You may have recently come across the initials ‘GDPR’ and wondered what they meant.

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and it becomes law on 25 May 2018.

Basically it protects you by controlling the way business and public sector organisations handle their customer information.

It gives consumers new rights to access the information companies hold about them, obligations for better data management by businesses and large fines if businesses do not comply.

We think it is a really positive step towards you having more control over how your data is used and how you’re contacted. The changes will also help to protect your personal data better. We have updated our privacy notice to reflect these changes, which you can find here.

What we’re doing

We always try to act in the most responsible way possible and to this end we take our customer’s digital privacy very seriously.

So we are doing everything we can to be GDPR compliant.


Our stylists work with hundreds of clients and retain lots of client data, Head Office have worked hard to ensure that we are up to speed on GDPR. To make everything clear we have written comprehensive How To guides to ensure that all of our stylists are working towards being compliant, well ahead of 25th May when GDPR will come into force.

In addition we have updated our privacy and cookie policies.


We occasionally send updates about our products, services, offers and latest news to make sure you are on top of what’s happening in the world of weddings and events!

We know that it can be a nuisance when you receive unwanted emails, instead of asking you to unsubscribe we will be asking you to confirm that you want to continue receiving emails from us, an email will be sent out to all those email addresses we hold before 25th May 2018.

If you don’t confirm that you still wish to hear from us, then we will remove your personal data to ensure our compliance with GDPR.

Your personal information is kept personal

Ambience does not share or sell your personal information. For more information on how we may use your information please take some time to review our Privacy Policy which you can see here.

Our terms and conditions, privacy policy & cookie policy are always available to review on our website and we have also added links to them below. Please feel free to take a look.

You can read more about the EU General Data Protection Regulation here.