fashion Week is a brand new event for 2015. We speak to its Event Director, Alejandra Campos, about her vision for the exhibition.... read more

 

Setting goals

Raymond O'Hare, Director at Xedo Software Ltd, looks back at the past year and asks if you've taken appropriate steps to boost your business.... read more

 

Write ideas

Heidi Thompson follows up last issue's feature on blogging with a handy guide on penning great posts. ... read more

 

Play to win

PR and marketing expert, Nicola Russill-Roy, reveals how independent bridal retailers can compete with high street stores.
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Healthy competition

Nicola Garton, owner of The Wedding Shop in Colchester, Essex, and Chair of the Retail Bridalwear Association (RBA), outlines the right way of working alongside fellow bridal boutiques.... read more

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