Pritchard & Moore launch their 1st Anniversary celebrations

Pritchard & Moore launch their 1st Anniversary celebrations with a beautiful bridal photo shoot showcasing donated bridal gowns, including couture Welsh bridal designer Stephanie Allin.

Pritchard & Moore were thrilled to take part in an exclusive photo shoot, working with industry experts including, Coca Bella Bride & Maxine Howells Photography, which is featured in this month’s Your South Wales Wedding Magazine.

Our bridal boutique celebrates one year of business on 27th July 2017, in that time we have sold over 200 dresses to brides who will not only feel beautiful on their special day, but will also help to make a vital difference to the lives of many.

Along with ‘worn once’ dresses generously donated, Pritchard & Moore has brand new dresses from designers such as Ellis Bridal, Jonathan James, Eva Jordan, Catherine Jane and Ronald Joyce, as well as other ex-season stock donated from bridal boutiques across the UK.

Boutique manager Alison George says; “We have had donations from right across the country and all profits go to vital research to fight cancer. We are the first of a kind because we offer all the luxury, expertise and outstanding service of a bespoke bridal boutique whilst helping to save lives.”

Pritchard and Moore provides a unique experience; the exclusivity and excellent standards of a high end bridal boutique, with an ever changing range of beautiful gowns, whilst supporting one of Wales’ most essential causes.

With thanks to those involved in this exclusive photo shoot:
Bridal Gowns / Pritchard & Moore

Grooms Wear /  Dafydd Menswear

Models / Charlie Munro and India Finlayson

Courtesy of Lab Class Model Management Wales

William Northbrooke

Hair and Makeup / Coco Bella Bride

Photography /  Maxine Howells Photography

Flowers / Urban Flower Studio

Set  /  Lumi Event Design

Props  /  Love From Ellie


Thank you to everyone who has helped to make Pritchard & Moore such a wonderful success over the last year – you have helped to make the work of Cancer Research Wales possible.