Raising funds for Marie Curie, the charity is set to hold a pop-up bridal shop in Swindon which will feature both new and second hand items
Marie Curie, the UK’s leading charity for people living with a terminal illness, will host its first ever pop-up wedding shop from 9am on Saturday, 29th August.
Taking place at the Brunel Shopping Centre in Swindon, the event will see a wealth of wedding dresses and accessories, all costing under £300.
New dresses from designers including Alfred Angelo, Mori Lee and Maggie Sottero will be available, as will bridesmaid dresses and accessories. Visitors are even welcomed to try before they buy. A 'vintage’ and ‘pre-loved’ section will house second hand items, with dresses starting from as little as £50.
Jacqui Woolley, retail director at Marie Curie, said: “This is a great opportunity for any bride-to-be to bag that all important stunning dress at a bargain price. We’re delighted to have such a beautiful range of items on sale at this first ever Marie Curie bridal boutique. The one off pop-up shop will raise vital funds to help our nurses care for more people living with a terminal illness and their loved ones.”
The shop will remain running until Monday 29th August at 2pm, or until all the stock is gone.
For more information about Marie Curie visit www.mariecurie.org.uk.