June 2013 | Ideal Bride Magazine
Emma Hunt is a London based designer who blends her bespoke couture design skills with impeccable customer service for a truly personal experience and beautiful pieces made to measure for each client. Together with her small team of a talented seamstress and skilled hand-finisher, Emma works from her studio in leafy Wimbledon Park, using only the finest quality fabrics and natural fibers with precision and care.
Themes of by-gone elegance are realised through exquisite fabrics such as silk satin chiffon and silk duchess satin, while classic embellishments of Italian embroidered organza and French lace sourced from Calais are interplayed with clean lines for a contemporary feel. Emma has built up a reputation for her personal approach; drawing on her previous experience in hospitality, Emma gives her clients and their dresses her undivided attention, from initial consultations to fittings and beyond, ensuring each and every client walks away with their dream dress.
Header: Emma Hunt Bridal Collection Chloe
Above: Emma Hunt Bridal Collection Sasha
Above: Emma Hunt Bridal Collection Clara
Above: Emma Hunt Bridal Collection Ellen
Above: Emma Hunt Bridal Collection Maddy
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