These lovely ladies are two of my favorites. They were trusting enough to let me pick something from my collection to enhance their look. I choose the my Narcissus piece for the beautiful bride in gold. The delicate petals on the petite flower gave a nod to the ruffles at her neckline while the shimmering golds blended together seamlessly.
For the lady in silver, we opted to add lilting peacock feathers in subtle ivory to the Charis Fascinator. The hand-beaded base and the pink of the plumes were a great additions to these understated tones.
Together, these two hum with gentle sylvan sounds and a glint of otherworldly magic
Glamour was at the heart of this California wedding. The bride looked 1930's Hollywood with her custom made, perfectly fitted gown. We decided to use ivory peacock feathers for the hair adornment tying in the the traditional peacock feathers in her bouquet while keeping the piece in the realm of understated glamour. Tiny gold beads scattered on the net heighten the drama of the traditional birdcage veil.
This Bride's gown from Portland Oregon boutique Lena Medoyeff Studio was made of beautiful three dimensional French Lace. The boutique gave us the extra fabric from the gown which we combined with accents of gold to make a delicate piece for the ceremony. The hand-cut gold flowers on this piece are reminiscent of hops, one of the Groom's favorite flora.
For the Reception we created a bolder two-toned golden organza flower, that was all about celebration!
Celebrating her Mexican heritage this bride wanted a splash of color to finish her do. Inspired by Frida Kahlo we fashioned three flowers in varying styles and in shades of oranges and pinks, creating a very festive look.