Making your own bridal bouquets. Cascading wedding bouquets.
Making Your Own Bridal Bouquets
- (Bridal bouquet) The floral arrangement carried by the bride in the ceremony and often later tossed over her shoulder to single guests at the reception. Bouquets come in many different styles, such as "beidermeier" and "cascade."
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spring summer hand blocked sinamay bridal hat in ivory
Couture quality handmade spring, summer hat in ivory straw, sinamay. Has a wide flowing brim decorated in shades of ivory, cream and taupe. Perfect for any outside garden special or church event. The hat is detailed with a satin floral band while the crown is covered in a bouquet of ivory ribbon roses. The side of the crown stands apart with several handmade cabbage roses in various shapes and shades of ivory and taupe. A wide taupe satin accent finishes the front of the hat and as the hat.
I personally create each hat one at a time, they are not mass produced and no two are ever exactly the same. My hats are 100% handmade using traditional tailoring techniques and the highest quality fabrics, hand sewn lining and details.
This hat is made to fit a medium 22 1/8" to a 22 5/8" head measurement. I will be happy to make you your own hat in this style in the color or your choice. Contact me with your head measurement.
"IMPORTANT" How to measure for your hat size. Take a cloth measuring tape around the back of your head and over your ears. Have the tape meet on your forehead where you want the hat to sit. Do this several times as an accurate measurement is important. A 1/4 inch off in a measurement can make a difference in your hat's fit.
Was at my first proffesional photoshoot yesterday! I was the photographers assistant. He is a family friend and an amazing photographer!! The shoot was mainly to shoot a new range of tiara's but the photographer decided that we would take some shots of the dresses for the shop we hired them from.
I thought id just be there to help set up lights, hold reflectors etc, and i did but Brian (photographer) let me use some of the equipment aswell and i got a shot of his Nikon D3!!! This is a shot i took on my own camera, the shots i took with the D3 will be up within the next few weeks!!
Thanks to Brian for the experience, I learnt tons!! Thanks to hair stylist and make-up artist, Rebecca of Little White Box Events for the tiaras and last but not at all least a huge thank you to the models for getting up so unbelievably early and giving up your sunday to come and wear a wedding dress for the day!!
Again barely any editing on this photo, just the water mark. Tiny change in the levels and the contrast.
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