This step by designer Natalie of Madeline Isaac-James is a wonderful way to help Brides who have limited time left achieve the day of their dreams.
A percentage of sales of ‘Naomi’ an elegant silk shantung gown with lace accents (named after the founder of the Wedding Wishing Well Foundation, Naomi Thomas) will be launched at the prestigious White Gallery, London in May 2013.
The Gown will be available to brides through Madeline Isaac-James stockists from September 2013.
Designer of the Madeline Isaac-James label, Natalie Gladman says “We are delighted to be involved with helping raise funds for the Wedding Wishing Well Foundation.”
In addition to the launch of the beautiful ‘Naomi’ gown in May, Natalie says “We have pledged to donate our ex-sample/discontinued line dresses.”
“This is also an important element of the Wedding Wishing Well Foundation and we would encourage other designers to support the foundation in the same way.”
The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation was founded in Jan 2012 with a sole aim – to plan and fund weddings for people who are terminally ill.
The founder Naomi Thomas has a terminal illness herself and she decided to start the charity when she found herself unable to afford to get married to her long term supportive partner Graham, who she describes as her rock.
A local wedding planner came forward to help Naomi & Graham with their wedding and they married in June 2012.
The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation had a very successful first year, and is proud to have been honoured with two awards from national magazines in January 2013 (Bride of The Year Award and Most Caring Person Award) in Jan 2013.
Through the increase in exposure of the good work that the Foundation offers, it continues to receive offers of help and also, consequently, has had many more enquiries from brides and grooms looking for support.
Contact The Wedding Wishing Well http://www.weddingwishingwell.org.uk/
Contact Madeline Isaac-James – http://www.madelineisaacjames.com