Luxury bridal and evening wear designer Suzanne Neville, whose stunning dresses are adored by fashion’s finest figures, including Holly Willoughby, Christine Bleakley, Katherine Jenkins and Anna Friel, has designed a limited edition wedding favour pin badge exclusively for Cancer Research UK.
The unique favour has been carefully crafted to include elements of Suzanne’s famous designs, choosing a classic symbol of love – the heart – while paying homage to her trademark corset shapes. Gently curved lines join at the centre to draw focus to a diamanté detail, while delicate glitter adds to the sparkle of this sleek design.
Couples planning their big day can order these stylish pin badges for every guest, along with personalised favour cards with the bride and groom’s names and their wedding date elegantly displayed.
These limited edition wedding favours are a meaningful souvenir and a unique way to add the perfect finishing touch to your wedding day. Choosing Cancer Research UK’s favours also offers a subtle way for the bride and groom to celebrate a friend or family member surviving cancer, or to remember someone close to them.
In return, Cancer Research UK asks that couples make a suggested donation of £2.50 per pin badge, which goes towards the charity’s life saving research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all cancers.
Suzanne Neville said: “I was delighted when Cancer Research UK asked me if I’d like to design a wedding favour for its wonderful range, and I’m really pleased with how it’s turned out. I wanted to create something simple and elegant. Getting married is about celebrating your loved ones, your family and friends as much as each other. This little keepsake is the ideal reminder of a special day for everyone who’s lucky enough to share it with you.
“Sadly, one in three people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, which means it will probably affect us all at some point in our lives. But thanks to research, more people are surviving cancer than ever before and Cancer Research UK has been at the heart of that progress.
“I hope that everyone who orders the pin badges enjoys them, and that they give generously, knowing that their contribution will help beat cancer sooner.’’