Feathers & Florence has opened its doors for the first time
Feathers & Florence, a bridal studio in the Ribble Valley, has opened its doors for the first time with part of its profits going to help end period poverty. The owners, Liam and Melissa, tell us more: “An urge to help underprivileged women planning their weddings helped us launch Feathers & Florence; a tranquil, intimate and inspiring bridal studio in Longridge, Lancashire. Our aim is to offer a safe and calming space to try on beautiful boho-inspired dresses. The collection has been curated to display the best in luxury feminine bridalwear. Every dress has something unexpected to offer, with investments starting at £1,500. We have also made an effort to source gowns made from recycled materials wherever possible, with designers like Stephanie Allin, Nicole Milano and Savin London gracing the studio hangers.”
Liam and Melissa wanted their business venture to be more than just a afternoon retreat for brides-to-be. From the very beginning, supporting a higher cause has been high on their priority list. This is why Feathers & Florence have pledged to donate 1 per cent of profits to end period poverty, and get women and girls access to period products.
To find out more, visit www.feathersandflorence.co.uk