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  • How Opus will make you 'Be Beautiful' on your Wedding Day

    How Opus will make you 'Be Beautiful' on your Wedding Day

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    Every little girl has a dream, and for one little girl that dream was to give every bride a haute couture experience when creating their wedding dress. Sharon McPherson established Opus Couture based in the seaside village of West Kilbride in 2003 and it has quickly grown to be Scotland's leading name in bridal fashion. With nominations every year and winning Best Bridal Retailers in 2006, 2010 alongside the VOWS Industry Awards in 2016, its fair to say, we know brides. That original ethos runs in the veins of the whole team who become a very important part of the bride's wedding day, even if they are not there in person, what the bride is wearing is everything we've done for them, right down from the buying to every stitch and bead.

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  • 5 Reasons to Buy from a Reputable Salon - RBA Approved

    5 Reasons to Buy from a Reputable Salon - RBA Approved

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    You are starting what is the minefield of hunting for your dress, one of the most important decisions you will make in your dressing history, more important than your brand new school uniform complete with hideous clumpy 'sensible' shoes, the first suit you wore on your first day of your working life and lets just brush over that ill-fated prom dress - no one will ever understand why taffeta was a good idea. You have google searched and came back an abundance of what claim to be the best wedding shop you will ever go in - in fact not even worth considering that other one along the road, they all scream 'COME HERE'; but how do you tell from the silk and the polyester? Luckily, as always, we are here to guide you down the wedding path of bridal success that most definitely avoids all forms of taffeta.

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  • Dressing your Bridesmaids

    Dressing your Bridesmaids

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    Your bride tribe, your girl gang, the galdem; the most important women in your life that are going to guide you towards your wedding day and marriage. You want them all there up front and centre, and couldn't think of a better bunch to do it with. When you arrive for your appointment at Opus Couture, you are all positioned in our bridesmaid room, curtains are closed and then we begin!

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  • Buying a plus size wedding dress, love your curves!

    Buying a plus size wedding dress, love your curves!

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    Opus Curvy Weekend Event takes place on the 6th and 7th of October and celebrates girls with the 3 B’s; Boobs, Bellys and Bums! We want our brides to embrace their curves and feel fabulous in their own skin. At Opus our mission is to provide a gown which make our bride feel and ‘Be’ the most beautiful she has ever been.

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  • Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue

    Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue

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    We have all heard the rhyme; ‘something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue’ but what does it really mean and how can you incorporate it into your big day without having to wear your great aunt Mavis’s moth ridden old veil? Fear not! We have everything you need to know and some creative suggestions which will let you ‘be beautiful' on your wedding day.

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  • How to Speak Bride

    How to Speak Bride

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    My goodness, what a shock! They popped the question and its the happiest you have ever been! You've spent years growing your Pinterest board, imaging your hen party and collecting travel brochures for your honeymoon, but now its here, IRL and where do you even begin? Luckily we are here on hand to guide you through what can be a confusing experience when you begin shopping for the one….no we don't mean husband or wife, the other one…your wedding dress!

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