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Wednesday 26 November 2014

Boutique seeks a blushing bride-to-be

Local bride Julia Snodden launches the search for The Face of Blush bridal boutique, Lisburn Road, Belfast
Local bride Julia Snodden launches the search for The Face of Blush bridal boutique, Lisburn Road, Belfast

Luxury bridal boutique, Blush, on Belfast's stylish Lisburn Road, is looking for its very first ‘Face of Blush', with the lucky winner receiving a package of prizes.

Have you got what it takes to be the winner of a blushing bride competition?

Blush is looking for a woman who represents the true character of the deluxe boutique to become the face of its 2009 advertising campaign.

Entrants must be brides-to-be, who are getting married within the next year.

The lucky lady will have her own sense of style, and won't be afraid to express it with her wedding dress.

“We always use photographs of models from our designers' campaigns in our advertising and whilst they are very beautiful, I feel there is so much more to our bridal customers than that,” explains Blush owner and founder Aileen Wilson.

“It's as much about personality and glow as looks alone that we are seeking.”

The winner will receive their pre-ordered dress as a gift from Blush, as well as having the a bridal photo shoot with a top photographer.

She'll also benefit from a full ‘mother of the bride' outfit for her mum, as well as treatments from hair and make-up teams for both mum and bride.

To be in with the chance of becoming the Face of Blush, simply call in to Blush Boutique on the Lisburn Road or visit the website at www.blushboutique.co.uk .

The closing date for entries is October 31, 2008.

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