Dramatic Jewels is bringing internationally acclaimed jewellery designer, Rodrigo Otazu’s “I Do” bridal range to the forthcoming NEC Birmingham National Wedding Show 7-9 October. Dramatic Jewels has been appointed as the official UK dealer of this fabulous designer bridal jewellery range and it will be the very first time that the collection has ever been available to buy or be seen on display in the UK.  You'll also get a chance to see models strutting their stuff down the catwalk adorned in Otazu's gorgeous jewellery!

Dramatic Jewels is celebrating the launch with some very special offers at the NEC show, including the chance for one lucky bride to win their wedding jewels completely free! There will also be special show-only discounts, supported by Dramatic Jewels’ unique “buy back” option, as well as their comprehensive jewellery hire service, helping to manage those hard-pressed wedding budgets.

The jewels of Otazu are favourites of A-list celebrities like Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman, Sarah Jessica Parker, Madonna and Jennifer Lopez. Fashionistas and some of the world’s most stylish women are clamouring to wear this amazing up and coming designer’s work. Rodrigo Otazu uses only the finest materials in his jewellery designs using AAA grade Swarovski Crystal.

More of the Otazu range, including the full ‘I Do’ bridal range, can be seen online at www.dramatic-jewels.com.


Visitors to the NEC show simply visit the stand and fill in a free prize draw card.

For those who don’t visit the show all you have to do is send an email to winyourweddingjewels@dramatic-jewels.com with title “Peonies & Pearls” stating your name, email address and the date of your wedding. Prize draws take place four times a year in October, January, April, & July. Winners details will be posted on the Dramatic Jewels web site and the winner will be notified by email after the draw takes place.

The prize is a beautiful bridal bracelet designed by Rodrigo Otazu and made with Swarovski crystals.  The lucky winner can also choose to receive a Gift Certificate worth £200 as an alternative to the prize.

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