The maternity bridal brand’s Surrey offices were visited by Sir Ed Davey MP to congratulate them for their Queen’s Award win
Surrey-based bridal brand Tiffany Rose, which creates maternity bridalwear for pregnant brides-to-be and bridesmaids, was visited by the MP for Kingston and Surbiton, Sir Ed Davey, this week.
The MP came to the brand’s head offices to congratulate them in person following their Queen’s Award win.
Tiffany Rose won the Queen’s Award for International Trade 2018 for Outstanding Short-Term Growth in overseas sales over the past three years. They previously won a Queen’s Award in 2013, making them the first maternity wear designer to receive a prestigious Queen’s Award twice in a five-year time frame.
Started by Tiffany London in 2003, Tiffany Rose creates gorgeous and versatile maternity and nursing dresses for expectant and nursing mothers who have a special occasion to attend. The multi-million pound business now operates a head office, warehouse and design studio in Surrey – shipping orders to over 100 boutiques and 120 countries.
All of Tiffany Rose’s design and production happens in the UK – they are passionate about supporting the British manufacturing industry and work with six specialised manufacturers across Britain. They employ the UK’s most skilled and experienced craftspeople from across the country.
Find out more about Tiffany Rose here.