I worked with bride Emma to create a bespoke antique blush pink hydrangea headband to wear with her veil, based on one of my headpieces she had bought from the bridal boutique The Wedding Club. She wanted the same flowers, but a larger and fuller design for a bigger impact. Ultimately she decided to return to the original headband as the proportions worked better with her dress and hairstyle.
Bride-to-be Rebecca contacted me after seeing my floral fashion on my Etsy shop to ask if I could maker her a bespoke bridal headpiece using red, burgundy and purple flowers.
Charlotte bought a beautiful floral dress from Dolce & Gabbana featuring a blue and purple hydrangea print for her best friend's wedding. She had struggled to find floral combs that matched and contacted me to see if it was something I could help with
Bride Sabina commissioned me to make her a faux flower headband for her wedding day, as she was travelling to Italy to get married and needed something she could pack in a suitcase and that would look fresh all day.
I made fashion & lifestyle blogger Nathan AKA 'The Rollinson London' a bespoke faux floral pocket square, which he modelled in style at the V&A museum. I used ivory roses, deep blue delphiniums and pale blue hydrangeas.
Georgina Horne, AKA successful model and blogger, Fuller Figger Bust has modelled some of my floral fashion headpieces for stockist Edith & Winston bridal wear for the boutiques fashion shoots. She looks so stunning in them I decided to make a bespoke flower crown.
Bride Vicky wanted to wear a floral headpiece for her wedding and had seen one of my hydrangea crowns that she liked, but she wanted to change the colours to compliment her beautiful pink hair and the bridesmaids dresses.