Folkster to host a wedding showcase & bridal pop up in February
Folkster is a carefully curated and female-owned Irish brand, known for top quality and unique occasionwear, jewellery pieces and even homewares.
With a wedding day fashion show for brides-to-be as well as bridesmaids and mother-of-the-brides, and there will also be an additional bridal pop-up event where you can then try on and purchase later on in the month, there will be plenty of inspiration to be found.
Folkster has become a go-to for brides looking for something a little bit different, and they also have an impressive selection of relatively affordable and unique bridesmaid’s dresses to choose from that are perfect for bridesmaids with different shapes.
Sunday February 5th
At the Dundrum Town Centre location, on Sunday February 5th you’ll be able to catch the Folkster Fashion Show that will be showcasing looks for brides, bridesmaids, wedding guests and also mother-of-the-bride/groom.
Starting at 12pm, this will be a seated fashion show, showcasing all the current styles available at Folkster. Tickets are limited and cost €20, and the cost of the ticket is redeemable against any purchases over €100 at Folkster or Folkster Bridal until May 30th.
Click here to purchase tickets.
Bridal Pop Up
February 9th – 12th
Folkster’s bridal suite is usually located at the Kilkenny City Centre store, however for four days in February you’ll be able to browse the latest collection, try-on and even purchase some gowns off-the-rack at the Dundrum Town Centre store.
To ensure each bride gets a personalised and intimate shopping experience with the Folkster bridal stylists, the pop-up will only be accessible via pre-booking an appointment time. Accessories will also be available at this four day bridal pop-up, to ensure you find your perfect bridal look.
Bridal appointments at this pop-up will cost €20, and you can check out the bridal dresses and bridal separates that will be available at this pop-up right here.
Book your appointment right here.
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