Emily and Andrey got married on the dreamy Caymen Islands. Emily's dress had the most beautiful hand painted flowers on them, and so it was fitting that she wanted her piece to have flowers to mimic the motif seen on her dress. Together we created a head piece composed of 3 different blooms in a combination of various neutrals. The largest bloom was made of a pale pink muslin, with a cluster of ivory pearls wired together to form the center. The other was made of a combination of tulle and chiffon to make a soft ruffled bloom, while the third flower was a taupe, dupioni silk bloom with a pearl center. The flowers were accented with some ivory feathers and a little gathering of russian netting. Each with their own unique qualities and fabrics, the 3 blooms came together beautifully to create a lovely piece, to compliment the blushing bride. Wishing the two of you the best as you start your new lives together in London!
Images courtesy of Emily Snow
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
I know it's been a while since I've posted, so I wanted to share images of what I've been working on lately. Enjoy!
Ivory hand cut crepe, shaped, and assembled bloom with vintage ivory millinery stamens, white feathers, and russian veil netting, set on a 5 prong silver wire hair comb.
Pale pink hand cut, shaped, and assembled muslin bloom with vintage berry speckled millinery stamens, laced with french chantilly, and a gathering of white coque feathers. Attached to a wire hair comb.
A combination of pale pink and ivory hand cut, shaped, and assembled muslin and organza bloom with ivory vintage millinery stamens, adorned with vintage millinery leaves, and coque feathers. Attached to wire hair comb.
A trio of organza, and silk flowers embellished with clusters of white and guinea feathers. Attached to a wire hair comb.
A pairing of a pale pink muslin bloom with a pearl cluster center, with a fluffy ivory chiffon flower, embellished with hand beaded leaves, and white feathers.
This custom piece was made for my friend Emily's rehearsal dinner. She chose an ivory crepe and muslin rose bloom with smaller hydrangea buds and white coque feathers.
Saturday, January 29, 2011
A great way to personalize a wedding gown is to add a sash. It's really amazing how it can transform a gown and change the entire look of your style. It's also a nice addition to wear during your reception to give your dress a fun, flirty feel, or it can be the perfect compliment to add some sparkle or color. Here are a few sashes that I'd like to share:
White alencon lace motif with handbeaded glass pearls on a 1.5" wide
dusty rose silk grosgrain sash (measures 72" long).
Silk embroidered rose motif embellished with handsewn seedbeads
attached to a 1.25" taupe silk grosgrain sash (measures 72" long).
Silver glass beaded applique attached to a 1.5" wide dusty rose
silk grosgrain ribbon (measures 72" long).
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
I'm excited to share some images of my latest pieces for my Spring collection. I've been obsessed with a new flower making technique that I've picked up, and here are the results; something amazingly romantic, feminine, soft, and just beautiful. I'm loving the subtle colors, wavy petals, and vintage millinery stamens. These pieces are made of a combination of muslin and crepe fabrics that have been stiffened, hand cut, shaped and assembled. It's a long process but completely worth it. Each bloom is attached to a wire hair comb and assembled with a gathering of coque feathers. It would be stunning slipped behind a loose, chignon, or tucked behind an ear.
Saturday, January 22, 2011
I was very flattered when my friend Miranda contacted me to help her design a hair piece for her sister Emily, who had a late summer wedding in Thailand. I ended up creating a magnolia bloom with a peach Swarovski crystal center, framed by a cluster of white coque feathers. Here are some gorgeous images of Emily and the special people in her life. Congratulations to the happy couple!!
Photo credit: Alice Hu & Serena Choi of Lovely Leaf Studios