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Sparkling reception as Trousseaux opened on Tuesday 10 May 2011

PUBLISHED: 14:43 22 June 2011 | UPDATED: 19:35 20 February 2013

Sparkling reception as Trousseaux opened on Tuesday 10 May 2011

Sparkling reception as Trousseaux opened on Tuesday 10 May 2011

The opening of Trousseaux Bridal Store's new premises was a huge success yesterday - Tuesday 10 May 2011, with customers, local people and businesses around Swindon in attendance.<br/><br/>The boutique was officially opened by Cllr Ray Ballman,

The opening of Trousseaux Bridal Stores new premises was a huge successonTuesday 10 May 2011, with customers, local people and businesses around Swindon in attendance.

The boutique was officially opened by Cllr Ray Ballman, the Deputy Mayor of Swindon at the new premises in Wood Street.

Over 100 people visited and were invited to look around the 3.500 sq ft store whilst enjoying Camitz Sparkling Vodka Cocktails.

Having outgrown its previous retail space, the business moved to 2 High Street, Old Town, formerly the location of the famous Limmex hardware store.

Greg Callard from Swindon law firm Withy King, worked closely with Kim Trueman to secure the best deal on her new premises.

The new site, offers 3.500 sq ft over three floors which enables Trousseaux to increase its offering and cater for entire wedding parties and other major events. The additional space also enables larger dresses to be shown to their full splendour.

Kim ensures the new Bridal Store is a place where customers can enjoy planning their wedding in a relaxed atmosphere. As well as searching for dresses, visitors can also look for jewellery, accessories and enjoy refreshments.

With prices ranging from 500 to 3,500, Trousseaux Bridal Store aims to offer something for every budget, with the best possible customer service provided regardless of spend.

Trousseaux Bridal Store is a contemporary premium bridal wear boutique which caters for brides, mothers of brides and bridesmaids as well as prom nights and special occasions.

Collections available at the boutique include beautiful contemporary dresses from designers such as Augusta Jones, Ian Stuart, Ronald Joyce, Sophia Tolli, Maggie Sottero and White Rose.

Those who spotted Miss Middleton sporting a feathered Vivien Sheriff fascinator at the launch of an RNLI lifeboat in Anglesey in February will be pleased to know that the item is currently available at Trousseaux.


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