The Wedding Industry Awards 2017

The Wedding Industry Awards Regional Finals region-finalist

Boho Bride reaches the finals in The Wedding Industry Awards 2017

“The Wedding Industry Awards really have become the gold standard for wedding excellence in this country. Everyone can enter and because of the unique way the votes are scored, big companies are on the same footing as individuals. For couples, seeing our logo on the website of a potential supplier is a real guide to quality and we know that the list of nominees and winners on our website is a big hit with brides and grooms. We’ve done all the hard work in selecting the very best and couples can just enjoy choosing top quality suppliers with no worries.” Damian Bailey founder of The Wedding Industry Awards.


Warwickshire’s newest bridal boutique Boho Bride is through to The Wedding Industry Awards for 2017 regional finals, taking place on the 14th of November at Fazeley Studios

The awards are regarded in the wedding industry as the most prestigious awards in the UK with thousands of entries, voted for by couples and judged by an expert panel from all aspects of the wedding industry, these really are the awards to win.

Boho Bride only opened the doors to its cosy and friendly boutique less than two years ago but has already established itself as the go to bridal boutique for brides looking for something different. Boho Bride specialise in a unique collection of boho/vintage style and retro wedding gowns for the free spirited bride that knows what she wants.

Lynette Turner the owner and Director of Boho Bride says “I am absolutely thrilled to get through to the regional finals of The Wedding Industry Awards 2017 I still can’t believe it. It’s been hard work to establish a new bridal boutique from scratch but I always had a vision that I wanted to offer brides something a bit different, with lots of different styles of wedding gowns and beautiful accessories. I wanted to stand out so I added my own personal touches to the boutique with antique furniture and lots vintage pieces scattered around the boutique. I also wanted to create a really cosy and friendly atmosphere for my brides. Sometimes it can be a bit daunting going into a bridal boutique for brides, not knowing how things work and if they will find anything they like. Then of course there is Eric the shop dog who greets the brides when they come in, he is a real icebreaker”

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