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Nestled in the beautiful South Coast of Cornwall is Coastal Bridal.

​To own and run a bridal shop has been a dream of owner Hailey’s since she was a little girl and in 2015 the opportunity came up along with her mum Edwina. To say we have the best job in the world is an understatement, every day we come to work is an absolute joy. 

At Coastal Bridal we offer exclusive designer dresses and accessories to meet all of your bridal needs.

All of our gowns range in price between £545 and £2000 and our samples range in size from an 8 to 34.

We stock dresses from Sincerity by Justin Alexander, Victoria Kay Gowns, True Bride and

House of Mooshki.

At present we are the only supplier of True Bride and House of Mooshki dresses in Cornwall.

Our Victoria Kay collection is the largest in Cornwall, with us being one of their top UK customers. We stock three of their collections, Signature, White and Beauty and they all delight in their quality and intricate detail of their lace and bead work, these stunning dresses really are a must see.

 What Victoria Kay Gowns can do with their bespoke changes to dresses has to be seen to be believed, they can do everything from making a dress with no belt, to putting the top of one dress and the bottom of another dress together, along with adding sleeves, changing lace, adding sparkle etc, the only limit to this is your imagination! As for the cost of these changes, we think you'll be pleasantly surprised!

We pride ourselves on our perfect range of dresses and our unrivaled customer service. To us you are not a number, we love to hear all about your wedding plans and to help you find your dream dress.

You can be assured at each appointment you will get to choose from a stunning selection of gowns, have the best customer service, be completely unrushed  and refreshments are provided.


You can call or email us to book your private appointment:

07476 099959

hailey@coastalbridal.co.uk




Did you know? 

When Queen Victoria married Albert, she did not want to wear her state robes as they were so cumbersome. Her Prime Minister Lord Melbourne suggested she marry in white, which she thought was a great idea as it would make her more visible as she rode in her carriage to and from the ceremony. By doing this she set a trend which is still popular today!