Wedding website set to launch

Felicity Phillips who has started her own business making wedding invites.

Felicity Phillips who has started her own business making wedding invites. - Credit: Archant

A CREATIVE mother-of-two is offering brides and grooms-to-be the chance to add a touch of individuality to their weddings.

Felicity Phillips who has started her own business making wedding invites.

Felicity Phillips who has started her own business making wedding invites. - Credit: Archant

Felicity Phillips, age 35, of Weston Village, is about to launch her new website for Belle & Beau Occasions, which specialises in wedding and party favours, invitations, and gifts.

Felicity Phillips who has just started her own business making wedding invites.

Felicity Phillips who has just started her own business making wedding invites. - Credit: Archant

The business woman and mum is married to Darren and the couple have two children.

She has lived in Somerset for 19 years and started her business up just over a year ago, but is preparing to go live with the website www.belle-and-beau.co.uk

Felicity said: “I specialise in wedding and party favours, table plans and occasion gifts for things like baby showers and weddings, as well as teachers’ gifts and decorations for Easter and Christmas


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“I have recently started making mini cake bunting and birthday and occasion door wreaths, as well as having a go at wedding invitations.

“I am always coming up with new ideas for things to make

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“I love a celebration, who doesn’t, and I love the small details and touches that can make an occasion.

“I like a challenge, so if a customer has an idea of something they would like but cannot see it on the website then all they need to do is ask and I will always do my best to turn their ideas into reality.”

You can follow Felicity via her Facebook page and watch out for the website soon.

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