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Elderberry introducing Callista plus size wedding dresses
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Nov '11
Basingstoke bridal shop, Elderberry Brides, is delighted to announce that it has now received its first consignment of plus size wedding dresses from Callista Bride - a leading UK designer of plus size bridal gowns for the fuller figure bride.

As the original Greek name suggests, 'most beautiful' is an appropriate description of the most recent collection of plus size wedding gowns available from Basingstoke bridal retailer Elderberry Brides Plus.

Described by the manufacturer as "a collection for 'brides with curves", Callista Bride has been creating wedding gowns specifically for the fuller figure bride for many years. Each gown is specially constructed to meet the needs of larger size brides in terms of style, support and perfect fit.

Attention to detail by the designer is central to their superb creations by providing practical features such as detachable halter straps or straps wide enough to cover bra straps.

Callista "invite you to experience the impeccable styling and incomparable fit... and welcome you to look and feel the 'most beautiful'."

Elderberry Brides' owner and store manager commented, "We're really excited to have received our first delivery from this new bridal supplier. We warmly welcome Callista Bride as the latest addition to our dedicated plus size labels and we're confident they'll be as hugely successful as our existing collections."

A selection of dresses from the 'Brides With Curves' collection is now available to view in Elderberry Brides' Basingstoke store.

Elderberry Brides Plus is part of Elderberry Brides and offers a bridal service that specialises in larger dress sizes and accessories for brides and bridesmaids with fuller figures.

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