Brides-to-be considering getting a bespoke dress made for the wedding will be excited to learn that Emma Hunt London is offering exclusive bridal rewards for backers of her Kickstarter campaign – an amazing chance to afford a dream dress!
Only available through Kickstarter and for a limited time only, Emma is offering to make a higher value bespoke or couture dress for an exclusive Kickstarter price:
- Invest £2,500 and Emma will make a couture dress to the value of £3,000
- Invest £3,000 and Emma will make a couture dress to the value of £4,000
- Invest £4,000 and Emma will make a bespoke dress to the value of £5,000
- Invest £5,000 and Emma will make a bespoke dress to the value of £6,500
Brides looking for a little something extra to transform their dress for church or more formal ceremonies can get their hands on Emma’s popular ivory tulle jacket, for approximately a third of its normal price. Available with cuffed or fluted sleeves, brides can secure this in return for a pledge of £195 to support the campaign.
Emma is running the Kickstarter campaign to raise funding for the launch of her new Little Black Dress Collection. Inspired by her most popular wedding dresses, the timelessly elegant collection is made by hand in Wimbledon, and aims to bring artisan British design to women for all sorts of occasions, not just their wedding day.
The Kickstarter campaign aims to raise £30,000 in funding by the deadline of Thursday 2nd October 2014 in order to enable designer Emma Shard to keep production of the collection at her London studio. If the campaign is successfully funded, Emma will start production of the collection and deliver the handcrafted dresses to the project backers in time for festive parties.
Of why she is hoping to secure funding for the Little Black Dress collection through Kickstarter, Emma commented, “The project needs funding in order to keep production of the collection in the UK, rather than exporting it abroad. I have built my reputation for exquisitely-made couture bridal wear by overseeing all production in-house at my London studio, and I’m passionate about maintaining this as the business grows into new markets.”
Kickstarter is “the world’s largest funding platform for creative projects”. The premise for Kickstarter means that the project must be successfully funded by the end of the campaign’s limited timeline, otherwise it receives nothing.
Emma concluded, “I’m asking for support in this campaign so we can continue to contribute to the best of British design, and provide exquisite couture to women across the UK and beyond, who appreciate craftsmanship and quality. Women who will be proud to wear handmade British design.”
To support Emma Hunt view the campaign on Kickstarter
For more information visit the website: emmahunt.co.uk
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