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Fantastic Fundraiser: The twobirds sample sale

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Dismayed by the cost of bridesmaid outfits that were worn just once, and following the success of the multi-functional dresses worn by her own bridesmaids, Ariane Goldman was inspired to launch twobirds in 2007 on the premise that being a bridesmaid shouldn’t mean forgoing style. Available with fifteen wrap styles, and in a multitude of gorgeous colours, the twobirds dress is the perfect solution to the issue of choosing bridesmaids’ attire, ensuring maids look and feel fantastic on the wedding day – and long afterwards.

 Held at their flagship London store in Covent Garden from the 6th to the 8th November, the twobirds sample sale was the perfect opportunity for brides-to-be and their maids to pick up an absolute – not to mention stunning – bargain, with at least 40% discount on many of the dresses. With bubbly and sweet treats on offer the three-day event was also the perfect backdrop for a spot of fundraising, all in aid of the Wedding Wishing Well Foundation.

 As well as selling some of the most stylish bridesmaid dresses around, twobirds also very generously donated each £2 entry fee from the sample sale to the Wedding Wishing Well Foundation, raising a fantastic £260 in the process. Donations such as this are absolutely vital in aiding our mission; helping couples affected by terminal illness to experience the wedding day of their dreams – so a huge THANK YOU to everyone at Two Birds.

 To view the complete, stunning collection of bridesmaids dresses, pay a visit the twobirds website now – you won’t be disappointed!

 

 

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