Abbi aims to make dreams come true

Abbi Grosse
Abbi Grosse

Your wedding is one of the most important times in your life, but a new Bridlington business is aiming to make the big day even more special.

At the age of just 22, Abbi Grosse has set up her own business, Dreams Come True, hiring out unusual accessories to add more sparkle to big occasions.

A former pupil at Bridlington School, Abbi is now concentrating on marketing her new venture online and at wedding fayres.

She said: “I realise the potential in the market and the events industry and I can now provide a service to make people happy too.

“The business hires out many different unique accessories, such as a candy cart for all the sweet lovers, and wishing trees for those who would like to keep wishing tags instead of having guestbooks.

“I have a Royal Mail postbox and wishing wells for a safe place to keep all your gifts and cards together and tableware to make your tables look pretty, including birdcages, fishbowls, mirrors and Martini vases.

“I also sell engraved gifts which can be personalised with your own messages, and wine glass charms personalised to your events colour schemes.

“I hope to achieve a professional but happy, reliable service. I also am very happy to go the extra mile to satisfy my customers by helping them find what they’re looking for even if I dont provide it.

“I can offer many things,, including helping customers to plan their special events.”

Dreams Come True is offering Free Press readers a 10% discount if they quote DREAMS1 when ordering via email dreamscometrue1@outlook.com or by calling 07811 049846.