For the November/December issue of Brides magazine, Bryony Toogood styled my flower crowns in an etherial fashion shoot called Terms of Adornment. The photography is by Ed Miles.
Stylist Peta Hunt and photographer Jason Moore created a fabulous floral themed editorial called 'no shrinking violet' for the May/June 2018 issue of You & Your Wedding. The concept of head to toe florals for the alternative bride featured a my floral headbands, a crown and corsages.
A fun bride wears my Sienna veiling bow & hydrangea headband with a stunning Viktor and Rolf dress, while her groom refuses to be upstaged in a Dolce and Gabbana suit. Photographer Ed Miles, also captures my Georgie floral headband on a mother of the bride, a modern take on millinery for the mother's big day.
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.
Sarah Kate Byrne styled presenter Francesca Cumani for ITV Sport in a Clea Broad 'Elizabeth' headband at York Races.
Photographer Izzy Hudgins shot the Georgia wedding of Emily and Jono and the bride was wearing one of my silk hydrangea flower headbands. I love the way the traditional white colour of the headpiece and Alice Temperley dress work with the beautiful bright coloured summer flowers.
I was asked by stylist Joanna Femmi-Ola to create some bespoke faux floral headpiece for the vintage girl group The Tootsie Rollers to wear to Ladies Day at Royal Ascot. It was such a fun brief, red flowers, gold crowns, and pearls, inspired by Dolce & Gabbana. The Tootsies looked incredible and they got lots of press, featuring in The Guardian, The Times, The Evening Standard and The Metro newspapers and the Daily Mail online.