Bridal designer brings collection to St Albans boutique

PUBLISHED: 18:00 11 January 2018

Suzanne Neville.

Suzanne Neville.

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An award-winning bridal designer is visiting a St Albans wedding dress boutique to showcase her 2018 collection.

'Rosa' - Belle Epoque collection by Suzanne Neville.'Rosa' - Belle Epoque collection by Suzanne Neville.

Suzanne Neville will visit The Bride on George Street on Saturday (January 13) and offer styling advice to brides-to-be trying on dresses from her ‘Belle Epoque’ collection.

Suzanne has previously created dresses for celebrities including Katherine Jenkins, Christine Bleakley, Elle Macpherson and Kate Winslet. All of her gowns are made in Britain, with designing and handmade production taking place in London.

Ahead of her visit to the shop, Suzanne said: “The 2018 Belle Époque collection has really been the most enjoyable to create. This year I have felt that true passion and excitement to design as I did when I started.”

To celebrate the boutique’s recent refurbishment, shop co-owners Lynsey White and Natalie Dalvarez will offer 10 per cent off Suzanne Neville dresses on the day.

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