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Maggie Sottero Designs, one of the world’s most recognized wedding dress manufacturers, shows its support for accessibility for all in the bridal space through its partnership with All Bodies, All Brides.
All Bodies, All Brides is a company focused on making weddings accessible and inclusive for all brides. Katie Horan, founder of All Bodies, All Brides, said the company began as an advocacy and education initiative to amplify marginalized voices in the disabled community.
Maggie Sottero Designs is honored to have the opportunity to partner with All Bodies, All Brides and continues to deepen its efforts to support and spread awareness around accessibility.
Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Christina Blanchette, said, “Maggie Sottero Designs is dedicated to its mission around love and love for all, and with that comes the responsibility to elevate and raise awareness around accessibility in the bridal industry. We strive to use our position in the bridal world to elevate and enhance the experiences of those in underserved communities.”
Together, the two brands created a photo shoot to raise awareness for brides with disabilities and celebrate that they too can enjoy the dress and wedding of their dreams. Simply Blush Bridal, an authorized Maggie Sottero Designs retailer located in Wendell, North Carolina, hosted the event. The four beautiful models represented the cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and spinal cord injury communities.
Maggie Sottero Designs’ partnership with All Bodies, All Brides to facilitate this styled shoot is just one part of Maggie’s journey to cultivate a more inclusive environment in the bridal industry, and the brand looks forward to continuing its efforts.
For more information about All Bodies, All Brides, visit their website.