AN independent Halesowen bridal shop celebrated its 15th anniversary along with the launch of its new look.

TDR Bridal, formerly The Dressing Rooms, on Manor Way, invited the mayor councillor Sue Greenaway for the launch of its rebrand, which features a new look boutique and website.

The business, which was set up in 2007, helps brides find the dress of their dreams.

With more than 400 gowns to choose from and with the expertise of staff and in-house seamstresses, all brides get a tailored experience.

Councillor Greenaway said: "I’m delighted to have been invited to this milestone anniversary event which also marks the launch of TDR Bridal’s rebrand and new look.

"It’s been wonderful to meet the team and hear about how the business continues to go from strength to strength."

Rebecca Baddeley, founder and director at TDR Bridal, said: "I am incredibly proud to reach 15 years in business and it’s wonderful to have the mayor join us for such a special occasion.

"TDR is constantly developing but at its heart is a team with a passion to provide brides with the best advice, support and shopping experience to help them find the dress of their dreams.

"My team work so hard, they’re simply amazing!"

The boutique is a member of Purple Tuesday, a programme co-ordinated by disability organisation Purple, which encourages businesses to improve the customer experience for individuals with disabilities.

There is disabled access, the size of changing rooms has been increased to accommodate wheelchair access and staff have learnt sign language.

TDR Bridal also has a range of accessories along with a menswear department and an outlet, where dresses can be bought ‘off the peg’ for a fraction of their original price.

The visit was the latest in the Made in Dudley Borough series where senior leaders celebrate local firms doing great things.