A truly unique bridal offering, Halo & Wren in Hertfordshire offers a curated selection of international bridal designers
Halo & Wren Bridal
Celebrated across the industry for her innate sense of style – not to mention her intuitive ability for kickstarting trends in the bridal industry, founder and owner Jemma Palmer started the Halo & Wren journey after her own disheartening bridal experience.
‘It wasn’t the gown that started Halo & Wren, it was journey to the gown,’ Jemma explains. ‘I struggled to find relaxed, non-traditional, international designers and felt that bridal boutiques didn’t represent me as a modern bride.’
Fuelled by this experience, Halo & Wren was born, delivering on a truly unique bridal offering: whereby a curated selection of international designers and a fiercely cool, no-pressure bridal service became the boutique’s signature blend.
Flooded with natural light and a calming colour palette of soft beige tones, tan, oatmeal and pure white, the boutique is peppered with cool, architectural details, striking furniture pieces and effortlessly pulls together an enticing mix of new, up-cycled and second-hand design.
Stocking the likes of Jane Hill Bridal, Alena Leena, Daarlarna Couture, & FOR LOVE, Made With Love Bridal, Esty Style, Studio Levana Curve, Amy New, E&W Couture and a revered selection of accessories (including the handcrafted pieces of French design house, Maison Sabben), Halo & Wren is a mecca for the coolest of modern brides.
‘This next level of bridal boutique really reflects my ever changing bride and allows me to indulge my own design preferences in confidence.’ says Jemma
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