Ellie Lowe celebrates 20 years of stunning wedding dressmaking

Cotswold-based wedding dress designer and maker, Ellie Lowe, is celebrating 20 years of making elegant waves in the bridal industry in 2019.

The nationally-acclaimed wedding dress designer and maker, Ellie Lowe, is celebrating two decades of creating stunning bridal gowns in 2019 – having dressed more than 500 elegantly-attired brides in that time.

Now based in a Cotswold studio near Stroud, where she designs, handmakes and fits dresses herself, Ellie Lowe started out as a partner and design director of longstanding London-based bridal duo, Ellie & Charlotte, in 1999.

Today, Ellie’s brides can choose off-the-hanger designs from her Bridal Collection, with alterations to suit or, work alongside the designer to create something completely bespoke.

Ellie’s dresses are described by her as echoing ‘the timeless beauty of the Art-Deco era’ and ‘combine classic, understated elegance with exquisite fabrics and outstanding hand-finished construction’.

With the marriage proposal season in full swing and Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Ellie Lowe is running a special offer of 15 per cent off orders placed before Friday 1 March 2019.

For more information call 07958 930169 or visit ellielowe.co.uk directly.

© SoGlos
Friday 01 February 2019

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