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YOUR EXPERIENCE AT NOBLE & WRIGHT/

YOUR EXPERIENCE AT NOBLE & WRIGHT/

A little about us and what to expect as a Noble & Wright bride.

If it’s an unforgettable bridal experience you’re looking for, the search is officially
over bride-to-be. Infused with owner, Hannah Ameer-Beg’s admirable expertise
(she’s worked in the wedding industry for over 15 years) endless devotion to Noble
& Wright brides and tireless love for the wedding dress journey (and the meticulous
process that lies behind it) there’s no doubt in our minds that at Noble & Wright we
offer a bridal experience quite unlike any other.

As soon as you step into Noble & Wright’s world at 3 Woolerton Drive, Rothley,
Leicester you’ll sense that our slightly eclectic showroom has something truly
unique to offer the modern bride. Situated just outside of the main city centre in
the quiet village of Rothley (you’ll be delighted to hear it’s lovely and private with
plenty of parking) the Noble & Wright bridal boutique sits surrounded by a
smattering of shops and local pubs – not to mention a mere stones throw from
Leicestershire’s famous Bradgate park. Meaning, a day out with your selected
guests can definitely be on the cards, as well as our luxurious bridal appointment.
Prepare to become accustomed to our signature love for rich dark blue (a tone
based on a Farrow & Ball paint colour that owner Hannah immediately fell in love
with) not to mention our delightfully untraditional approach to the curation of our
gloriously intimate studio space at Noble & Wright. While the beautifully fresh,
alluring designs of our luxury British bridal brand 29 Atelier await brides’ interest on
the rails (we’re their flagship stockist) a beguiling palette of classic French grey and
bold yellow dances over the furnishings, bespoke furniture pieces crafted from
wrought iron (and created by a talented local designer) reside throughout, while a
capsule collection of Halo & Co accessories sparkle alongside an enchanting
selection of veils and a feature faux fur, zebra print rug takes centre stage. It’s a
Leicestershire bridal boutique unlike any other. So, let’s talk details…

What does a Noble & Wright bridal appointment entail?
Regardless of whether you’ve booked your appointment via our Instagram, contact
form or phone, you can rest assured that every moment of your Noble & Wright
bridal experience is guided by the boutique’s owner, Hannah. She’ll be the one
greeting you at the door (often with a variety of drinks and bubbles in-hand) and
making you instantly feel at ease, because Noble & Wright is your bridal
playground for your appointment; a world to discover the innovative and exciting
designs of our British designer 29 Atelier and the possibilities that lie within not
only their genius separates offering, but our bespoke service too. For us, that very
first appointment (and the fittings that follow) are all about building a relationship.
Our brides put their trust in our hands, and we really treasure that and strive to
meet every expectation.

Should I bring anything with me to my Noble & Wright bridal appointment?
We tend to cater for most things in-house at the boutique (including a selection of
shoes in a variety of sizes to try on alongside your dress) however we do advise
that a plain strapless bra and plain underwear is helpful but not a necessity.

How many guests can I bring?
The showroom is an intimate space so we usually advise bringing no more than
three guests (excluding the bride). From past experience, we find that brides don’t
get as much out of the appointment if there are too many people present. Plus,
there will be plenty of opportunity to involve others at later stages of the process.

What’s so unique about 29 Atelier?
At the beginning of every Noble & Wright bridal appointment, owner Hannah will sit
down with the bride and explain the beauty of British bridal designer, 29 Atelier’s
innovative bridal offering (alongside Noble & Wright’s journey as a bridal boutique).
Not only does this provide brides with the understanding of how the bridal
collection works as a whole but it’s pivotal to appreciating how the collection can
offer brides versatility in terms of design! We, of course, stock dresses (alongside
our line of separates) for brides to try, but we often find that many instantly fall in
love with the fact that the separates offer the ability to curate their very own unique
bridal look for the aisle. All of our separates can be made as dresses and don’t
have to be worn as two pieces if the brides prefer. Plus, we also offer a service
whereby if the bride has opted for a dress and not a two piece they can bring their
dress back to Noble & Wright post-wedding and have the dress separated into a
top and skirt. Providing the design with a new lease of life well beyond the
nuptials!

 

How many fittings follow the first appointment?
With regards to fittings it completely depends on the dress chosen by the bride
and whether we are doing any particular customisations. However, usually brides
require one or two fittings followed by a collection appointment.
Do you have a seamstress in-house at Noble & Wright?
We complete all fitting appointments in-house and have a local seamstress who
carries out any alterations required.

How would a bespoke appointment differ to a regular Noble & Wright
appointment?
More often than not our bespoke brides already have a sense of what they would
like in terms of custom design. It’s then down to us at Noble & Wright to discover
more about them as a bride and bring their ideas to life interlacing our knowledge
and expertise. Owner Hannah will then produce a sketch of the idea and discuss
fabrics and finishes. Fitting-wise the bespoke process is definitely a little more time
consuming depending on the dress. Brides will experience what we call a toile
fitting initially before their dress is made. This allows for them to try on the dress –
which is usually made in a cotton or lining fabric – before we craft the final creation.
At this stage we can check the fit and shape and make any adjustments needed.
Once the bride is happy, the dress will be cut and made and a standard set of
fittings follow. Notably, these may be more involved as they may require hand work
and finishing details to be completed in-house.

Bespoke Bride by Noble and Wright Atelier

Does Noble & Wright like to see their bride’s final wedding pictures?
We absolutely love seeing your wedding photographs! Sadly, as a bridal boutique,
we are one of the few suppliers that doesn’t get to be there on the actual day so
would really appreciate seeing our Noble & Wright brides’ final aisle looks!
Although we see you several times in your gown before the big day, nothing quite
compares to a bride on their wedding day when everything comes together! If
you’d like to share your wedding photographs with us please email them to
info@nobleandwright.co.uk

Book a bridal appointment with Hannah from Noble & Wright.
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