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The Harrogate Bridal Show has garnered rave reviews from a bevy of bridal brands with many labeling the September show as a huge success.
The finest talents in the bridal industry were celebrated tonight as the winners of The Bridal Buyer Awards were crowned.
Following the first day of The Harrogate Bridal Show buyers were rejoicing after spying an influx of fresh trends and new looks.
The biggest issue of the year is here bursting with all you need to know about The Harrogate Bridal Show. Check out the hundreds of exhibitors including fresh faces and top British designers plus a look at those shortlisted for the Bridal Buyer Awards.
Weddings contributed £537m to the Scottish economy last year with the average spend on weddings increasing.
British designer Sassi Holford showcased her 2015 couture collection in London last week revealing a clear focus on romantically delicate designs.
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Fresh minty shades and fitted gowns are top of the shopping list for brides this year.
Rainbow Club’s Richard Marsh will this weekend run a triathlon to raise money for charity.
The Labour party will cut business rates by one per cent if it wins the general election next year.
A new training and networking concept for the bridal industry launched this month aimed at connecting wedding and lifestyle businesses.
Bridal brand Emma Hunt London is hoping to raise funding to launch a new dress label.
Retail sales rose in August despite the number of shoppers on the high street dropping.
From delicate wrist lengths to flirty capped styles, sleeves were everywhere at Harrogate.
Generous bridal businesses helped to raise thousands of pounds for charity on Monday night at the Bridal Buyer Awards.
You pop by to the Bridal Buyer stand and say hello to us during The Harrogate Bridal Show.