Calling all Brides and Mothers of the Bride or Groom! Grab your spot at bridal designer Ian Stuart’s exclusive workshop next week.
Thursday 24th November 2016, 7-9pm
Ian Stuart’s Flagship Store, The Blewcoat
23 Caxton Street, Victoria, SW1H 0PY
(Junction of Caxton Street & Buckingham Gate)
Ian will present his workshop for both brides and mums where he will share his expertise and demonstrate his top designer secrets. With over 25 years’ experience, Ian is acknowledged as an international award winning designer and this is a great chance to get to meet him personally.
The evening is perfect for brides who are beginning their search for THE dress, and Mothers of the Bride or Groom who are looking for advice on how to look more glam! You will leave the evening inspired, energised and equipped for finding your dream dress.
The team at Ian Stuart’s Flagship Store will also be joined by industry experts who will be giving their top tips on all things Bridal!
Floral Constructor – Jens Jakobsen will give you his do’s and don’ts of bridal bouquets.
Wedding Consultant – Jo Bryant who specialises in bridal deportment will share her knowledge on how to feel your most confident in a wedding dress.
Vocal Artist – Hattie Whitehead, London-based folk singer who recently won an Emerging Talent Competition 2016.
On the Evening:
7.00 pm: The doors will open, and you will be greeted with a glass of Fizz. This is the perfect time to browse the new collections, and get a feel for Ian’s signature style.
7.30 pm: The Workshop will begin (they ask you to arrive no later than 7.20pm)
8.30-9 pm: Ian and his team will be on hand to answer any questions.
Tickets are £12.50 – To book your place and purchase your ticket(s), please call 0207 222 2877 or visit Eventbrite.
With your ticket, you will receive a FREE £250 Gift Voucher off any dress purchased in store and a chance to win a consultation with Ian himself.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact email@example.com or call 0207 222 2877
Feel inspired now and take a look at Ian Stuart’s current collection here.