New home for Somerset bridal boutique Rookery Bridal

Bridal party sitting on a wall wearing multiway dresses and blue suits Credit: Parrot and PineappleIt's been a busy year for Rookery Bridal, as two weeks after reopening in June, the team packed up to move to its new home at The Mill House in Rooksbridge.

"The move was exhausting," says owner Sarah Hackett. "It's only when you pack up 70 gowns and accessories that you realise how much there is to do!" It took a long weekend to get everything ready, and the boutique's lovely customers were welcomed back from the 1st July. With a light, airy and spacious feel, it's safe to say the feedback has been very positive.

"To complement our new home, we are pleased to announce we now stock two new designers: Adriana Alier from Rosa Clara and Randy Fenoli," Sarah explains. "We also have a bigger selection of gowns to suit all price brackets too."

Visit https://rookerybridal.co.uk

 
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