Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Sunday, May 24, 2009
I also created this coordinating flower girl pouch per her request.
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
This flower girl basket was a custom order and also had a matching ring pillow. It was constructed out of off white dupioni silk, mint green silk sashes, green roses and aubergine hydrangea.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Sherria, I enjoyed working with you very much. You are such a nice person and you can even see your warmth in these pictures. Thank you for sharing!
Sherria asked me to create a set for her using silver satin with magenta accents. We worked together to come up with her own custom ring pillow and flower girl basket set. I also had the privilege of making the flower for her hair.
Here is the flower girl and she is so elegant and poised. The magenta dress with the light silver accent sash just pops and brings the whole look together. She even has a coordinating bracelet!
Oh he is BEAMING! What a handsome little gentleman. Could this picture be any cuter? I submit that it can not. His smile is truly contagious and wonderful!
Here we have the rings.
So for the finale I present this last image. I am in love with this photo. The festive energy and composition just intrigues me. You can imagine the event and the laughter. I think it is a beautiful snapshot of a moment in life that goes by in a flash but is planned for so extensively. Sherria thank you again for allowing this little peek into such an intimate event. -Marie
This pillow features hand sewn rhinestone and pearl trim. This is exclusive to Emici Bridal. If you are interested in learning more about this pillow click here.
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
You can special order this sash in other colors or you can order this one by clicking here.
Here the peacock feather pin is shown as a necklace but it can be so much more... It can be a belt, hair accessory or even a wrap bracelet. You can view more here.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Perhaps in myself I have created a monster. When I look at my studio it is packed like a candy store and I am the kid. My various projects in different stages stare back at me. I deem this one worthy and that one not. The ideas in my head flow too fast to remember but that is the way that it has always been. When I settle on a design concept I have to ask myself how to execute it properly and of course it must be perfect.
I have come to want to represent something special in the bridal business. When you hold a piece of art in your hands and you know that it is unique. That is what this new creation will be. An heirloom that can be kept forever as a remembrance. Artful and bold.