Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Designer Fiona Cooper to create bespoke wedding gown for Bride: The Wedding Show

Fiona Cooper, the designer behind the stunning Felicity Cooper line of bridal gowns, is creating a bespoke wedding dress for Bride: The Wedding Show at Tatton Park. The dress will offer a first look into her 2016 collection, which will officially launch at the London Bridal Fashion Week later in the year.

Based in Knutsford in Cheshire, Felicity Cooper is the brand name of designer Fiona Cooper, named after her daughter. The essence of femininity and elegance, her distinctive gowns combine vintage bridal design with a modern twist, using the finest laces, chiffon and satin.  


From her boutique – The Wedding Boutique – Fiona Cooper provides confident brides with truly unique and often bespoke gowns.  Listening to the wants and needs of each bride, Fiona creates collections that mirror her brides’ style and fashion-forward thinking. 


Fiona Cooper says “When I was asked to design a wedding dress especially for Bride: The Wedding Show at Tatton I knew instantly which fabric I wanted to use; something unique, breathtaking and utterly elegant.  The dress has a hand beaded silk chiffon boat neck top with an open back, a satin belt with statement bow, and a full ballroom skirt made from silk chiffon.  A delicate sparkle tulle lining ensures the naturally flowing skirt stands out.  


This design is a classic look with a vintage twist, the beaded silk chiffon top is a nod to the 1920s and the skirt is everything a little girl dreams of, princess in the most luxurious form”. 


Returning to Tatton Park this February, Bride: The Wedding Show is the North West’s most prestigious bridal event, showcasing more than 150 of the region’s premier bridal suppliers.  The luxury event regularly attracts 4,500 visitors a year.  


Bride: The Wedding Show at Tatton Park takes place on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February 2016. Tickets are priced from £10 (advance) for adults. For more information visit

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