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International Bridal Designer shows gowns at Charisma Bridal

15th August 2014

International Bridal Designer showcases gowns at Charisma Bridal with unique offer to brides to be!

Renowned international designer Justin Alexander Bridal brings some of his fabulous gowns for a unique one off designer day at Charisma Bridal in Taradale, Napier, Hawke’s Bay.

This opportunity gives brides-to-be the chance to purchase stunning bridal gowns with a $300.00 discount for orders placed on the special one-off Designer Day.

The Designer Day hosted by Elma Raw at Charisma Bridal will showcase some of the most exquisite gowns in the Justin Alexander collection and each bride-to-be walks out the door with her own free gift bag to help her for the big day ahead.

Elma Raw’s Charisma Bridal is the only bridal store in the North Island to stock the Justin Alexander Label and all brides-to-be that order.

On the day they go into a special Charisma Bridal draw to win a free head piece, or veil, to accessorize the gown for her and a set of cufflinks for the groom, donated by Frank Casey Suit Hire Wellington.

“I am delighted to be able to showcase this stunning 2015 collection of gowns, and it’s brilliant to be able to offer exclusive quality designer gowns en masse to the descerning brides of New Zealand “ said Elma

“It is a one off unique opportunity for brides to be able to view and select from the large range here in store only for the one day,” she said.

The Designer Day is at Charisma Bridal in Gloucester Street Taradale on the 13th September 2014 and there are only limited appointments and already spaces are filling up fast.

“To stock the dresses in store from this reputable International Designer is truly wonderful, but to be able to offer the latest collection to New Zealand brides is even more special,” said Elma.

The Designer Day is exclusive to Charisma Bridal and is one day only, bookings can be made at Charisma Bridal at charismabridal@xtra.co.nz and to have a glimpse of these special gowns you can go on to www.justinalexanderbridal.com

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