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British bridal designer Jenny Packham has teamed up with Cancer Research and created a set of exclusive pin badges for the charity's wedding favours range.

As a luxury wedding dress designer Jenny Packham has kitted out many celebrities for their big day and has a ready-to-wear collection adored by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge and Emma Watson. Now, in a bid to give something back to the wedding industry and support a worthy cause, Jenny has created two unique pin designs that act as favours and can be attached on to a personalised cards for guests or simply pinned to a napkin. The pins, a pink and silver shooting star and a silver swallow, are in keeping with the style of her dress making, taking on an art-deco look.

In return for such unique and elegant favours Cancer Research is asking for a donation of £2.50 per guest, which will go towards their work of helping people beat cancer.

"I'm thrilled with the designs. On the surface they are pretty accessories for someone's big day that could fit into any stylish wedding or special occasion, but there's much more to it, it will help Cancer Research UK fund their vital research into beating cancer, a disease that affects more than one in three of us at some point in our lives," says Jenny Packham.

For more information visit www.giveincelebration.org/favours

 
Posted: Friday, 26 August 2011
 
 
 
 
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Georgina Cassels
Georgina Cassels, Editor of Your South Wales Wedding magazine



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