Wedding Competition: Win A Minna Hepburn Wedding Dress


Wedding Competition: Win A Minna Hepburn Wedding Dress

Would you like to win a vintage inspired wedding dress from the 2016 Minna Hepburn bridal collection?  Minna Hepburn started her wedding dress collection way back in 2012, and her wedding dresses are sought out by brides who are looking for some different and non-traditional at an affordable price.

Each wedding dress is handcrafted in London, created from delicate lace, silk and carved into her unique vintage style.  Any bride will be lucky to win one of these wedding dresses and can guarantee that she will walk down the aisle in style.

With more than 60 dresses, tops and skirts, there is something for every shape, size and budget.

A little bit about Minna Hepburn Bridal:

Minna has had no formal training in fashion but the Finnish designer started her collection back in 2008.  She currently resides in the beautiful countryside of Dorset, she has a love for all things vintage and this is what inspires her and her collections.  Starting out as a hobby, it soon became a passion and her clothing soon began to hit high end boutiques.  Minna’s passion has now become a full time business and she loves her work and creating beautiful items to make brides feel even more beautiful on their special day.

Now you have a chance to win a Danielle dress worth £1,500 from the Minna Hepburn’s new bridal range.  For more details about this fabulous wedding competition use the form below for details on how to enter.  You’ll need to do this before the 13th January 2016. We’ll also keep you up to date with any future competitions just for you.

Before entering any competition we recommend that you read the wedding competition’s full terms and conditions.  Entering the competition takes no time at all.  Good luck!

Not interested?  Why not browse around The Select Bride site for information, articles and competitions, or take a look at Wedding Photography Select to find your perfect wedding photographer.



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