Cocoa Couture hosts open evening
25 Apr 2016
Cocoa Couture recently held an open evening to promote its collaboration with local suppliers which take residence within the bridal boutique
Cocoa Couture - an exclusive bridal boutique in Cheltenham - recently invited both the press and public to find out more about its offerings and collaboration with local suppliers.
Established in 1970 by Cara Wagstaff, who designs and creates each and every dress in the Atelier, Cocoa Couture offers a bespoke experience - from the dress that is chosen to the time spent in the store.
Housing a charming array of vintage collectables, the store is split across three floors accessed via an opulent staircase which is adorned with awe-inspiring wedding photography captured by Cocoa's in-house photographer, Rebecca Northway.
Rebecca's studio sits in the basement downstairs, where brides-to-be are invited to discuss their photography needs while drawing on Rebecca's extensive knowledge and expertise.
Further local businesses which offer their services at Cocoa Couture include millinery specialist Willow & Lace, jeweller Sarie Joynes and organic beautician Jane Mann to offer an all-encompassing package for customers.
During the open evening, guests were invited to sample canapes by Woodruffs Organic Cafe and view cakes by Contemporary Cake Designs. Champagne provided by Vintopia, a guitar soloist and appearances from former and current Miss Cheltenhams served to entertain attendees.
Cocoa Couture also held a separate open day for brides-to-be to see and try out the store's services themselves.
For more information on Cocoa Couture, visit www.cocoacouture.co.uk.
Images: Fiona Lord Photographer