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This September saw the launch of shiny new bridal boutique Dotty Taylor in West Yorkshire.
Shop prices continued to fall last month with prices for non-food items dropping 2.9% in September.
The opening dates for the next two UK branches of David’s Bridals have been revealed.
Would you believe its three weeks since the doors closed on the 2015 edition of The Harrogate Bridal Show?!
As part of a total overhaul of the business rates system, local councils will be given control of the rates.
Bridesmaid designer label Nicki Macfarlane will toast its tenth anniversary by opening its first shop at the end of the month.
The majority of staff in the retail sector are not motivated to work harder by bonuses.
The September Harrogate show brought together some of the biggest names in the business, and retailers, it seemed, could not get enough of the gorgeous 2016 collections, heralding a return of confidence in the market and, in particular, in the ability of the top design-driven companies to raise the fashion bar.
It’s the US equivalent of the Bridal Buyer Awards and recognises many of the world’s top labels. There was some serious celebratig at this year’s Debi’s. Our congrats to all your winners across the pond
When two key bridal search engines - one covering dream wedding dresses and the other detailing every aspect of wedding planning – get together, the bridal brands featured will be exposed to a bigger-than-ever audience
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From playful short styles to saucy one shoulder numbers, Amanda Wyatt has a fabulous new range of bridesmaid gowns that will appeal to all.
For 2016 Elizabeth Stuart has found the perfect way to highlight the feminine form, using fabrics that flatter in the most beautiful manner.
A new bridal collection inspired by the 1920s and 1930s has been launched by the Belgian bridal company Marylise & Rembo Fashion Group.
Now into its 21st year in business, White Rose Bridal has pulled out all the stops for its latest collection.
Discovering a fresh young label is always a delight for retailers who are on the lookout for brands that will give them something special and exclusive to offer
With a huge network of more than 500 stockists in the UK and Ireland for its bridal and communion collections, Linzi Jay is actively encouraging apprentices to get involved and work on its production in this country