Maritta Emser Schlaganfall

Maritta Emser Schlaganfall | Maritta Emser is well known for the television series “Between Tulle and Tears,” which she created. What makes a wedding planner tick, however? Is she married, and how did she end up in her current position? We have all of the crucial details.

Maritta Emser Schlaganfall
Maritta Emser Schlaganfall

Maria-Cäcilia Maritta Emser is my name, and I’m (loosely based on Marlene Dietrich. From head to toe, I’m well-prepared for weddings. Yes, I enjoy what I do.

Brides have always fascinated me, even as a child, because of their immaculate whiteness. Fabrics, veils, and decorations were all quite ornate. That particular day was crucial. And I’ve been fortunate enough to have been able to devote my entire working life to this interest since then.

I’ve been tackling the most beautiful task in the world with commitment for nearly 30 years: assisting a bride in finding her dream gown. The gleam in my eyes when she discovers her fantasy garment on me is the best prize for me.

Maritta Emser Schlaganfall
Maritta Emser Schlaganfall

I’m excited to see you in Cologne and take you on a tour of the most exquisite bridal clothes. We’ll work together to select something you’ll love and that will make you the centre of attention.

Maritta Emser 71, the Bridal Outfitter featured in the Vox documentary “Between Tulle and Tears,” is always available to assist her customers in selecting their ideal gown. She also sells genuine high-end fashion. According to “bild.de,” a major incident occurred in her business “Deluxe by Cecile” in Cologne’s Neumarktpassage, which the 71-year-olds received.

There was an accident in the store in September, as Maritta Emser reveals in an interview: There was a window that smashed, resulting in huge costs: “It looked like it had been bombed.” It seemed as though the window had blown out. “Thank heavens no one was in the store,” Maritta continues, still stunned.

Maritta Emser Schlaganfall
Maritta Emser Schlaganfall

She can no longer sell approximately 80 of her pricey garments because of the bits flying around. Glass shards entangled in their clothes could cause injury to their consumers when they try them on.

Around 100,000 euros has been lost as a result of the incident. “That’s a lot of money – especially in these times of Corona,” says the 71-year-old businessman.

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