Monday, July 19, 2010


This post will be dedicated to some of what is new at Emici Bridal and also an upcoming sneak peek at a future offering. Above is the Mariposa Flower in white silk taffeta and organza. It's made as a bridal hairclip but could also be a brooch on a sash. This is a new technique for me that I have not done before. For the sneak peek, plans have already hatched in my head concerning this style so be on the lookout for more colors and some pretty varied pairings coming soon!

The Catala Bloom bridal sash in off white. I am pretty obsessed with these flowers and I don't think that it will subside very soon. It's just too easy to get lost in the ruffled petals!

When one is good, many must be great! I present to you the Catala Bloom Bridal Bouquet in ivory silk dupioni. This bouquet is completely handmade with silk dupioni flowers centered with rhinestones. These bouquets can be ordered in just about any color. Each silk flower has its own stem that is bendable to any direction and covered in green silk. This bouquet can be taken apart if desired so the possibilities for these flowers in really endless.

Here you can see what it looks like in off white silk dupioni.

A larger off white Catala Bloom Bridal Bouquet. Creating these flowers is very time consuming but the results are pretty fantastic. It will also last forever so this makes a great keepsake that can be enjoyed for years to come. I can imagine an heirloom brooch added to this on a pick for a personal family touch.

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